Meal planning keeps us on track as a family. It saves us money, keeps us away from the takeaway and helps us eat healthier meals too. Today I’m sharing the Meal Planning Linky Week #16. This linky is hosted by myself, Katykicker, and Naomi from The Organised Life Project. We LOVE meal planning and want to invite you to join us in sharing your meal plan and keeping yourself motivated.
Recently I was invited to London to #GetFussed and enjoy a 3-course lunch with lots of wonderful food bloggers. The purpose of the lunch was to help us all learn more about the new Arla fibre yogurt and also pick up some handy tips for improving our daily fibre intake.
As you can see the venue, and the table settings, were beautiful. I was really excited for the lunch and to learn more about Arla fibre yogurt at this time.
I love spending time in my kitchen trying out new recipes, batch cooking and trying to save my family money. For me cooking is relaxing, and a great way to look after our family budget. We like to spend no more than £200 a month on grocery shopping and on occasion we have even lived on £100 for a month – as we like a challenge! I’ve recently been sent a new food processor and I want to share with you 7 great uses for your food processor.
When the nights are still cold I really enjoy eating comfort food. Cooking a nice meal for my family is my way to de-stress after a long day as a parent. Sometimes I enjoy a face mask or a little self-care as a parent while I cook. Today I’m bringing you my ultimate onion gravy recipe! It takes minimal prep and it tastes delicious too!
Ingredients for my ultimate onion gravy recipe
1 large onion, sliced how you like it
1 tsp of sugar
15g of plain flour
350ml beef stock (fresh or from a stock cube is fine)
Method for my ultimate onion gravy recipe
Melt the butter in a saucepan or frying pan then add the onions in.
Cook for 1-2 minutes then sprinkle with the sugar.
Stir regularly while cooking on a medium heat for 10-15 minutes. You’ll know when the time is up as the onions will be soft and they will have caramelised thanks to the butter and sugar.
Sprinkle the flour over the onions. Give it a stir to ensure that all the onions are coated. Cook for a further 1-2 minutes.
Pour in your stock if using fresh. If you’re using a stock cube then save yourself some effort by crumbling the stock cube in and then measuring in the required water.
Bring the onion gravy to the boil. Reduce the heat to a simmer and allow the onion gravy to thicken up. Add a splash of Worcestershire sauce. If it needs a little more seasoning then add a grind of fresh black pepper.
That’s it! My ultimate onion gravy recipe! Hope you’ve enjoyed it!
Enjoyed this ultimate onion gravy recipe? Why not try some of my other recipes:
Airfryer roast potatoes
Chicken, filo & spinach pie
Salt & pepper chicken
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Being organised makes a HUGE difference in our day to day life. Every week, on a Sunday, I sit down and I work out what we are going to eat for the week and make a shopping list. My lovely husband does the shopping and then I look at the engagements we have on our calendar for the next week. Meal planning is a God send for us! Today I’m sharing the Meal Planning Linky Week #15. This linky is hosted by myself, Katykicker, and Naomi from The Organised Life Project. We LOVE meal planning and want to invite you to join us in sharing your meal plan and keeping yourself motivated.