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Do this slowly for 1 hr until thick and saucy and the mince is tender.
Carefully spoon the mince mixture into the leek centres (you may need to push it down using the end of a wooden spoon).
Joining Tesco in first place were the Essential Waitrose 6 Shortcrust Mince Pies, containing 7.6 grams of fat (2.4 grams saturated), 14.3 grams sugar, and 0.13 grams of salt.
Clothing, helmets, hats and gloves are abandoned to any spare space, tea is drunk, cakes, savouries and mince pies are eaten, tombola tickets bought, Christmas cards swapped, long lost friends reunited and stories of the past year, plans and aspirations for the following year are shared.
On average, a mince pie will provide you with more than a fifth of your daily sugar allowance while a serving of christmas pudding will contain 48 per cent of your recommended sugar intake.
The Cedar Tree Farm carvery on Ferry Road in Grangetown has a festive food fusion to end all culinary mash-ups - the Yorkshire pudding mince pie.
* All prices correct at time of going to press 6 Deluxe Luxury Mince Pies, PS1.35, Lidl The sprinkling of sugar gave them a glittery look and they were decorated with a simple star.
Linda Kianfar of Foodhaven Ltd said: "It was just a very, very good mince pie."
Crank up the heat to maximum and add the aubergine and both types of mince. Fry the ingredients over the high heat, stirring occasionally for a few minutes, breaking up the mince with a wooden spoon.
In fact, if you don't want to use two types of mince, simply use one or the other.