Guest Post: Pork mince rice bake recipe

Today on the blog I have a delicious recipe, thanks to Angela at The Life of Spicers. This is the sort of food we love to cook and eat – healthy, delicious and fairly simple, using store cupboard ingredients!

Pork Mince rice bake recipe

Mince is a staple ingredient in our house due to the cost and the variations you can create with just a pack of plain looking mince. My 7 year old doesn’t really enjoy eating it, but as it features on our meal plan at least once a week, I try to make it exciting and different for her each time.

With courgettes growing in the garden, I was planning on adding one to my mince and making a pasta bake. Once I had started cooking the mince however, I realised we didn’t have any pasta, so substituted for rice instead. So here we go with Pork Mince Rice Bake.


  • Pork mince
  • Tomato puree
  • Water / stock cube
  • Onion, chopped
  • Choice of vegetables, chopped. (I used courgette, green beans and mushrooms)
  • Garlic
  • Cooked brown rice
  • Grated cheese

Pork mince rice bake recipe


  • Brown the mince with onion and garlic
  • Add the stock or water mixed with tomato puree
  • Add the chopped vegetables
  • Allow to simmer whilst rice is cooking according to packet instructions
  • Drain rice
  • Add rice to pan with remaining ingredients, stir and transfer to an oven proof dish
  • Sprinkle with cheese and grill for ten minutes until melted.
  • Serve and enjoy!

Pork mince rice bake recipe

Doesn’t this look delicious? If you love the look of this pork rice bake, then why not also check out the burgers and meatballs that Angela has made recently?




  1. November 12, 2014 / 4:53 pm

    Sounds interesting, I’d have to come up with a substitution for the garlic onion and courgette though, but looks good. Would never have thought of using rice.

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