this dish went through about 10 different incarnations in my mind before i started making it - it was going to be mini shepherds pies for a while there!!
anyway, i think it could have been improved but it was a hit with everyone so i'm noting it down for the future :)
you could do this thermomix or non-tmx.
2 medium orange sweet potatoes / kumara, steamed or microwaved until just cooked then peeled and roughly chopped
a few rashers bacon, roughly chopped
(1 onion, quartered. i didn't have any)
garlic to suit your taste - i used about 4 cloves
chop in tmx for a few seconds on 6, scrape down sides and do a few more seconds if needed
cook for 2 minutes on 100' speed 2
1 large head brocolli, roughly chopped (or 1 pkt spinach, you'd add this at the end though)
chop for a few seconds on speed 6
cook for 2 minutes on 100' speed 3-4
remove bacon / broccoli mix from tmx
make white sauce as per tmx book (less milk - 400ml milk - i used skim - 50g flour, 30g butter, 1/2 tspn salt but instead of nutmeg add a little ground cumin and coriander) also add in sweet potato before cooking.
cooked chicken, most of a BBQ chook or 2 breasts or whatever you have, diced
1 tin kidney beans, drained
(jalepeno peppers, to taste, chopped finely)
mix the broccoli / bacon mix, chicken and beans with the sweet potato sauce (i did this in the tmx but i don't really recommend it, there was too much and it ended up nearly pureed as a result)
put 3-4 spoonfuls into a tortilla of your choice, roll up and place in greased oven dish (i used a lasagne dish)
when finished pour some salsa or passata (with spices would be good, but i couldn't be bothered) over the top then top with grated tasty cheese
bake until cheese is slightly browned.
sorry for the shocking recipe writing, i am just so lazy atm...