OUR FARM SHOP RECIPES

Aberdeen Angus Meatballs with fresh Tomato Sauce

Aberdeen Angus Meatballs with fresh Tomato Sauce

Ingredients Pasta sauce:2tbsp olive oil1 onion, chopped finely1 carrot, chopped finely2 celery sticks, chopped finely2 garlic cloves, crushed2tsp dried Italian mixed herbs600g British vine tomatoes, roughly chopped300ml vegetable stock2tsp balsamic vinegar1tsp caster...

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Lasagne

Lasagne

You will need 500g mince beef 2 carrots 2 sticks of celery 3 cloves garlic 2 long shallots Fresh thyme parsley Glug of olive oil Beef stock cube, l I use the Knorr stock pot range   Litre of passata or two tins of tomatoes blitzed 50g tomato puree   50g...

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Pork Loin Steaks with warm Slaw

Pork Loin Steaks with warm Slaw

You will need Serves 4 For the brine: 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon salt 300ml water 2 tablespoons olive oil For the pork: 4 boneless fossil farm pork loin steaks   For the salad: ¼ white cabbage, very finely sliced ¼ red cabbage, very finely slice 1 large carrot,...

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Classic Beef Wellington

Classic Beef Wellington

You will need to allow a few hours for prep and basic stages for this dish, but the results are well worth it. Beef Fillet Season the beef fillet thoroughly with salt and pepper. Heat the oil in a large frying pan on a medium heat and, once the pan is nice and hot,...

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BBQ top tips

BBQ top tips

BBQ top tips   We all love a BBQ but to BBQ properly there are some definite must do rules to abide by!! In the UK, charcoal is usually bought in a rush from a petrol station car park as soon as the sun peeks its head around a cloud. But being prepared can make a...

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Irish Stew

Irish Stew

Method In a hot saucepan sear the diced lamb browning well. Then place in a casserole dish Add ¾ of diced potato, the sliced leek, and the onion and the stock, and place a tight-fitting lid on top then place inside the oven and cook for 1 hr. After the time is up add...

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Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie

You will need Sweet pastry 100g of butter 75g of caster sugar 1 free-range egg 230g of plain flour 1 pinch of salt Lemon curd 5 lemons 50g of cornflour 6 egg yolks free-range  200g of caster sugar 150g of butter Meringue  6 egg whites 300g of caster sugar Method For...

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Roast Lamb Cooking Times

Roast Lamb Cooking Times

Lamb roasting guide   Remember to remove your lamb joint out of the packaging, pat dry and bring to room temperature Preheat your oven to 200.c temperature fan assisted or 215.c without a fan Make small incisions in the meat and these can be stuffed with garlic cloves...

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Roast Pork Cooking Times

Roast Pork Cooking Times

Pork Roasting guide    Pork - for perfect crackling always start off in a hot oven until the fat is starting to crisp then turn down the heat without opening the oven door, top tip do not baste the meat as it will not turn into crackling. Slow roasting pork...

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Roast Beef Cooking times

Roast Beef Cooking times

Beef Roasting    Remove your joint from the packaging, pat dry & bring to room temperature. Preheat your oven to 210°C for fan assisted or 230°C for ovens without a fan (gas 8). Choose a large, heavy-based roasting tray, preferably one with deep sides  Season...

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How to cook a Sunday Roast

Let’s cook -  Mothering Sunday Roasting of the meat Always allow the meat to come up to room temperature, season well and brown off on top of the stove or in a very hot oven, this stage is important this caramelisation add tremendous flavour. If you are cooking pork...

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Flat Iron Sandwhich

Flat Iron Sandwhich

Flat iron steak open sandwich We all love a sandwich, sarnie, bap! but here’s our ultimate steak version that you’ll love 1 x 170g flat iron steak Sour dough Closed cup mushrooms Cherry vine tomatoes Sweet mustard ketchup Un wrap the steaks and allow to come to room...

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Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday Shrove Tuesday or Pancake day is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday. Lent – the 40 days leading up to Easter – was traditionally a time of fasting and on Shrove Tuesday, Anglo-Saxon Christians went to confession and were...

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Cooking the perfect Steak

Cooking the perfect Steak

Cooking tips  From blue to well done …its your choice Always allow the meat to come up to room temperature, this should take about 10-15 minutes, and you ideally want to cook in a heavy based frying pan and place on the heat until gently smoking. Make sure that the...

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Fish pie with mustard mash and tartare crust

Fish pie with mustard mash and tartare crust

You will need 1x 500g fish pie mix 60g butter 50g plain flour 1 litre of milk 200ml creme fraiche 1kg Maris Piper potatoes peeled and cut into even pieces 1 leek finely sliced Grain mustard 1 lemon Splash of Pernod or Dry sherry Bay leaf Star anise 1 banana shallot...

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Diced Beef Curry

Diced Beef Curry

You will need 500g Diced beef 2 tablespoons rapeseed or sunflower oil 2 medium onions, peeled and sliced 2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed 1 x 2.5cm piece fresh root ginger, peeled and finely chopped or grated 1 teaspoon ground turmeric 2 teaspoons Garam Masala 1...

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Festive recipe suggestions

Festive recipe suggestions

Be thrifty with your Christmas leftovers and not just for sandwiches!! We have some tasty recipe suggestions to help you out .   Leftover roast turkey pie with chestnut mushrooms, leeks and crème fraiche with a spoonful of Dijon mustard and a splash of dry sherry...

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Pheasant Satay

Pheasant Satay

With British game week coming up, why not try our delicious Pheasant Satay recipe. Perfect as a main or for sharing!

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Super Summer Smoothies

Super Summer Smoothies

With it being the children’s school holidays you may like to try our spectacular smoothie recipes to get them eating more fruit, but feel free to swap out or add anything you know they’ll love. Colourful straws are a great addition!

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