Recipes

  • Perfect Pulled Pork

    Tuck into a classic perfect pulled pork recipie.

    Cooking Time: 360 mins

    Serves: 8

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  • Carving a Rib of Beef (on the bone)

    Need some tips on how to carve a rib of beef on the bone?

    1. Start by putting the cooked joint on a cutting board.

    beef-carving-1 2. Hold one end of the ribs and with your knife carefully begin to cut along the back of the ribs until they are removed from the joint.

    beef-carving-2 3. Remove any butcher's string or elasticated meat bands from the joint.

    beef-carving-3 4. Insert the carving fork into the joint to hold it firmly in place and with a smooth action, letting the knife do the work, cut into even slices.

    Or watch this handy video from Simply Beef and Lamb

    [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhL94GQvxqY[/embed]
  • Cooking your Whole Turkey

    Use the link below to go and visit the British Turkey Website's turkey cooking calculator for whole turkeys.

    Visit the British Turkey website for the Whole Turkey Cooking calculator - Go to the calculator 

  • Cooking Rolled Turkey Crown

    How to cook your Rolled Turkey Crown.

    We all know what to expect when buying a whole turkey, but there's an ever-growing choice of joints now available in butchers and supermarkets. The rolled turkey crown is becoming more and more popular year on year, for being economical, cheaper, with less waste than a whole turkey.

    These are ideal for smaller families who don't want a huge amount of leftovers – and indeed those with small ovens! Because these joints are normally much smaller than a whole turkey they will cook in no time – so don't make the mistake of overcooking them.

    If you follow the magic calculation – 20 mins for every kg + 70 minutes if the joint is under 4kg (or + 90 minutes if the bird is over 4kg) at 190°C (Fan 180°C) / 375°F / Gas Mark 5 - you will enjoy a succulent, tasty meal whichever joint you choose.
    Crowns are basically a whole turkey with the legs and wings removed to give you a joint of white breast meat off the bone. Quicker to cook, and easy to carve, many small families opt for a crown to avoid too many leftovers! Treat a crown exactly as you would a whole bird. You can sit the crown on a bed of stuffing or push flavoured butter under the skin. Or cover it in strips of bacon or herbs and butter before cooking. Weigh it with any stuffing before calculating cooking times.

  • Apple baked and glazed gammon

    Cooked in apple juice, cloves and herbs, this apple baked and glazed gammon recipe is a traditional dish that goes a long way.

    Serves: 6

    Cooking Time: 3-4 hours

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  • Roast Rump with Thai Spices

    A great beef roast featuring an unusual cut -a boneless rump roast. Great for all festive occasions, including Christmas. The joint is marinated in a delicious Thai-style marinade (containing sweet chilli sauce, lime zest, lemongrass, fresh ginger and a little oil). A great centre-piece.
    Serves: 6
    Prep Time: 15 mins
    Cooking Time:

    Rare: 20 minutes per 450g/1lb plus 20 minutes
    Medium: 25 minutes per 450g/1lb plus 25 minutes
    Well done: 30 minutes per 450g/1lb plus 30 minutes

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  • Bacon Topped British Turkey

    Try this great recipe for your dinner table this Christmas.

    Prep Time: 12 minutes

    Cooking Time: 86 minutes

    Serves: 4

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  • Gourmet Pork Sausages with Roasted Root Vegetable Chips

    Celebrate everything sausage with some great sausage recipes British Sausage Week 2015. This is a great, tasty, classic sausage dish by www.lovepork.co.uk

    Serves: 4
    Prep time: 30mins
    Cooking time: 30mins

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  • Beef Braised in Beer

    A family favourite, hearty slow cooked casserole for cold days. Beef braising or stewing cubes cooked with root vegetables and stout topped with herby dumplings.
    Serves: 6
    Perp Time: 20 minutes
    Cooking Time: 2hrs 30minutes

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  • Ultimate Bacon Cheese Toastie

    We love love a cheese toasties don't we! But what could make it even better?

    I hear you ask how can we make it better?! Well lets wrap it up in our dry cured smoked streaky bacon. Let the cheesy goodness ooze out over the bacon and finish with some nice chutney!

    Remember to send us you bacon sandwich photos on Facebook.

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