This Valentine's Day, why not treat your loved one to a delicious home-cooked meal using our range of farm-reared meat and poultry. All of the recipes mentioned in this blog post are sure to impress your loved one on the most romantic day of the year but won't be too much hassle to make. From a delicious chicken breast stuffed with herby mascarpone to a comforting and moreish spaghetti and meatballs recipe, for each of these recipes we have included a link to our meat that can be used to elevate your dish.

Spaghetti & Meatballs

A great meal idea for a cosy night in, these moreish meatballs are super easy to make. They are topped with a delicious simple to make tomato sauce and served with some spaghetti. Our sumptuous beef mince works perfectly for meatballs while the Aberdeen Angus flavour really stands out, providing a deep addition to any dish.

Chicken Stuffed with Herby Mascarpone

This super-quick and special recipe for two is bound to become a favourite. Our succulent chicken breast is sourced from a local farm, where they are free-range and slow grown. This provides a moist, lean breast that we provide with skin on for you to cook it how you choose.

Rump Steak with Chips

This recipe gives you an easy method for cooking a simple rump steak. Serve with golden brown chips for an indulgent dinner for two. From our Aberdeen Angus herd, our rump steaks are aged before going on sale to ensure they provide the very best flavour. A lovely treat for a Saturday night or special occasion, the flavour is undeniable.

Pan-Fried Venison with Sloe Gin & Plum Sauce

Splash out on some rich game meat for two, then serve seared to your liking with a deep fruity sauce. Create a quick and sumptuous meal by simply pan-searing our venison steak on each side, then pop it in the oven for 8 minutes before leaving it to rest.  

Rack of Lamb with New Potato, Onion & Thyme Gratin

Like French 'boulangère' potatoes, roasting your meat on top of your spuds means they soak up the flavoursome juices. Our tender rack of lamb is perfect for oven roasting and can be seasoned with rosemary, thyme, garlic, salt and fresh ground pepper.

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Post By Rosie Burnman

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