The lime juice adds a kick to these easy and quick wraps.
Spiced beef was a favourite for hunt breakfasts and consequently is also known as ‘hunting’ or huntsman’s beef. It’s traditional to serve it cold, carved very thinly with pickles, bread and butter. It makes marvellous sandwiches.
This salad is quick and flavoursome – everything you could hope for from a light summer dish.
This cured beef fillet or sirloin requires marinating in a brine overnight, but is easy to prepare and has a wonderful fresh flavour for a summery lunch or supper to wow your guests.
This is an all-time favourite recipe. Hereford Beef mince seasoned, shaped into burgers and finished with slices of cheese. A fail-safe burger recipe for the barbecue.
An elegant spring or summer twist to the traditional Sunday roast, silverside, topside or sirloin joint marinated in rose wine and herbs and served with roasted garlic and red onions for a special family lunch.
This brisket joint is cooked very slowly in a low oven, with tomatoes, barbecue sauce, honey, Worcestershire sauce, stock and smoked paprika. We recommend serving it in a baguette with homemade cucumber and onion pickle or with creamy mash.
A great steak dish with a herb and paprika rub. Great for a mid week meal or at the weekend using sirloin, rib eye or rump steaks.
This simple roast beef recipe uses herbs that you may already have in your cupboard to provide a crispy coating for the beef. The pasta, asparagus and cherry tomato salad provides a wonderful accompaniment for a nice light roast meal.
Blue cheese works really well with beef. In this recipe we use it together with a fruity chutney on top of a steak and use roasted vegetables as an alternative to the classic steak and chips.