Your Top Recipes of 2018
2018 passed by in what seemed like a flash (in the pan), and to commemorate a huge year in beef and lamb, we took a look at the top 10 most-visited recipes on our website.
Over the course of the year, these were the most searched for, read, and desired beef and lamb recipes of 2018. We hope you enjoyed these recipes as much as we do - here’s to another year of cooking, eat and enjoying delicious beef and lamb.
These are quite possibly the tastiest, most amazing spaghetti and meatballs you'll ever eat . It’s no wonder this recipe held our number one spot.
Smothered in a rich gravy from the cooking juices, you’ll be in heaven with this pulled lamb shoulder. And the best part is, it’s dead simple to make.
Lasagne is one of the world’s most beloved meals, and for good reason; it’s tasty, rich, comforting soul food. Seemed to be one of your favourites too.
The classic cottage pie is sure to satisfy all hungry mouths. The Pie can be frozen and used within 3 months for an easy go-to meal.
Beef stroganoff is an all-time favourite dish! It's super easy and has such a depth of flavour, you'll be looking forward to dinner as soon as you turn on the slow cooker!
Set aside the knives and forks, these marinated ribs are finger licking good, and it looks like you guys thought so too!
Beef cheeks, when cooked long and slow result in tender, juicy and flavoursome beef. When paired with silky smooth polenta, doused in a rich sauce spliced with a little orange for freshness, you have a dish made in heaven.
We can’t think of a better family Sunday lunch or dinner than roast beef with all the trimmings -Yorkshire puddings, rich gravy and crispy roast potatoes.
Pies are the food of champions. If you make them yourself you know exactly what’s in them – fresh vegetables, the best-quality mince and delicious herbs.
These aubergines are filled with a delicious combination of lamb mince, onion, garlic, cumin, nutmeg and chilli flakes. The subtle, sweet flavour and soft texture of aubergine is the perfect casing for our lamb.