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Category Archives: Recipes

Valentine’s Meal For Two

As the most romantic day of the year approaches, we get ready to take plenty of orders on all our different produce. Many people tend to cook a meal rather than go out to a busy restaurant and face a two hour wait for food! At Graig Farm we have decided to help you out with giving you some inspiration … Continue reading

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Delicious Salmon & Leek Parcels

We all tend to change our eating habits after Christmas has come and gone, with many of us trying not to consume as much fat and eat more healthy. Here is a recipe suitable for anyone who is trying to improve their eating habits. Salmon and Leek parcels are a light meal which is quick and easy to rustle up. … Continue reading

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A Lamb Sunday Dinner

Everybody loves the traditional Beef, Chicken or Pork Sunday dinner, for many years it’s been the staple dish of choice for many families Sunday gathering. Conversely, it’s not too often you’ll find a family sitting down to eat a Lamb Sunday roast. For those who do enjoy lamb, however, we have a recipe for you to follow so you can … Continue reading

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Mother’s Gravy

It has to be said that home is where the gravy is. Good gravy can only come from the juices of meat. Pull the joint out of the pan. Pour the vegetable juices into the meat pan, roughly 1 pint of veg juices for 4 people. The majority of this stock should ideally come from the potatoes. Scrape the pan … Continue reading

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How To Cook Gammon For A Perfect Christmas Twist

Traditionally we serve turkey at Christmas but this year why not mix it up a bit by serving a delicious joint of gammon as a Christmas dinner twist. This mouth watering honey glazed recipe is perfect for our organic gammon joints, enjoyed as the main dish or an extra along with your traditional turkey. Ingredients Graig Farms Organic Gammon Joint (unsmoked) … Continue reading

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How to Make Delicious Pigs in Honey Blankets

As Christmas is on the horizon; just over six weeks away to be exact, we thought we would whet your appetite by telling you how to make the perfect pigs in honey blankets. Pigs in blankets are a delectable accompaniment to a traditional turkey dinner on Christmas day, but why not try drizzling honey over them for an irresistible sweet … Continue reading

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How To Cook The Perfect Chicken Dinner

As the weather begins to turn, the leaves fall off the trees, the winter jackets come out and we begin to look towards more wholesome, satisfying food and it doesn’t get much more satisfying than a traditional roast chicken dinner, for good reason! With crispy brown skin, juicy white meat accompanied by a range of delicious green vegetables it really … Continue reading

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How to cook the perfect Beef roast

Roast Beef is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most popular meals, up there with the all-time greats such as Fish & chips. However many people are scared away from cooking the meal, as they can see the task intimidating, but why?  Well, a quality piece of beef is not cheap, so everybody wants to make sure it comes out perfect! A … Continue reading

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Spiced Mutton with Apricots

Ingredients: 1 kg mutton shoulder chop or braising steak 250g/9oz organic, unsulphured dried apricots 2 tbsp olive or sunflower oil 3 cloves garlic, crushed 2 large onions, peeled and sliced 3 large carrots , peeled and cut into 2cm/¾in chunks 2 cinnamon sticks 2 tsp ground cumin 1 tbsp whole coriander seeds, lightly crushed 6 cardamom pods, lightly crushed a … Continue reading

Braised Mutton Chops with Cider and Root Vegetables

A great feast for six, this recipe is full of autumnal flavours. Try to find a dry cider made from a single variety of apple. Serve with a celeriac and potato puree and a glass of the cider. SERVES: 6 INGREDIENTS: 4 large mutton chops (or steaks). Remove any surplus fat. 2 leeks sliced into 1cm (0.5”) rounds 16 baby turnips 16 … Continue reading