• 2 hours 15 mins (incl prep)
  • 4 Portions
  • Main
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Fillet of beef
650g of beef fillet
2g pepper
1 tb.sp vegetable oil
5g unsalted butter

Pomme Anna
4 Maris Piper potatoes
40g of unsalted butter
2g salt
2g pepper
1tb.sp vegetable oil

Mushroom purée
500g of wild mushrooms
40g of single cream
1 tb.sp vegetable oil

1 celeriac
2g salt
1tb. Sp vegetable oil

100g of chantenay carrots
1 sprig thyme
2g pepper

To serve
100g of trompette mushrooms, washed and dried
5g unsalted butter
180ml CHEF® Red Wine Sauce


  1. Preheat the oven to 165°C/gas mark 3
  2. Make the Pomme Anna a day in advance. Peel the potatoes and slice as thinly as you can, then pour the melted butter on top and mix this well.
  3. Layer the sliced potatoes in a deep tray, seasoning each layer as you go. Once the tray is full, cover with foil and cook for 1 1/2 hours, or until the potatoes are cooked all the way through. Once cooked, place a tray on top that just fits into the larger tray and distribute weights on top. Leave overnight in the fridge to press and set.
  4. To prepare the beef, remove any fat from the fillet. Firmly and neatly tie butchers' string around the beef at 1/2cm intervals to hold the shape of the fillet. Cut into 150g portions and place each portion into a vaccum pac bag. Seal on full vacuum and cook in a water bath at 55°C for 30 minutes.
  5. Meanwhile, make the mushroom purée. Add enough oil to just cover the base of a large pan and place over a medium-high heat. Thinly slice and sauté the mushrooms until golden brown, then drain well to remove any excess oil. Return to the pan, then add the double cream.
  6. Bring to the boil, then remove from the heat and blitz until smooth. Set aside until it is ready to serve.
  7. Dice the celeriac into 1cm cubes and cook in salted, gently boiling water until tender for approximately 2-4 minutes. Drain from the water and dry well with kitchen cloth. Place a pan over a medium heat and add the oil. Once the oil is hot, colour the celeriac cubes until they are golden, adding the seasoning of salt. Set this aside until you are ready to serve.
  8. Peel the carrots and trim away the root. Fill a small saucepan up to two-thirds with water. Add the thyme and pepper and bring to a gentle boil. Add the carrots and cook until tender. Remove with a slotted spoon and season.
  9. Once the beef is cooked, remove from the bag, season with pepper and set aside. Heat the oil in a hot pan and brown evenly on all sides to generate a layer of caramelisation. Add the butter, heat it until it is foaming and use it to spoon over and baste the beef.
  10. Cut the pomme Anna into 1cm by 4cm portions, cutting across the grain of the potato. Colour it in a pan with vegetable oil and season with salt and pepper.
  11. Before serving, sauté the trompette mushrooms in a hot pan with the butter for 2-3 minutes and keep warm. Meanwhile, gently re-heat the CHEF® Red Wine Sauce in a pan.
  12. To serve, place a swipe of the warm mushroom purée in the centre of each plate, followed by the pomme Anna, celeriac, carrots and mushrooms. Finally, remove the string from each portion of beef before plating. Drizzle with the CHEF® Red Wine Sauce to serve.
  • 30 Mins
  • 20
  • Lunch
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500g Chicken breast

250g Charred corn

150g Coriander (chopped)

20 Delifrance feel good panini



  1. Defrost the panini at room temperature for 30 mins.
  2. Chop the chicken into cube size chunks.
  3. Marinate the chicken in jerk sauce overnight if possible however a couple of hours will do the job. Cook thoroughly and brush with additional jerk chicken sauce.
  4. Roughly chop the coriander.
  5. Slice the panini length-ways leaving the product with a hinge. Bar mark if required.
  6. Fill the panini with approximately 25g of chicken, 10g charred corn, 5g coriander.
  • 30 Mins
  • 20
  • Lunch
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100g Tomatoes

500g Grated mozzarella

50g Basil leaves

100g Tomato puree

20 Délifrance Feel Good panini


  1. Defrost the panini at room temperature for 30mins. Slice the panini in half and lay out onto a baking tray.
  2. Spread the panini with tomato puree, aiming for about 5g per Panini.
  3. Top evenly with about 25g grated Mozzarella. Slice 1 large tomato.
  4. Top with sliced tomatoes then toast in the oven until the cheese has melted and begun to caramelise.
  5. Once the cheese has melted and the panini is crisp, finish with basil leaves and serve.
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2 Grouse breasts

1 Chicken breast

2 Free range egg whites

200 ml Double cream

5g Candied sloes

20ml Sloe gin

20ml Golden caster sugar

20g Hazelnuts (toasted, peeled and crushed)

500g Freshly made pasta dough

1g Fresh thyme

1 Egg yolk

1g Fresh truffle shavings

10 ml White truffle oil

30g Parmesan shavings

3g Cracked black pepper

5g Shetland sea salt

100g Kale

20g Green pistachios

50ml  Olive oil

½ Lime

30g Unsalted Orkney butter


  1. Grouse Mousseline - Remove breasts, trim off sinew and check for buckshot, keeping as cold as possible. Blend with egg whites, cream and seasoning till smooth, pass and set covered in fridge.
  2. Candied Sloes - Make savoury syrup with gin, water, salt, sugar – not too sweet. Add sloes and cook till just before soft, infuse for an hour. Then remove, check flavour and dry, cut in ½
  3. Ravioli - Roll out pasta sheets as thinly as possible lightly dust with ’00 flour. Put mousseline in piping bag and pipe 12 onto sheets in portions.
  4. Add a few pieces of berries per portion, lightly brush edges with egg yolks.
  5. Cover with 2nd sheet, secure edges tightly and use cutter as per preference. Transfer onto a floured tray and reserve in fridge till ready to cook.
  6. Kale and Pesto - Wash, pick and dry kale. Reserve 1/3 for plating. Blanch the rest in well-seasoned boiling water.
  7. Refresh, drain well and blend with pistachios and olive oil. Season to taste and set aside.
  8. Truffle Dressing and Parmesan - Combine chopped truffle shavings with truffle oil and season. Make Parmesan shavings.
  9. Plating - Blanch kale in salted boiling water, then add to pan with lime juice and butter. Add splash oil to remainder boiling water and cook the ravioli.
  10. In the meantime, lightly dress baby leafs with little dressing.
  11. Place drained kale at base of plate, then add the ravioli. Dress with crushed toasted hazelnuts and pesto.
  12. Add leafs and drizzle more truffle dressing over. Finish with shavings of parmesan.
  • 30 Mins
  • 20
  • Lunch
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600g Wafer thin roasted ham

300g Emmental Cheese

20 Délifrance Feel good panini.


  1. Defrost the panini at room temperature for 30 mins.
  2. Slice the Emmental cheese into good size slices approximately 15g in weight.
  3. Slice your Feel Good panini down the length of the product, leaving a hinge.
  4. Fill the panni first with 30g wafer thin roast ham followed by 15g of cheese.
  5. Toast and serve.
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1 Aubergines

4 Spring onion

2 Courgettes

2 Plum tomatoes

1 Yellow pepper

1 Red pepper

1 Green pepper

1 Lemon

1g Ginger fresh

5g Garlic

2  Bay leafs

1 Clove

½ Star anise

5 Mustard seeds

5 White peppercorns

2 Cardamom pods

1 Orange

½ Banana shallot

5g Micro cress mix

4g Sea salt

30g Heather honey

15ml Sloe gin

5g Blackthorn berries / sloe if available

45g Golden caster sugar

15ml Organic apple cider vinegar

45ml Extra virgin olive oil


  1. Vegetables - Wash, dry and prepare vegetables. Lightly char-grill or griddle, little longer for aubergines. Set aside on pickling tray. Blanch, refresh, peel and deseed tomatoes, slice and add
  2. Pickle - Combine ½ the sugar, vinegar, bay leafs, clove, star anis, cardamom, mustard seeds and ginger. Set over low heat, add sliced garlic and bring to start of boiling point. Take off heat, cover tightly and allow to infuse. When slightly cooled down, pour over vegetables and cover till ready to use.
  3. Lemon Confit - Peel thin lemon rind and remove pith. Wash well and dry. In very slightly seasoned water, boil rapidly till almost translucent. Separately, with lemon juice, sugar and few slices of shallots, prepare confit base. Boil, then add in blanched lemon rind, take off heat and rest covered for 1 hour (longer if possible will give better result)
  4. Sloe Glaze - Combine gin, 15ml water, remainder sugar, crushed white peppercorns and berries. Boil till syrup consistency, keep warm covered.
  5. Shallot Dressing - Combine honey, orange juice, seasoning and extra virgin olive oil. Whisk into finely chopped shallot.
  6. Cress - Pick, wash, drain and dry. Set aside.
  7. Plating - Warm vegetables and lemon through in a moderately heated oven. Drain from pickle, confit juice and place in centre of bowl. Brush with warm sloe glaze, do not add berries. Lavishly dress with Shallot Dressing. Finish with picked cresses.
  • 45 Minutes
  • 4 Portions
  • Main
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For the Vegetables
8 Garlic clothes (skin on)
4 Rosemary sprigs
1 Turnip
1 Swede
1 Carrot
2 Celery sticks
1 Celeriac
1 Parsnip

For the Shepherd’s pue
100ml Lamb stock
200g Minced lamb
2 Potatoes (mashed)
4 Thyme sprigs
1 Onion
1 Carrot
50g Peas

For the Garnish
4 Redcurrant sprigs
200 ml Lamb jus


  1. For the shepherd's pie - finely dice the onion and carrot, sweat in a little olive oil, add the minced lamb and season. Add the lamb stock and peas, cook for 10 minutes.
  2. Grease a small tian ring, half fill each ring with the mixture. Pipe mashed potato on top and garnish with a sprig of thyme. Place in a medium hot oven for 10 minutes until the mashed potato is golden brown.
  3. Peel all the vegetables and cut each vegetable into different shapes. Blanch separately in boiling water. Roast all of the vegetables in a little olive oil and butter with garlic cloves and rosemary sprigs.
  4. Season the lamb and seal in a pan on both sides with a little olive oil. Place in a warm oven for around 8 minutes or until the lamb is cooked to your taste.
  5. To serve - Place the shepherd's pie at the top of the plate, carefully removing the tian ring. Add a selection of the roasted vegetables at the bottom of the plate.
  6. Slice into each lamb loin into 12 pieces. Place 6 slices of lamb on top of the root vegetables. Warm the redcurrants up in the lamb jus. Once warm, place on top of the lamb loin. Pour a little jus around the lamb and shepherd's pie.
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1 1/4   kg Jam
1 1/2   kg Apples (roughly chopped)
1 1/2   kg Sloes

Ratio of sugar: juice 600ml juice to 450g sugar.


  1. Place the chopped apples and the sloes in separate pans, cover with water and simmer until tender
  2. Strain the juice from each pan and measure separately.
  3. Put equal amounts of apple and sloe juice in a preserving pan, add the sugar until dissolved and then boil rapidly until it reaches setting point.
  4. Pour into warm sterilised jars. For a richer recipe, use the sloes when you strain the gin!
  • 30 Mins
  • 20
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  1. Defrost the panini at room temperature for 30 mins.
  2. Slice the aubergine and peppers into strips and bar mark in an oven or on the panini grill.
  3. Strain the feta cubes so they are ready to crumble.
  4. Bar mark your Feel Good Panini.
  5. Slice the feel good panini length-ways leaving the product with a hinge.
  6. Fill the panini with approximately 35g of bar marked pepper and aubergine mix. Dress with freshly crumbled Feta and parsley.
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Sloe Gin :
450g Sloes
225g Caster sugar
1 lt Gin

Sloe Gin Martini :
All ingredients above
15ml Vermough
Angostura bitters
Lemon peel for garnish


  1. To make Sloe Gin - Prick the skins all over with a clean needle and put in a large sterilised jar or bottle.
  2. Pour in the sugar and the gin, seal the container, shake well and then store in a cool, dark cupboard.
  3. For best results shake every other day the first week and then one a week for two months.
  4. To make Sloe Gin Martini - add 15ml vermouth to 70ml Sloe gin and Angostura bitters. Then Garnish with lemon peel.
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  • 150 g 2 Raw Turkey Slices
  • 4 Rashers of Country Range Bacon
  • 50 g Country Range Sage and Onion Stuffing (Ready Mixed)
  • A pinch of Country Range Sage


  1. Take your two even slices of turkey breast, lay between cling film and bat them both out to an even size.
  2. Place 2 rashers of Country Range Bacon onto some clean clingfilm, and place one turkey slice on top of the bacon.
  3. Make the stuffing as per the instructions on the pack. Place the stuffing in the middle of the turkey from one end to the other in a cylinder.
  4. Roll up until the roulade is like a thick sausage.
  5. Cook at 200°C for 20-25 minutes until 75°C
  6. Serve with Brussels sprouts, crispy roast potatoes and a red wine jus.
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For the Chicken
8 Country Range Chicken Breast inner fillets
50g chunky peanut butter
100ml Country Range Coconut Milk
50ml Country Range Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce
1/2 tsp Country Range Ginger
1/4 tsp Country Range Coriander Seeds, crushed

For the sauce
50g chunky peanut butter
100ml Country Range Coconut Milk
Juice 1 lime
100 ml Country Range Chicken Bouillon
1/4 tsp Country Range Turmeric
1/4 tsp Country Range Garlic Purée
Small handful chopped coriander

For the vegetables
2 baby pak choi, cut in half
6 baby corn, cut in half
6 tender stem broccoli
2 spring onion
1/2 carrot
8 mange tout
10ml Country Range Olive-Pomace Oil
10ml sesame oil
Pinch Country Range Sesame Seeds


  1. Marinade the chicken in everything except the Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce.
  2. Grill for three minutes each side
  3. Baste with the Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce and grill for one more minute. Keep hot.
  4. Warm the sauce ingredients
  5. Gently stir fry the vegetables in the oil. Remove from the heat and add the sesame oil.
  6. Dress a warm plate as per the photo.
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Country Range Deep Filled Mince Pies
Country Range Cranberry Sauce
Country Range Hazelnuts

For the meringue
1 egg white
60g caster sugar
Zest of 1 mandarin


  1. Compress 2 mince pies into 2 small tart rings.
  2. Spread with a spoonful of cranberry sauce, then a spoonful of chopped hazelnuts.
  3. Make the meringue and top each tart with the meringue to nice peaks.
  4. Bake them in the oven for 5 minutes at 180°C.
  5. Serve warm with cream and a grating of mandarin zest.
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100g Sloes

1 kg Cooking apples (roughly chopped)

125g Caster sugar


  1. Put the apples and sloes in a pan with about 150ml water – cook until reduced to a pulp.
  2. Put the contents through a sieve to form a purée.
  3. Put the sugar in a pan with about 150ml water and heat until the sugar dissolves.
  4. Add the purée, cool, chill and put in an ice-cream machine and semi-set before putting in the freezer.
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For the Lamb
375g Lamb Loin
Curry Spices
300g Shoulder
Curry Paste
300g Neck Fillet
120g Sweetbreads

Onion Bhaji
100g Shallots (finely sliced)
1 Green Chilli
8g Ginger (finely chopped)
1tsp Curry Powder
35 Garam Flour
5g Coriander & Mint (chopped)

Cauliflower & Coconut Puree
400g Cauliflower – finely chopped
200ml Coconut Milk
200ml Milk
50ml Natural Yogurt

Confit Potato
2 King Edwards
60g Butter
1tsp Curry Spices

Almonds & Coconut
Purple Shiso


  1. Lamb: 375gLamb Loin – trimmed with fat on / rub with curry spices, 56˚c 60 mins / pan fry for 5 minutes baste with butter
  2. 300g Shoulder – braise for 4 hours @ 150˚c with curry paste & lamb jus remove and press overnight between two trays, when set cut into 8cm x 4cm rectangle & pan fry until crispy
  3. 300g Neck Fillet – braised in cumin scented lamb stock for 4 hours @ 150˚c then roll / reheat in lamb jus
  4. 120g Sweetbreads – soaked, blanch in chicken stock, remove membrane, panè in curry spiced flour, pan fry
  5. Onion Bhaji: Mix ingredients with a little water to form a paste thick enough to hold its shape, form into small balls and fry in hot oil until golden brown.
  6. Cauliflower & Coconut Puree: Bring to a boil then cover and simmer until cauliflower is soft, blitz until smooth add yoghurt pass and keep warm until required.
  7. Confit potato: Place all ingredients into a vac pac bag seal and cook sous vide at 78˚c for 90 minutes, remove from bag and pan fry until golden brown.
  8. Cumin Jus: Reserve cooking liquor from shoulder & neck, pass and reduce to correct consistency.
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A 2-2.5kg shoulder of lamb
3 tbsp olive oil
3 fat cloves of garlic, chopped
A large onion, roughly chopped
Half a bottle of reasonable red wine
2 cooking chorizo sausages, or half a chorizo ring, sliced
2 pints of chicken stock (from cube is fine)
2 tbsp brown sugar
Salt and pepper
Pouring honey


  1. Heat the oven to 170°C.
  2. Meanwhile heat a deep roasting tin big enough to take the whole shoulder of lamb, on the stove top. Pour in the olive oil. Season the lamb shoulder liberally with salt and pepper, and brown on all sides. This is a lengthy job and will require you to stand over it, tipping the piece of meat this way and that with tongs to make sure it’s as well browned as possible. Don’t be too obsessive. Just some colour is good. When done, remove from the roasting tin to a plate.
  3. Add the onion and the chorizo and cook until it’s caramelised, and then the garlic and cook for a minute more.
  4. Deglaze with the red wine, scraping away at any bits on the bottom. Boil on a high heat for two minutes to burn off the alcohol.
  5. Top up with the chicken stock, throw in the brown sugar and stir.
  6. Return the lamb shoulder to the pan. The liquor should at least cover it by half. If it’s a particularly square, deep piece, add another pint of stock.
  7. Cover the whole tin with foil and place in the oven for four hours.
  8. Check it’s cooked by sticking two forks into the meat and pulling them apart. The meat should come away easily. If not return to the oven for another half an hour.
  9. Carefully strain the liquor into a pan, and begin to reduce over a moderate heat. Reduce by two thirds. Adjust seasoning to taste. You now have your gravy. Indeed, you’ll have far too much. I suggest you freeze some for another day and another dish.
  10. Meanwhile – drizzle the lamb with the runny honey. Turn the oven on to grill, and return the meat to the oven, basting with any honey that dribbles off every five minutes. After ten minutes it should be dark and sticky.
  11. Sprinkle with flaky sea salt and rest for a good 20 minutes.
  • 50 Mins incl prep
  • 6 portions
  • Lunch, Main, On the Go, Side Dish
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Country Range Panko breadcrumbs

1 Cauliflower

125g Country Range Salted buter

1 tbsp Country Range Capers

2 Free range eggs

1 tbsp Chopped parsley

1 Lemon (zest)


  1. Cut the cauliflower into 6 even sized wedges
  2. In a frying pan melt the butter until it foams and is nut brown
  3. Add the breadcrumbs, capers, chopped parsley and lemon zest
  4. Season with salt and pepper and keep to one side
  5. Hard boil the eggs for 8 mins, cool and grate with a medium cheese grater
  6. Add this to the bread crumbs
  7. Char grill the cauliflower for 5 mins each side, brush with butter, place in a baking tray and sprinkle the top with the breadcrumb mix
  8. Bake for 10 mins
  9. Serve immediately
  • 45 mins incl prep
  • 12
  • Dessert
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140g Country Range Vegetable Oil

1/2 tsp Country Range Cinnamon

3 tsp Country Range Baking Powder

150g Country Range dried mixed fruit

240g Caster Sugar

6 tbsp Country Range Aquafaba (Chickpea Water)

1 tbsp Country Range Sunflower Seeds (Chopped)

200g Gluten free Self Raising Flower

200g Grated Carrots


1 can Country Range Coconut Milk (solid only)

100 g Icing Sugar

1ea Zest of orange

1 tsp Country Range Sunflower Seeds (chopped)


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C
  2. Whisk the oil, chick pea water (aquafaba) and sugar until the mixture is like mayonnaise. Gently fold the carrot into the cake batter, then stir in the flour, baking powder, spices, chopped sunflower seeds and mixed dried fruit.
  3. Fill some muffin cups and bake for 12-15 mins. Test with a cocktail stick and If it comes out clean, it's ready to take out of the oven. If it comes out a little gooey, leave in for another few mins and then cool
  4. Meanwhile, whip together the solid part of a chilled can of coconut milk, icing and zest of 1 orange.
  5. Once cakes are cool, pipe or spread with frosting and finish with chopped sunflower seeds