Grass Fed Lamb Steak

A brilliant steak that has a satisfying bite Read more

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    100% GRASS FED
    3 WEEK HUNG
    NATIVE BREED
  • Standard Delivery (8am - 7pm, Tuesday - Friday) on orders over £70 is £2.95
    Standard Delivery (8am - 7pm, Tuesday - Friday) on orders under £70 is £5.95
    Standard Delivery Highlands & Islands (2 day service) is £14.95
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  • All meat is delivered frozen in insulated packaging specifically designed to keep your food safe in transit
  • Delivered in compostable and fully recyclable packaging

A beautifully straightforward cut of meat, the open-grained texture of our grass-fed lamb steak reflects the hard work this muscle has done and gives the steak a satisfying bite.

Our lamb is hung on the bone for at least three weeks, this creates a really special depth of flavour and proper texture. 

Lamb steaks weigh approximately 80g each.

Grass Fed Lamb

Take a hot pan and sear the steak on both sides until they colour, then turn the heat down to medium.

Cook on one side and keep a close eye to spot juices starting to appear on the surface. As soon as they do, turn the steak over, and cook until juices just start to appear.

As soon as they do, remove from heat and rest at room temperature.

Warm Winter Lamb Salad with Mint & Anchovy Dressing

Winter is the ideal time for a warm salad. Think of the dressing as a grown-up mint sauce, with plenty of briny depth from capers and anchovies – powerful but perfect.

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