Grass Fed Mutton Mince
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Why we love this
Our 100% Grass Fed Mutton Mince is taken from the leaner parts of the belly, neck and shoulder. We meticulously trim each cut to allow a good balance of fat to create proper character for your cooking. After a coarse grind through the mincer, our Grass Fed Mutton Mince is ready to be used as the perfect ingredient for so many hearty dishes.
We favour spiced North African flavours with our Grass Fed Mutton Mince, turning it into merguez sausages, burgers and koftas. For something more classic, our mutton mince makes an exceptional Shepherd's pie.
Our Grass Fed Mutton Mince has an exceptional depth of flavour, in part due to the life of the sheep, grazing pasture for at least three years, but also due to our method of hanging each animal on the bone for three weeks. The hanging allows the flavours to intensify, while the muscles to relax through maturation.
About our Grass Fed Mutton Mince
100% Grass Fed and Grass Finished
Native breed Swaledale and Exmoor Horn sheep
Reared in harmony with nature, nurturing conservation landscapes
Reared on small-scale family farms
Hung on the bone for 3 weeks
Prepared by hand by our skilled artisan butchers
Grass Fed Mutton
Finely dice an onion and cook down for five minutes.
Add the mutton mince to the pan and cook on a medium heat for five minutes.
To the pan add a tin of chopped tomato, a clove of garlic, a few springs of fresh thyme and a splash of miso or soy sauce.
Cook for 15 minutes and serve with buttery mash potato.
While totally unconventional this hearty little pie packs real flavour from just a few carefully chosen ingredients.
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