This rich and incredibly moreish stew has just three key ingredients, which come together to create a truly sumptuous dish. Don’t be put off by the time it needs on the hob. It couldn’t be simpler to make, and once everything is cooking you won’t need to do anything other than let it bubble gently in the background. In place of chicken, you could also use duck.
A delicious combination of tender hare loin skewered with salty halloumi and folded bacon strips, sweetened with orange juice.Grilled over hot coals, these skewers make a quick and easy BBQ dish and are packed with flavour.
Try these succulent lamb burgers with chickpeas and Middle Eastern flavours plus mango chutney for an added twist!. Serve with a delicious fresh pea houmous. Recipe supplied by Ali Imdad in association with Simply Beef and Lamb.
There's something truly special about the taste of a whole venison joint fresh off the barbecue. This recipe keeps it simple with an overnight marinade, a straightforward salt-pepper-garlic rub, and a foolproof lid-down barbecuing technique to ensure juicy, tender results.
Marinate a joint of grass-fed beef in a fruity rosé with rosemary, bay and garlic before roasting. Served with new potatoes and seasonal vegetables, it’s a delicious Sunday roast to share with friends or family in spring or summer.
Sumac is an incredibly versatile Middle Eastern spice with a tangy lemony taste. It pairs perfectly with full-flavoured Sutton Hoo chicken as well as game, lamb, fish and vegetables. Here, its incredible flavour creates a mouthwatering marinade, but you can also use it for dry rubs and dressings, as well as a condiment alongside salt and pepper.
Simmer grass-fed diced beef in a spicy mix of Madras curry paste, coconut milk and aromatics to enjoy big, mouthwatering flavours. Enjoy as a Friday night feast with the family or serve with vegetable sides and naan bread at a dinner party.
The fruity flavours of this one-pan dish are the perfect partners for wild duck. Sweet, sour and utterly moreish, it’s simple to prepare while never failing to impress – making it an ideal choice for dinner parties.
Lean full-flavoured venison is braised slowly with duck or goose fat and wild boar bacon in this wild version of the classic French dish created by Hannah from Herbs and Wild. Surprisingly easy to make, it’s superb as a starter or lunch with sourdough toast.
Simmering lentils with bacon and aromatics infuses them with moreish flavours and makes them the perfect backdrop for tender pan-fried pheasant breasts with sautéed onions. Serve for a satisfying Sunday lunch or a well-deserved midweek treat.