Lean steak mince made from quality scotch beef, the perfect partner with mashed tatties or for making cottage pie, a tasty bolognese or your own meatballs! Mince is amazingly versatile and can be used to make many recipes.
Small – Serves 1
Regular – Serves 2
Medium – serves 3
Large – serves 4/5
Not suitable for microwave
Keep refridgerated and use by “use by date” on packaging.
Suitable for home freezing but ensure product is fully defrosted prior to cooking.
Oven: Preheat the oven to 190C/180C Fan/Gas 5. Put the beef mince in a colander and rinse under the cold tap to separate it into smaller pieces. Drain well and pat dry with kitchen paper. Transfer the mince to a roasting tray and roast for 35-60 minutes, or until completely crisp and golden-brown.
Frying: To get the best flavour from your minced beef, you should brown it slightly before you add it to your recipe. To brown / fry your mince take the following steps:
Add a dash of oil to a hot pan & add your mince
Stir to make sure the mince doesn’t stick to the pan and browns evenly
If too many juices escape, pour the mince into a strainer to remove liquid and then add just the mince back into the pan until it’s browned on the outside.
You can use the juices in your sauce as a stock, to add flavour./
Now, you can add your mince to whatever recipe you’d like.