FRENCHED RIB OF BEEF

FRENCHED RIB OF BEEF

£25.00Price

30 DAY DRY-AGED FRENCH TRIMMED BEEF RIB

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    A real show stopper, our native breed rib of beef is marbled with fat and matured on the bone for 4 weeks. if you’re looking for an impressive feast let this take centre stage. with plenty of rich fat to keep ensure a beautiful softness with traditional flavour that you won’t forget.

    Dry-aged on the bone to four weeks to enhance both flavour and texture. Remove packaging, put on a roasting tray and straight into the oven.

    All our native breed beef is reared naturally so weights are not 100% accurate.

     

    1 Rib - 2 to 3 people

    2 Ribs - 3 to 6 People

    3 Ribs - 6 to 9 People 

    4 Ribs - 9 to 12 People

     

    Place your Rib in a roasting dish and pop it into a 220C oven for 20 minutes. Turn your oven down and roast for 30 minutes per kg. Rest for 15-20 minutes in a warm place before carving

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Once you get your meat home

Simply pop it into your fridge or freezer.
For best results use fresh meat within 3 days or freeze on day of purchase 
for up to 3 months.

Always thaw meat thoroughly before cooking and do not re-freeze once thawed.   

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Waghornes Butchers is a high quality butchers, supplying free range, farm reared meat and game. We also stock a wide variety of delicatessen product, locally baked pies and fresh Hobbs House Bread delivered daily. We pride ourselves on supplying the best quality produce from farm to table.

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