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Chateaubriand – 500g of 35-day matured grass-fed British beef, slowly braised sticky red cabbage, creamy garlic-scented dauphinoise potatoes and tenderstem broccoli.

Sticky toffee pudding - A classic British dessert consisting of a dark, dense sponge cake made with chopped dates, topped with a sweet toffee sauce.

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35-day matured grass-fed British chateaubriand (serves two, approx. 500g)


Chateaubriand: olive oil, garlic, rosemary

Red cabbage: cabbage, orange juice, butter, sherry vinegar (sulphur dioxide), redcurrant jelly, sugar


Tenderstem broccoli: salt and pepper, butter (milk)


Dauphinoise potatoes: salt and pepper, butter, oil, cream, milk, garlic, cheese


Sauce: red wine (sulphites), shallots, thyme, bay leaf, beef stock



Sticky toffee pudding


Sticky toffee pudding: butter (milk), eggs, plain flour (gluten), stoned dates, water, bicarbonate of soda, baking powder, vanilla extract


Sauce: double cream (milk), dark muscovado sugar, butter (milk), sugar


All our food is prepared in a kitchen where nuts, gluten and other allergens are present and our menu descriptions do not include all ingredients. If more information about allergens is required, please ask a member of the team. Occasionally we may need to substitute products if we are unable to source from our suppliers, thank you for your understanding.

35-day matured grass-fed British chateaubriand (serves two, approx. 500g)


Sulphur dioxide 

Milk 

Sulphites 


Sticky toffee pudding


Milk

Eggs

Gluten

35-day matured grass-fed British chateaubriand (serves two, approx. 500g)


Prep time

5 mins


Cooking time

25-30 mins


You will need

25cm deep roasting tray, kitchen paper, tin foil, sunflower oil, salt and pepper, small saucepan, heavy frying pan or skillet, butter, meat thermometer


Chef’s top tip

“Why not add rosemary and garlic to the roasting pan when cooking the joint? Any residual meat juices from the beef pan can be added to your gravy”.


Cooking instructions


  1. Remove joint from the packaging and allow to come to room temperature

  2. Preheat your oven to 180c/160c (fan) / gas mark 4

  3. Season joint generously with fine salt and pepper all over

  4. Remove the dauphinoise potatoes from the bag and place onto a baking tray / earthenware dish and place in the oven for 25-30 mins
  5. Heat 1 tbsp of sunflower oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat

  6. Place the joint into the pan and seal all sides of the joint, reduce the heat and add a very large knob of butter (60g) and spoon the foaming butter over the joint until golden brown all over

  7. Place the sealed joint into a roasting tray and cook in the oven (12-15 mins for medium-rare). How do you like yours cooked? Check our cooking temperature guidelines below for use with your meat thermometer

  8. Pour the Bordelaise sauce into a medium saucepan and heat gently

  9. Remove the joint from the oven, loosely cover with tin foil and leave to rest for 8 minutes

  10. Take the bags that contain the broccoli and red cabbage and pierce the bag slightly and reheat in your microwave for 2-3 minutes each until hot, and leave to stand for 1 min, alternatively you can place the bag containing the vegetables into a pan of simmering water for 6-8 minutes until hot. (if using the water method do not pierce the bag)
  11. Carve the joint into 2cm slices and arrange onto warmed serving plates

  12. Serve the vegetables and potato either on a serving platter or onto individual plates

  13. Pour sauce into a serving jug and enjoy

  14. If you wish to heat up the food using another method that you feel more comfortable with then please use that method

Cooking temperature guidelines


Rare - 50°C (122°F)

Medium rare - 55°C (131°F)

Medium - 60°C (140°F)

Medium well - 65°C (149°F)

Well done - 70°C (158°F)


Sticky toffee pudding

 

Cooking time

1 min


Chef’s top tip

“Add a little flaked sea salt to the sauce for those salted caramel lovers. You can also add a special touch by garnishing with edible flowers from your garden or a fresh sprig of mint”.


Cooking instructions


  1. Remove the packaging from the sticky toffee pudding and place on a microwave safe serving bowl

  2. Heat for 30 secs - 1 min

  3. Leave to stand for one minute

  4. Snip the top off the toffee sauce and warm in the microwave for 30 secs - 1 min

  5. Pour the hot toffee sauce over the sticky toffee pudding and enjoy

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CB
05/16/2021
Colin B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Outstandingly good food

delectable meal, beautifully packed and easily prepared

05/18/2021
Hand Picked at Home

Thank you very much - the team are very happy you enjoyed it.

EM
04/26/2021
Elizabeth M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Wonderful Birthday treat!

Parcel arrived promptly, well-packaged and nicely cool with very clear instructions dutifully carried out resulting in a superb celebratory dinner much enjoyed. Congratulations Hand-Picked chefs!

04/26/2021
Hand Picked at Home

Elizabeth thank you very much for your superb review. Wish you all the best for your celebration and cannot wait to prepare you another meal soon.