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FAMILY FAVES

Easy, everyday recipes the whole family will love

FEATURED RECIPES

We've hand-picked some of our favourite special occasion recipes for you

FEATURED RECIPES

Make beef and lamb the stars of your barbecue this summer with these tasty recipes.

FEATURED RECIPES

Roasting is one of the easiest cooking methods and these recipes for perfectly cooked beef and lamb are sure to impress.

FEATURED RECIPES

Be inspired with beef and lamb.

FEATURED RECIPES

You can't go past gorgeous slow cooked beef or lamb.

FEATURED RECIPES

Easy iron rich meal ideas for babies and toddlers.

FEATURED RECIPES

Versatile, convenient and easy these recipes offer a delicious twist on everyday mince classics.

Baked Lamb & Rosemary Cannelloni
Serves: 4-6
Prep: 20 mins
Cook: 40 mins
Beef Nachos with Avocado Salsa
Serves: 4
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 35 mins
Ultimate Spaghetti Bolognese with Ciabatta Crumb
Serves: 4-6
Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 40 mins
Beef Burger Pitas
Serves: 4
Prep: 20 mins
Cook: 16 mins
Steak-blue butter

WEEKLY RECIPE

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Scotch Fillet Steak with Blue Butter


This meal is mouth-watering by any standard. The Scotch Fillet is pan fried and seasoned with thyme then coated in creamy and sharp Blue Butter. Serve with baked potatoes and your favourite greens for the perfect steak dinner.  
 
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Prep: 20mins   | Cook: 1hour Serves: 4

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COOKING METHODS

Understanding methods for cooking beef and lamb is important to ensure you get the most out of your meat. You will find some handy tools and tips for cooking with beef and lamb, including which cuts are most suited to each method.
 
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mEAT magazine is a free, seasonal recipe magazine available in all quality mark retailers nationwide.

LATEST ISSUE 
As winter arrives, we start to reminisce about the vibrant foods of summer and social occasions which will become distant memories. And while it’s true, the warmer days and longer nights are often referred to as the social season with quick, easy recipes on the menu, we believe winter and the cooler months can be just as good. So we’ve made it our mission with this issue to prove it.

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BEEF + LAMB NEW ZEALAND 

QUALITY MARK 

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Established in 1997, the Quality Mark is your assurance the beef and lamb you buy is New Zealand grown, consistently lean and tender. Only beef and lamb that has met the highest quality standards such as eating quality, food safety and animal welfare can hold the Quality Mark.The Quality Mark's integrity is guaranteed through regular auditing at every step in the production chain, ensuring the highest standards are maintained. Many Quality Mark cuts also carry the Heart Foundation's Two Ticks, meaning they have less than 4% saturated fat and are a core food as part of a healthy diet.

To be confident you're buying the very best New Zealand has to offer, look for the New Zealand Beef and Lamb Quality Mark. If it makes the cut, it earns the Mark. Why would you choose anything less?

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WHY BEEF + LAMB ARE GOOD FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

Lean beef and lamb are both excellent sources of well-absorbed iron. With few calories and high protein content, lean red meat makes a satisfying meal which aids in weight control. They are also important sources of protein, B vitamins, iron and zinc as well as a little vitamin D, selenium and omega 3, contributing to a healthy, balanced diet.

IRON  |  ZINC  |  PROTEIN  
VITAMINS | ENERGY  |  FAT

 
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