We lovingly developed all the recipes below using our quality local produce. Our detailed, step-by-step guides have everything you need to make impressively tasty meals every single time. So whether you have some burgers from our Skinni Range or some deliciously tender fillet steaks – find the recipe for you below.

Skinni Beef Sausage Puttanesca with Butternut SpaghettiA fiery pasta sauce, the original puttanesca would use a fair bit of oil, but for our Skinni version we use as little as possible and ramp up the tomato instead. Made with olives, capers, and anchovies, the sauce is not so much fishy as deeply savoury. Often used sparingly as a seasoning, anchovies bring a salty depth that salt alone would not achieve and is a great little addition to your culinary arsenal. If you do not want to make your own sauce then use a store-bought version but do watch out for the calorie content before you commit.
Lots of Beef Brisket and Rich Barley BrothBased on a classic meat dish, one that most countries have some version of, this is essentially a rich meaty broth with vegetables and barley, with the brisket served separately and eaten with fresh crusty bread and pickles. Brisket is a fantastic cut of beef, best suited to cooking in this manner, and often overlooked or, at the very least, misused. We would would usually serve with mustard and gherkins but have replaced them with piccalilli for a change.
Steak Pie with Clapshot and PeasPlenty of gravy, piles of frozen peas, and with lots of potato and swede mash to glue it all to the fork. The star anise in such a small amount is there purely to bring out all the savoury flavour of the meat. Use ready-rolled puff pastry to make life easy and bring a billowing steaming homemade steak pie to the table. The filling in this pie needs to be perfectly cool before adding the pastry and baking.
Beef Rib Tacos with Charred Pepper & Corn SaladSomewhere in between a soft taco and a tostada, depending on how you far you take the tortilla, but that's where the Mexican connection ends. Flavour has to work and every single ingredient must play its part. Scotch rib steak gives a one-two punch with some surprising spices and is served alongside a vibrant salad of beans with charred pepper and crunchy baby corns. No lime juice, no coriander, just some soft avocado for a wonderfully creamy edge.
Italian Braised Beef Olives with Parmesan CrumbOur beef olives are made from the finest Scotch beef wrapped around our beef sausage meat and are as delicious as they are economical. Savoury, savoury, savoury is the best way to describe it. With a layer of fresh breadcrumbs with herbs and parmesan and bake it a little bit more. Add something green and glass of red and you've got bistro food on the table to the sound of thunderous applause.