Scottish Wild Venison Haunch Boneless
  • Scottish Wild Venison Haunch Boneless

Scottish Wild Venison Haunch Boneless

Now £26.25Was £35.00
Weight 1.5kg
Serves 6
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Description

This product will be previously frozen. Please call Customer Service: 0131 526 4444 if more information is required.

A venison roasting joint for the oven, buy one and save yourself a stalking trip. Haunch of venison is the prime roasting cut, best served pink. Lean and rich in Omega 3, this delicious game meat is becoming more and more popular and makes an interesting alternative to Scotch Beef.

Our haunch of venison is from wild red deer from Scottish estates, which have grazed freely on a mixed diet which gives it the wonderfully woody, almost fruity flavour. The meat is matured for 10 - 14 days to tenderize and allow the flavours to develop fully. The roasting joint is hand prepared and tied by our master butchers here in Linlithgow.

Wild venison is sometimes described as the clean, healthy red meat. Compared to a roast beef joint, haunch of venison is not only lower in fat and calories, but higher in trace elements like iron and vitamin B. The meat has a fine, close grained texture and very little marbling. Since venison is low in fat using bacon or an oil based marinade helps to add extra moisture. Venison will not benefit from long slow cooking and is best served pink.

Shelf life from dispatch 3-4 days.

We aim to supply you with fresh products but occasionally do supply previously frozen if there is a supplier shortage.

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Nutrition guide

Nutritional Information (per 100g)

Energy (Kcal): 103
Energy (KJ): 437
Fat : 1.6g
Saturated Fat: 0.8g
Carbohydrates: 0g
Sugars: 0g
Protein: 22.2g
Salt: 0.14g

Allergens

No allergens present.

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How to cook

All raw meat products must be cooked thoroughly until they are piping hot.

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Packaging

Your meat order is kept cool in transit because we either use an insulated expanded polystyrene box, or a recyclable tough corrugated cardboard box which is foil lined and insulated with bubble wrap. Both boxes are leak-proof and sturdy.

To keep your delivery cool, it is packed along with specially designed ice packs. Our ice packs are made with a frozen water-based gel, which keeps the meat at the correct temperature for up to 48 hours. When the ice does melt, it stays as a gel, which prevents the delivery becoming wet.

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