We work closely with Michael and his team at Lympstone Manor so we asked him to share one of his favourite Christmas recipes with our customers this season. 'Not everyone wants to eat turkey for Christmas' says Michael, who is celebrating being awarded a Michelin star within six months of opening Lympstone Manor.
'I'll be serving it this year with roasted winter vegetables, braised cabbage and my red wine sauce. I hope you'll give my recipes a go and find my secret to slow roasted rid of beef useful.'
For the Braised Red Cabbage
For the Spice Bag
For the Red Wine Sauce
To make the braised cabbage
To make the red wine sauce
To make the slow-roasted prime rib of beef
Cooking time: 3.5 hours, pre-heated oven at 160'C
For us, nothing says Spring like a delicious lamb roast accompanied by minted, seasonal veg and garlic butter new potatoes!
Paul is making the most of Charlton Orchard's wonderful, local apples.