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Chops, Steaks and Cutlets

Chops, Steaks and Cutlets

  • Albert Matthews Heather Fed Lamb Racks

    Award Winning Heather Fed Lamb Racks

    3 Gold Stars in the 2012 Great Taste Awards and voted in the Top 50 products in the UK 


    serves 2 to 4 people

  • Lamb Barnsley Chops

    Heather Fed Barnsley Chops

    The classic middle of the loin double chop. Cut from our award winning Heather Fed lamb.


    4 Servings

  • Lamb Canon

    Heather Fed Lamb Canons


    Cut from our award winning lamb, Canons are a luxury cut and definitely one for special occasions.


    2 people

  • Lamb Cutlets

    Heather Fed Lamb Cutlets French Trim

    Cut from the same best ends used for our award winning lamb racks. Incredibly tender with great flavour.


    2/3 Servings

  • Heather Fed Lamb Henry's

    Heather Fed Lamb Henrys

    A small one person sized joint taken from the lamb shoulder; perfect if you want hearty meal but don't fancy cooking a whole roast.


    3 Servings

  • Lamb Loin Chops

    Heather Fed Lamb loin Chops

    Thick cut chops, cut from perfectly aged Heather Fed Lamb. A perfect mid week meal.


    2 Servings

  • Heather Fed Lamb Neck Chops

    Heather Fed Lamb Neck Chops

    When slow cooked a more generous amount of very flavoursome meat than what you'd expect.


    4 Servings

  • Heather Fed Lamb Rump

    Heather Fed Lamb Rumps

    Tender and Great Flavour; seal in a pan and then finish off in the oven until pink.


    2 Servings

  • Heather Fed Lamb Shoulder Chops

    Heather Fed Lamb Shoulder Chops

    Also known as Lamb Casserole chops it's a cut that comes from the shoulder of the animal meaning it has lots of flavour and lends itself well to slow cooking.


    4 Servings

  • Heather Fed Marinated Lamb Cutlets

    Marinated Heather Fed Lamb Cutlets

    The cutlet comes from the front end of the loin which is one of the most prized parts of the animal; select your favourite marinade to go on them.


    2/3 Servings

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