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Rhug Estate

Rhug Estate

Simple yet delicious

A dish full of flavour and nutrition while keeping the meal quick and simple.

In this blog you read about the journey of Rhug estate meat and their ‘passion for organic’

Followed by a recipe you won't be able to stop making.

We could start at how Rhug estate goes all the way back to 1080s starting with rivalries and marriage, however i know most of you are looking to find out why you should change to Rhug Estate meat on your weekly shopping lists.

‘Passion for organic’, Rhug Estate is a Welsh company who has managed to hold the highest standard of organic and sustainable farming, protecting the future environment. We as a company ourselves always make it a mission to find suppliers with ethical backgrounds, and with Rhug producing its own energy, we are eager to showcase this product to our customers as well.

Rhug Estate is a ‘field-to-plate' operation. Rhug minimize the stress and rear happy animals which not only produces the best meat but also gives the animals a higher quality of life. Rhug Estate do not routinely drench or inject animals and also avoids handling them.

Now you may have decided to make some changes to that shopping list, and are thinking what you can make with your new purchases.

So, we have gone on a hunt to find the perfect recipe for you and your family tonight. This pasta recipe is quick and simple, yet as delicious as a sweet treat.

All you need for this recipe is:

  • Rhug organic beef mince

  • Onion

  • Tomato's

  • Dried oregano

  • Carrots and celery

  • Worcestershire sauce

  • Chicken broth a medium saucepan add the oil and diced onion and cook over a medium heat until softened and turning translucent.

2.Add diced carrot and diced celery to the pan and cook until the vegetables are soft

3.Add crushed garlic and tomato puree and cook for 1 minute

4.Add the beef mince

5.Break up the mince with a spoon, turn the heat up and cook until the beef mince is completely brown.

6.Add tomatoes, stock, bay leaf, dried oregano, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper and simmer for 15 minutes until sauce has thickened and the vegetables are tender.

To finish off this recipe, simply add your desired pasta.

(This recipe takes 35 minutes, and freezes well and a favourite for all families).