Recipes from Alternative Meats
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Some of these recipes have been supplied by Pubs and Restaurants that we supply - you can actually visit them and test them yourselves!! Remember, Ostrich Meat is a very healthy meat to choose - 85g of roasted ostrich contains 97 calories, as opposed to chicken which contains 140!
Ostrich Casseroles

Ideas for Ostrich Casseroles ... use a red meat that is low in fat and cholesterol to make healthy winter casserole dishes.

Ostrich Steaks in Orange Glaze with Kiwi Fruit

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Ingredients - Serves 4:

4 Ostrich Fillet Steaks
1 Large Onion
2 Kiwi Fruit
2 teaspoons Oil
1 tablespoon Clear Honey
Strips of Orange Zest & Watercress to Garnish


Grate the zest from half of the orange.
Cut the orange in two along the grated half and squeeze the juice from the grated half and reserve the juice and zest.
Separately cut the second half into four crescents and reserve.
Peel the kiwi fruit and cut them into four slices.
Place some oil in a pan and fry the ostrich steaks for approximately 3 minutes in hot oil to
medium rare brown on both sides.
Remove from the heat and place the steaks onto a warm plate and keep warm.
Grate the onion into the frying pan and brown lightly.
Add the honey and stir in when it darkens slightly and the reserved orange juice and zest and stir until syrupy.
Add the ostrich to the pan and the orange wedges and kiwi fruit.
Toss them in the glaze and when coated arrange on a warm dish and pour the remaining glaze over the meat.
Garnish with watercress.

This Recipe is taken straight from the Menu of the Crown & Sceptre Pub/ Restaurant, Bromyard, Hereford
The owners Nik & Kay, along with their friend and chef; John Elston have recently taken over and have completely transformed it. Turning the Crown & Sceptre into a Mecca for local and not so local produce cooked imaginatively to perfection.


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