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Princes Beef Paste (75g) - Pack of 6

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The best British beef and the finest ingredients are gently cooked and blended together with our secret Binghams seasoning to create our Best Potted Beef. uk accepts no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products by manufacturers or other third parties.

beef spread is never going to be the same as actual sliced beef, but this is a fantastic alternative when you dont have that option. The finest cuts of British Beef are gently cooked and blended with our secret Binghams seasoning to create our Beef Spread. Done like that you may end up with very soft and tender meat, but I think it would still probably take an hour or so.So long as you use a suitable sized cooking vessel so that the meat isn’t crowded, cooking double the amount shouldn’t take any longer.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and owner is strictly prohibited. The little crunchy bits of beef that survived actually add tiny texture taste bombs, so it worked out very well in the end. It’s amazing how a simple thing like potted meat/beef can bring back such vivid childhood memories for so many of us!Although I haven’t frozen it myself, if you scroll down the comments you’ll see that Angela reported back that it DOES freeze well which is great news. Beef Paste differs from Potted Beef in that it contains a filler such as breadcrumbs or rusk as well as beef.

Also, inspired by those who’ve been in touch with tips and queries, here’s some FAQs I hope will be useful for those trying my Homemade Potted Beef for the first time. Hi Donna, I think that with the long slow cooking, minced beef may get tough and dry rather than soft and tender. To clarify butter: melt it then leave for a few minutes so the white milk solids sink to the bottom.We’d love to know what you think of Binghams Spreads and Potted Meats, any special memories that Binghams brings to mind, or how you like to eat your Binghams! I understand the phrase Jill mentioned to be dialect for ‘She buried him with ham’, meaning they ate ham sandwiches at the wake following a funeral! Forty years later I’m going to give it try, just as a reminder of Arnold(the master maker) and Dad who died a couple of years ago aged 95. I recently made it as my grandson who is 14 months won't swallow lumpy food and I found this to be an excellent way to get him to eat a little meat. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Moorlands Eater with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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