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Yorkshire Rose Veal Liver

Our rose veal liver is free range from our own North Yorkshire farms. Calves liver is a great treat either served with some liver and bacon, or in a pate. Our veal is allowed to feed on grass pastures during spring and summer and to be free in social groups.

Our rose veal liver is free range from our own North Yorkshire farms. Calves liver is a great treat either served with some liver and bacon, or in a pate. Our veal is allowed to feed on grass pastures during spring and summer and to be free in social groups.

Category: Offal, Rose Veal

£6.36£21.21

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Earn up to 21 Taste Points.

Suggestion for cooking our rose veal liver

Here’s a quick way to cook liver, bacon and onions using our free range rose veal liver.

Preheat the grill to high.

Melt some butter in a large frying pan and fry a sliced up onion with a sprinkle of sugar over a medium heat, stirring frequently, for 7-8 minutes until browned.

Season with sea salt & black pepper, add a good slug of balsamic vinegar and leave it to bubble up for a few seconds. Keep warm.

Grill six rashers of dry cured streaky bacon until it crisps at the edges. Keep warm.

Coat the liver lightly in some seasoned flour.

Heat another large frying pan over a high heat. Add some oil and then the slices of liver and cook them for half a minute on each side. The liver should be browned on the outside, but not overcooked in the centre.

Serve the whole lot together.

Taste Tradition Meat Delivery Box

Our delivery service allows you to pick a delivery date in advance when you reach the checkout.

Next day delivery is free on orders over £45.

Our deliveries are Tuesday to Friday as standard and we also offer a Saturday delivery as a premium service, but this is unfortunately an expensive option, so it’s much better to try and plan ahead.

Your order will be kept fresh in our insulated boxes and the box can be used as storage for larger cuts if you replace or re-freeze the ice sheets. This comes in very handy when you don’t have enough room in your fridge on busy special occasions.

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