Piri Piri beef mini roast, with sweet potato wedges and chilli and lime dip
A delicious beef mini roast with piri piri glaze, served with tasty sweet potato wedges and a refreshing dip
PIRI PIRI BEEF MINI ROAST, WITH SWEET POTATO WEDGES AND CHILLI LIME DIP
I’ve recently discovered mini roasts, and I love them for an easy evening meal! They are much smaller joints of meat than your typical Sunday roast- so are ideal for serving two (and usually with enough left over for a sarnie the next day too!). During the week my husband and I always eat together (if we can) after the girls have gone to bed- it’s our time to relax together and catch up on the day, and one of the reasons that mini roasts are great is that you can just pop them in the oven and leave them while you sit down!
I always look out for the Red Tractor logo when I buy meat in the supermarket- if you didn’t already know, it means that the meat is farm-assured quality, and it can be traced back to the individual farms that the livestock came from. By buying Red Tractor marked meat, you know that there have been comprehensive standards applied, covering hygiene, safety, environmental protection and animal welfare at every stage of production- it takes away any worries about the origin of your dinner!
This piri-piri beef mini roast is delicious! It’s super easy to prepare and cook, but it tastes amazing and makes an impressive looking evening meal for something that’s so simple to do. Another thing that is brilliant about beef mini roasts is that they are naturally very lean, so there’s no fiddling around trying to remove the fat before cooking- it’s an instantly healthy option. This meal only takes ten minutes to prepare, and is easily done in advance so you can have it ready just to pop into the oven, just needing to check on it once to re-glaze.
Mini roasts (available in beef and lamb) are so versatile- there are lots of gorgeous recipes (such as teriyaki beef with noodles) on the Simply Beef and Lamb website (click here) You can find Red Tractor assured mini roasts in most of the major supermarkets, and also at local butchers (you can find a comprehensive list by clicking here)
Please visit Simply Beef and Lamb (click here) for more recipe ideas, everything you need to know about beef and lamb and information about the Red Tractor logo.
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