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Farmer's Choice Free Range meat pack

Farmer's Choice Free Range Meat Pack.

I have made so many nice recipes using Farmer’s Choice meat. I love their products and service.

Farmer’s Choice has decided to sponsor another free range meat draw. You could be the WINNER of £125 of free range meat delivered right to your door!

The Farmer’s Choice Large Family Essentials Pack includes;

Topside 1400g x 1
Diced Beef 750g x 1
Steak Mince 750g x 1
Chicken Large x 1
Diced Turkey Breast 750g x 1
Diced Lamb 750g x 1
Minced Lamb 750g x 1
Leg Lamb Half B&R 1400g x 1
Diced Pork 750g x 1
Leg Pork B&R 2000g x 1


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  1. Tracy Nixon says

    Thanks for another great giveaway!!! I have a great love for Chicken Korma though me and the kids re loving pork at the moment and have been eating lots of pork dishes! Think we may have to try some pork curry dishes! We’ll be looking to you for inspiration!

  2. Hazel says

    Yay! Another wonderful giveaway, thank you :) As to my favourite meat for a curry, has to be chicken without a doubt. Not too hot or spicy but definitely chicken. Yum.

  3. Becky John says

    Must be honest am not a lover of lamb curries as I find the meat always seems to be quite tough. I love very very hot curries ( to the point they make your eyes water & your nose run!) I love lamb but would love to find a recipe where the meat just melts in your mouth, so at the moment chicken is my favourite meat in a curry.

  4. sand henderson says

    Lamb all the way for me!Something really spicy too i made lamb bhuna on Friday night but it just wasnt hot enough for me!

  5. Michelle G says

    I love pork in a curry, especially using shoulder steaks in a slow cooked madras or vindaloo. The meat falls apart and just ‘goes’ with a spicy curry sauce.

  6. Rainie Bish says

    I like variety so don’t have a favourite meat or curry. To be honest the only curry I can think of that I don’t like is korma

  7. Christine Constable says

    I love lamb in a curry. Last week I made a curry with my own curry paste (onions, cumin, coriander, turmeric, red chilli, clove and garlic whooshed up together in a food processor). Fried the paste and then added tomatoes and stock. Slow cooked that for a couple of hours, then added fried diced lamb for last half hour or so. Yummy.

  8. DC Nelson says

    Lamb has to be the best meat for any curry, slow cooked so that is just falls apart. I prefer the more tomato based curries, Rogan Josh being a favourite.

  9. sarah birkett says

    in a restaurant my favorite curry is chicken malayan. not very spicy but really really tasty . I love a curry with fruit in it.

  10. Donna Gilligan says

    If i’m cooking then lamb, but my friend does an amazing mauritian goat curry, which I have tried and failed to replicate.

  11. Zoe G says

    I know its not meat but I love King Prawn but do like chicken as well, some of my fave curries are Tikka Masala, Bhuna and I really like chicken chat as a starter.

  12. Caroline says

    But how many heartaches
    Must I stand before I find a CURRY
    That I can TASTE again?
    Right now the only thing
    That keeps me hangin on
    When I feel my strength, yeah
    Its almost gone
    I remember mama said:you can’t CURRY love,
    you just have to wait,
    CURRY don’t come easy,
    it’s a game of SPICE and TASTE.

    How long must I wait?
    How much more can I TASTE?
    Before This CURRY will cause all my TASTEBUDS TO SHRIEK?

  13. Jenna says

    I’d have a turkey curry with lemon, coriander and tomato – we did this with leftovers after Christmas and it was lovely!

  14. Kate Andrews says

    Chicken or Lamb in a curry, but my favourite is Lamb Passanda with the contrast of the sweet creamy almond sauce and the dark rich meat – lovely!

  15. Tracy Hanson says

    Complete wimp. I don’t like hot curries, the milder the better for me. But the boyfriend loves them and has an asbestos mouth when it comes to eating hot food. The one thing we both don’t really like is lamb in curry, but use lamb for other dishes. Good luck to everyone. :) 😀

  16. Melanie Gardiner says

    I love lamb or chicken. We’ve been growing our own Naga and scotch bonnet chilli’s and the hotter the better for us.

  17. nicci cowdell-murray says

  18. Luisa Lauren says

    My favourite meat is still chicken , although my husband loves lamb, but I always think it’s really fatty, and a bit tough, but I would be willing to give it a go if I could find a great recipe. I love the spicy, sweet and and hot dishes like Patias the best..

  19. Kelly Koya says

    I like chicken best. I’m got one marinating as I type – a Durban style whole curried chicken. I will serve it with spiced yoghurt and potato basmati for dinner.

  20. Anne-Marie Williamson says

    Definitely prefer Chicken in a curry – my all time favourite is chicken tikka balti – absolutely delicious!

  21. DB Hall says

    I love beef in a curry – braised beef boiled and then simmered in coconut milk in a Penang Curry, or a really hot Sri Lankan beef curry.

  22. Carolyn Philip says

    I like diced beef. My favourite curries are based around the korai as it has a lot of flavour, without being too hot.

  23. Tom Hawes says

    Lambs my favorite in a curry – I like a nice hot curry, and I think with chicken the meat gets totally lots in it, but lamb can hold it’s own more!!

  24. Helen Thurston says

    My favourite meat in a curry is chicken (usually a bhuna/dhansak/dopiaza) although sometimes I just have to have a lamb rogan josh. Having said that I am always happy to try different curries.

  25. Karen Barrett says

    Chicken for me, we make a wide variety of curries using chicken, including some that don’t have a name and only my OH knows how to make them.

  26. Karen Lloyd says

    I love Lamb in home made curries because I brown everything off in a pan and then I slow cook it in the oven so the meat is lovely and tender. Jalfrezi os Karahi for me.

  27. Annie Taylor says

    Chicken is my choice. Any curry dish is received well in this house, but I do love Coconut (my Twitter name is yumcoconut). So I’ll go with a Thai Coconut Chicken curry with Peshwari Naan. Yum.

  28. Alyson Chapman says

    Chicken is my favourite meat for curries. I like Daal/lentil curries or something spicy with Aubergines.

    If I could choose my favourite ingredients for a curry they would be ….. Chicken, Aubergine, Onion, Potato, Chilli, Mushroom, Lentils. Not sure if they’d all go together but they’re my choice.

  29. Rachael Barratt says

    My favourite meat in a curry is chicken- I think it absorbs the flavour of whatever sauce you’re using nicely. My current favourite curry is a bhuna- I’m not a massive fan of heat and a bhuna has just the right mix for me.

  30. Julie buttonf1fan says

    Hello there, fabulous competition.

    We love curry in this house, i must admit my favorite is chicken tikka, made from scratch by my hubby. I am a rubbish cook myself.

  31. mummiafelice says

    I’m actually looking for a mild curry(like korma) to have with either chicken or lamb. I can’t eat anything too spicy at the moment but I still want the flavour. I’ll look forward to your new ideas!

  32. Linda says

    I really hope I win this. I buy from ‘Farmer’s Choice’ and the meat really is superb. Never been disappointed. Plus I need to restock soon. Fingers crossed. :-)

  33. sue walsh says

    love Curries in many forms from Tikka-Madras

    such a versatile dish,easy to experiment with.
    like most meats curried,including Goat.
    I pop my curries in the slow cooker these days & their ready when I come home:)

  34. Romana Richards says

    Diced Pork would be my first choice. I made a Pork Vindaloo last night and loved it. It was sour and spicy but not chilli hot which I thought it would be as I have tasted takeaways like that. It was to an Anjum recipe.

  35. Deirdre says

    Lamb is my first choice, but I had a duck vindaloo once that was amazing.What I love about curries in general is that they can elevate almost any kind of meat to being utterly delicious!

  36. Karen M says

    Beef is my favourite meat but seeing as I’m counting the calories would have to be turkey using a low fat korma sauce

  37. Susan Seaman says

    another fab fab prize from a fab guy, thank you and good luck to all. but i love meat and have never been able to afford this much so first thing id make is a hot beef roast.

  38. Lesley Walsh says

    What a fantastic giveaway. So many different recipes could be made with this lot! I suppose if I had to choose I would go with lamb.

  39. Caroline says

    Lamb dansahk or chicken dansahk, korma, balti or biryani. There are so many choices to suit almost every palette, whether you like mild, fruity or spicy a “curry” fills the bill. I don’t think I have met anyone who actually doesn’t like curry….

  40. Helen Aiken says

    I most often choose chicken for a curry, but sometimes like lamb.
    My favourite curry is Chicken Tikka Achari.

  41. Susannah Glover says

    My favorite meat in a curry is goat but since that’s not on the list I would happily substitute it with the diced lamb.

  42. Terri Stammers says

    i tried goat curry on saturday and didnt like the texture or taste of the meat so i will stick with my fav curry beef and mushroom cant go wrong with that i bloody love it 😉

  43. Denise Whiskin says

    My favourite meat in a curry has to be chicken, it is so versatile & tasty. My favourite curry at the moment is chicken green curry, not hot, just tasty & full of flavour.

  44. Mrs MRF Saunders says

    I love Lamb in a curry. My favourite curry is from our local Nepalese restaurant and is simply called ‘Staff Curry’. The balance of flavours is great, a touch of sourness, sweetness, spicy but flavoursome. Really great.

  45. Sue Robinson says

    Lamb is awesome in a curry – Korma is my favourite but tend to go for a Josh to keep the calorie content down

  46. Tarran Wilson says

    There are many curries that I like, but I would have to say a passanda is my favourite. A perfect blend of sweet and sour spices with a rich sauce, makes a perfect curry.

  47. carol egan says

    Curry has to be my favourite thing to eat so long as it’s not too spicy (I can’t take the heat of a Madras or a Vindaloo) and any meat is lovely in a curry as long as its been marinated and cooked slowly and lovingly

  48. Michaela Williams says

    My favourite meat for curry is chicken breast I must admit. I my very favourite curry is Red Thai Curry!!

  49. Emma Wolski says

    I love Lamb in a curry! Have to have peshwari naan bread with it too! I also like Red Thai Curry but as a soup like they do in Thailand!

  50. Jenny Davies says

    We love Chicken in a curry. Our family favourite is Chicken Tikka. But if I was to choose one just for me it would be Chicken Bhuna!

  51. Jayne K says

    I love a homemade lamb korma using ground almonds and natural yoghurt. It’s so much nicer than any takeaway or cook in sauce offering.

  52. sonia says

    Turkey is a good alternative to chicken, i think its more tasty in a curry. my fave is a tikka massala. In the slow cooker is best>!

  53. Kate Edwards says

    My favourite is chicken in a curry, my favourite curry is a recent one i tried using fenugreek and coconut milk its amazing! My 4 children loved it too. Thanks for a great giveaway :-)

  54. Charlotte Marchant-Jones says

    My favourite is chicken in a curry, its just so tasty! My boyfriend and I love a chicken korma, not the most adventurous but so yummy!

  55. RosieRowe (@RosieRowe) says

    I love turkey and chicken in a curry! They never taste tough or chewy – just ooze flavour!

  56. Robyn Logan Clarke says

    The steak mince would be great to make a bobotie with…its a cape malay curry dish from South Africa, absolutely divine!

  57. Rory Campion says

    The leg of lamb, we roast it covered in a curry paste, then serve it in pitta bread with salad and raitha

  58. Hilary Grey says

    Given that I’m actually a veggie, married to a meat fan, my justification for cooking meat is that the animal must have had a decent life – so anything freerange!

  59. Nicola Seary says

    I love Chicken best for a curry.At the moment I like Chicken Rogan best as it has a lovely Tomatoey flavour.

  60. Hannah Whitling says

    I lovemost mats, but I think chicken a it does go with any flavour. I prefer a mild curry, not into spicey foods.

  61. Helen Holland says

    Chicken curry is usually favourite but a pork curry for a change would be good – lots of spices – no recipe, just throw in and hope for the best

  62. Brenda Mitchell says

    Chicken can’t be beaten. So many extras and flavours you can add. Our favourite recipe has a dollop of Reggae Reggae Sauce mixed in.

  63. sarah chershire says

    Me and my husband love a good chicken tikka masala but a good beef madras or vindaloo is ace when you have a cold

  64. Kerry W says

    I love a lamb curry, especially the way my mum makes it in the slow cooker. The meat becomes so tender and a joy to eat!!

  65. Stacey Guilliatt says

    My favourite has to be chicken in a curry, but I do love a lamb bhuna, and a chicken achari is my absolute fave!

  66. Leigh Larkin says

    To be honest I am only just learning to cook and haven’t ventured to curry yet. Somehow seems a bit scary although people say it is easy! When chosing though – I’d go for chicken or lamb.

  67. Lindsey Dudgeon says

    Chicken is my and my families favourite, and we love it when I make a Tikka Masala, with our home grown chillis just to give it a little kick

  68. Amanda H says

    Chicken is my favourite meat in curry, it becomes very tender and delicious, other meats I find to be quite tough like pork or beef. Lamb is nice too :)

  69. Lesley Bain says

    I love a hot curry slow cooked with diced beef and big chunks of onion and mushroom….oh I’m hungry now!

  70. Danielle Graves says

    I always do chicken curries, unfortunately as much as I love curry it’s been the one thing I haven’t been able to eat since getting pregnant x

  71. LEAH SULLIVAN says

    My favourite is Chicken and I like most curries as long as the meat is tender and there is a bit of a kick 😉

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