Buy rose veal from Farmer's Choice for a tender, British and RSPCA Freedom Food approved meat packed with nutrients, minerals and less fat.
Rose Veal Club Roast - Free Range
Makes a mouthwatering tender roast joint with a lovely rich gravey served with fresh veg. A lovely centrepiece for a dinner party.
Shin of Rose Veal - Free Range
Best cooked in the slow cooker with vegetable stock, white wine, chopped celery and onion. The veal will fall off the bone after a few hours. Deliciou
Rose Veal Steak - Free Range
Simple and easy to cook. To get the full flavour just trim and fry in butter and serve with new potatoes and salad.
Minced Rose Veal - Free Range
Light and low fat veal mince is a perfect substitute for lamb or beef mince in lasanga, shepherds pie, chilli or spag ball.
Rose Veal Fillet Steak - Free Range
A beautiful thick slice of boneless veal. Fry in butter and when cooked add a glug of brandy and some cream. Delicious.
Rose Veal Roasting Joint - Free Range
A lovely tender roasting joint which produces a rich flavoursome gravy. Great for Sunday lunch served with roast potatoes and green veg.
Diced Rose Veal - Free Range
Very tender diced veal cut from the leg. Ideal in a casserole cooked either in the oven or on the stove.
Rose Veal Escalopes - Free Range
There are many different ways to serve up veal escalopes. The most popular way is to coat in flour, egg and breadcrumbs and fry in butter. Can also be
Veal has had a difficult reputation in the past, but that is no longer the case with British veal. Calf farming has greatly improved in the EU, and keeping calves in crates is now in fact banned completely in the UK. British rose is a variety of veal that is approved by the RSPCA and the Freedom Food programme, meaning when you buy rose veal, you don't need to worry about the welfare of the calves farmed for the meat.
But what is rose veal? Rose veal is meat from calves allowed to mature to 35 weeks or over, meaning the meat is dark pink in colour rather than white. We source our free range rose veal from a British farm where the calves are reared outdoors with their mothers for 12 months and fed only by the grass they graze on. We believe that this is the right way in which to deal with the male offspring from dairy cattle that elsewhere would normally be considered a waste product and treated as such.
With its discreet flavour, veal is generally more tender than meat from older cattle. Like beef, veal can be eaten as a simple steak or roasted, but its texture and taste allows a greater flexibility in the kitchen. Choose from our veal steaks, roast joints, mince, diced veal and escalopes to enjoy veal with any sort of meal - order today with Farmer's Choice Free Range.