Beef Olives

A traditional Scottish dish with a Donald Russell twist
The thinnest steak wrapped around a tasty beef, pork and bacon-based stuffing.
  • Stuffing made for our own Minced Steak and Pork
  • Suitable for the whole family
  • Great taste and flavour
  • All natural ingredients - no artifical colourings or flavour enhancers
  Professionally shock frozen
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Beef Olives
£23.75 per kg
Box Contains:

  • 2 Beef Olives, 1 pack of 2 (pack weight 200g)
1-2 servings
Code: B873
Beef Olives

Regular Price: £19.00

Special Price: £15.00

£18.75 per kg
Box Contains:

    • 8 Beef Olives, in packs of 2 (pack weight 200g)

4-8 servings
Code: D945
Storage Conditions: Store at < -18ºC (Supplied frozen)
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC Use within 24 hours
Contains: Beef and Pork, Gluten, Egg and Mustard

Suitable cooking methods: Click desired method for printable guide

Beef (83%), pork (5%), carrots, onions, whole egg powder, water, marjoram, black pepper, salt, parsley, breadcrumbs[wheat flour, yeast, salt], unsmoked bacon, English mustard.

Nutritional Information: Per 100g typical:
Energy values: 600kJ, 143 kcal, Protein: 20.4g, Carbohydrates: 1.5g, of which sugars: 0.4 g, Fat 6.1g, of which saturates: 2.4g, Fibre 0.2g, Salt 0.6g
To view our Beef Olives with Vegetable Sauce recipe Click Here
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Beef Olives
Overall Rating
Perfect antidote to dreich Autumn/Winter
Absolutely delicious. Tender and with a gorgeous flavour. Long(ish) cook in the oven with our favourite vegetables that day, quality beef stock, favourite herbs and a good slug of red wine.
By Susan - 13th Nov 2013
Cooking time
Very disappointed that cooking times were not given on packet, we had never had them before, removed them from the freezer to have a nice romantic meal with all the kids out,
Only to find that what we thought would take half an hour to cook was in fact 2 hours.
Not good at 7pm!!!

What a waste of money!!!!!
By Hayley - 16th Aug 2014