If you and your family regularly eat organic meat such as lamb and beef for dinner here in Australia, you’ll know it tastes delicious and can be used for many meals.
Even though the classic Aussie steak is a succulent evening meal, you might find it refreshing to inject some international inspiration onto your dinner plate.
Take at look at how other families around the world enjoy their organic meat – then test their recipes out at home!
Organic beef Vindaloo – India
This spicy and delicious curry may be well-known in Australia, but its roots still well and truly lie in India. There are a multitude of herbs and spices in this complex dish, including hot chilli, cumin, bay leaves and coriander seeds, so it may be best to seek out a traditional recipe. However, the star of the show is diced organic beef, cooked until tender and almost falling apart. Vindaloo is delicious served on jasmine rice.
Brasato Al Chianti – Italy
This Italian-style dish is essentially braised beef. Cook with olive oil, organic beef rump, garlic, carrots, mushrooms and herbs such as thyme, rosemary, oregano, parsley and red wine. For a truly authentic taste, use an Italian red wine. It’s delicious, and perfect as a hearty and nourishing dinner. It would also make a great dish for hosting a dinner party!
Organic lamb Shish Kebab – Middle East
Delicious organic lamb skewers are bound to be a dinnertime hit, and the Middle Eastern influence of these ones will make them even more yummy. Marinate in a little dry red wine, tomato paste and plenty of black pepper, then grill over the barbecue. Serve with a classic Australian salad or tzatziki sauce, rice and pita bread.