Our venison has a short season - we estimate it will be available until around the 15th November.
Defrost thoroughly before use. Trim away any excess sinew or fat. Coat them in seasoned flour. Fry in hot oil and butter for 2-3 mins each. They are best lightly pink in the middle; cook longer for well done. See our website for a devilled kidney recipe, or use in a venison steak and kidney pie.
Keep in the fridge below 5˚C. Pre-frozen, do not refreeze.
Sometimes you may notice that your venison looks a little brown. Don’t worry – this is perfectly natural and safe! Red meat contains a protein called myoglobin, which goes brown when it meets oxygen. Venison contains more myoglobin than beef, so it goes brown much faster. It doesn’t mean that the meat isn’t fresh, or affect its flavour at all.