Chase away those winter blues with our Shropshire Crumble (a cousin to our popular Glastonbury Crumble). Made with the finest Blue Shropshire cheese combined with buckwheat, spinach, red onions, eggs, cranberries, sage and thyme.
The crumbles can be eaten hot or at room
temperature making them a nice change for an evening meal or lunch on
the go. They make a great seasonal winter roast alternative.
We like to eat ours with roast potatoes, lots of veggies and gravy – yummy.
After purchase, store in the fridge and use within 3-4 days.
If served warm, heat in a medium oven 180°C/375°F or Gas mark 4 for approx 10-12 mins. Can be microwaved. Can be eaten at room temperature.
Suitable for freezing, allow the Shropshire Crumble to thaw before following heating instructions above.
Allergens: eggs, dairy.
Buckwheat is a native of Russia and although it's often referred to as a wholegrain it is actually a herb (a distant relative of the rhubarb family), not a cereal grain.
It's gluten free and another nutrition superpower helping to lower risk of high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
Not only loved by Popeye – we love it too! Low in calories and high in vitamins, spinach is one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet with more than twenty different measurable nutrients.
A cup of the leafy green vegetable contains far more than your daily requirements of vitamin K and vitamin A, almost all the manganese and folate your body needs and nearly 40 percent of your magnesium requirement, not forgetting calcium, protein and an excellent source of fibre.
Cranberries are at the top table for antioxidant super-food heroes.
They maybe dinky but they out rank most other common fruit and vegetables for disease fighting antioxidants. They are full of vitamin C and have antibacterial effects in our bodies.
Not just for stuffing! Sage is full of volatile oils, flavonoids, and rosmarinic acid making it a very effective ingredient to keep us all more alert, calm, and contented.
The rosmarinic acid sage contains is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. For this reason, Sage has been found to be beneficial for fighting such inflammatory conditions as sore throats and rheumatoid arthritis.
It has also been shown to have very beneficial effects on lowering blood sugar levels.
One of the most popular among culinary herb plants, thyme originally is native to southern Europe and Mediterranean regions. It contains thymol, one of the important essential oils, which scientifically has been found to have antiseptic and anti-fungal characteristics.
Thyme is packed with minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health. Its leaves are one of the richest sources of potassium, iron, calcium, manganese, magnesium, and selenium.