Our fresh 3-bird roast is an indulgent combination of duck, turkey breast and guinea fowl. The outer bird is a boned Gressingham duck, which has been stuffed with lean free range bronze turkey breast and gamey guinea fowl. To top it all off, this 3-bird roast is further stuffed with pork, apricot and orange stuffing.
Christmas all wrapped up… In addition to your bird, all of our festive boxes contain 454g of versatile chipolatas, 350g of dry-cured streaky bacon, 454g of premium ground sausagemeat and 150g of free range Cambridgeshire goose fat. Not to mention free delivery, a recipe booklet and thermometer courtesy of our friends at Gressingham and a little something for the New Year.
The 3-bird roast is 1.5kg of solid meat and poultry, serving 6-8.
Please note that British guinea fowl are difficult to come by, so the guinea fowl used in the three bird roast is sourced from France.
1. Preheat your oven to 180oC, Fan 160oC, Gas Mark 4
2. Remove orange garnish and season the skin well
3. Place in the preheated oven for 1 hours 45 minutes. Cover with foil for the last 20 minutes.
4. Leave to rest for 20-30 minutes before carving.
All of our festive boxes are delivered fresh to your door in the days leading up to Christmas. Our Christmas delivery dates are Thursday 20th and Friday 21st December. If you’re out when your delivery arrives, our drivers will leave your order with your neighbours or in a safe place of your choosing - please specify at the checkout. Please note that we only have a fixed number of delivery slots in the days up to Christmas, and some delivery days may not be available as we get closer to Christmas. All the items in the box will have a minimum shelf-life of Boxing Day, no matter whether you have it delivered on the 20th or 21st.
The three bird stuffing contains the following allergens:
The sausages and sausage meat in this box are gluten free
Throughout history, the multiple bird roast has been hailed as the king of all roasts. As luxurious as they come, those trailblazing Romans got there first and started the trend