Best School Dinner: Meat Collective: in the dizzying hustle and bustle of school life, nailing the perfect dinner can seem as hard as solving a complex maths equation. Yet, there’s a secret ingredient that can turn this challenge into a piece of cake – a well-curated meal from ISLIFEARECIPE.NET in collaboration with Meat Collective. Let’s unravel the secrets of creating the best school dinner with Meat Collective and ISLIFEARECIPE.net, making every dinner an event to look forward to!
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This is going to be your best school dinner NOT a traditional school dinner
Today’s best school dinner came at the request of Strawberry Blonde and her lovely school mates: Zi Ying, Zhi Hao, and Enzo. Omakase-style by design from the ISLIFREARECIPE.net crew, inspired by amazing ingredients from Meat Collective. Remember the meaning of Omakase: a Japanese meal consisting of dishes selected by the chef.
Best School Dinner with Meat Collective and ISLIFEARECIPE.net
When it comes to preparing meals for students, the aim should be a perfect balance of taste, nutrition, and simplicity. Meat lovers can rejoice with ISLIFEARECIPE.net and Meat Collective‘s collaboration options like the Australian Wagyu Tomahawk with Roasted Potatoes, Mala Prawns, Lobster with Sage Garlic Butter and Caviar, and Japanese Wagyu Carpaccio with Onsen Egg: Asian-Style. These dishes are not only delightful to taste buds but also pack a nutritious punch, and boy do they look good.
What was the best school dinner menu today?
Meat Collective does these cracking pre-cooked lobsters @ $19 a piece.
I made a Home-Made Sage, Garlic Butter Recipe, by chopping up about 2 Tbsp of fresh sage and garlic and stirring it through 3/4 pack of softened salted butter.
Cut the Meat Collective lobsters in half, and lay them in a baking tray. Drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt and cracked black pepper, and then slather the sage, and garlic butter all over. Pop them in the oven for 10 minutes for the sage, and garlic butter to soak in and melt. Flame it with a chef torch and then add a small spoonful of caviar. Serve that bad boy up. Be proud Meat Collective, these were beauties.
Meat Collective offer up this INCREDIBLE Japanese Wagyu: Miyazaki Japanese A4/5 Wagyu Ribeye @ $19.80 per 100 GMS.
For the below, I thinly sliced the Japanese Wagyu Ribeye, allowed it to come to room temperature, and then gave a good sprinkle of sea salt and cracked black pepper. Dry pan-fry this as the fat in the Wagyu will release and stop it from sticking. Fry it off until it’s cooked halfway through and then flame it to medium-rare table-side with a chef torch. I love a bit of food theatre.
I served this up on a platter, as per the picture. Yummo. The kids loved this.
Enzo was the brave diner tonight and wanted to try my Japanese Wagyu Carpaccio Recipe: Asian-Style.
I trimmed up the Japanese Wagyu to remove any fatty bits, you don’t want a chewy Carpaccio. Chop that into a rough mince like the photo and pop it into a bowl. Add in a sprinkle of sea salt, cracked black pepper, a drizzle of Olive oil, one finely chopped shallot, two Tbsp of chopped capers, and half a chopped chili padi.
Tomato Basil Balsamic and Mozzarella Salad: AKA Palate Cleanser
This is my Strawberry Blonde’s favourite so I always make this for her. Because of the Balsamic vinegar acidity, makes it a really nice palate cleanser. And she looks stunning, right? I always use Heirloom Tomatoes because of the added flavour and the beautiful colours.
Slice the Heirloom Tomatoes up and pop them in a bowl. Season with sea salt and cracked black pepper. Drizzle with Olive oil and pop on a serving platter. Cut up some fresh Mozzarella and lay it over the tomatoes. Rip up some fresh Basil and throw that over the top of the salad. Drizzle with Balsamic and maybe sprinkle with a little more sea salt and Kampot black pepper.
Massive Mala Prawns
So simple. I put 5 Monster King Prawns in a zip-lock bag and added some Olive oil, sea salt, cracked black pepper, Mala paste, and some Balachan chili paste. Allow that to marinate for half a day. I popped them on a baking tray and baled them for 20 minutes until pink and puffed up. Serve with some Calamnsi limes. Delicious.
Meat Collective offer up these incredible Australian Wagyu MBS3 Tomahawks 400 days grain fed -@ $6.90 PER 100 GMS. These Tomahawks are award-winning Australian Wagyu from Lotte.
What does Lotte L'Grow have to say about itself?
The very best way to cook Tomahawk steaks is reverse searing. Set your oven to 90 degrees. Ensure you have left the steak out for an hour or so to bring it to room temperature (that allows the meat to cook evenly). Give it a monster sprinkle with sea salt and cracked black pepper (Kampot pepper if you have it) all over, like a lot. Whack that in the oven on the shelf and pop the potatoes in below so the beef juices will drip on them as it cooks.
For the potatoes: pre-boil them in salted water until soft. Dry them off and pop them in a baking tray. Give a good drizzle of Olive oil, add in about 4 TBSp of Beef Tallow, a few sprigs of fresh Thyme, add in 2 Garlic Bulbs cut in half, and give a good sprinkle of sea salt and cracked black pepper. To add an extra crisp, you can fry these off in a skillet once nicely roasted.
Once your 90 minutes is up allow that Tomahawk Steak to rest for about an hour, then heat up a skillet pan to smoking hot and sear that bad boy with a beautiful crust. Carve him up straight away like in the picture and sprinkle again with sea salt and cracked black pepper. BOOMSKI: check out that Pink2Pink PERFECTION. It’s an ISLIFEARECIPE.net signature dish.
Best School Dinner 2023: conclusion
There you have it, folks. An incredible collaboration between Meat Collective and ISLIFEARECIPE.net to make the very best school dinner. I think you’ll agree if there really were school dinners like this, I don’t think the kids would want to ever leave school.
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Discover the Taste: Meat Collective Singapore, Your Go-to Butcher
What’s better than a delicious home-cooked meal, savoured in the comfort of your own home? Especially when the dish includes meat of the finest quality. From dinner parties to everyday meals, nothing can beat the succulent flavours of a high-quality cut of meat. Enter the Meat Collective Singapore, an elegant butchery in Katong that has been delighting carnivores with its gourmet offerings. So, let’s dive in and explore why this place has garnered so much acclaim.
Meat Collective Singapore: A Haven for Meat Lovers
For all those who are particular about their cuts and craving for a truly exceptional steak, the Meat Collective Singapore is the place to be. You’ll find an array of fine cuts that you’d expect from a top-notch butcher, including New Zealand Lamb Racks, Australian Wagyu, Iberico, Dry Aged and more. The quality of their meat is undeniable. It’s a culinary haven, boasting a plethora of options for meat enthusiasts.
Sourcing: The Finest from Down Under and Beyond
Primarily sourcing their produce from Australia and New Zealand, the Meat Collective provides a choice of exotic meats that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Quality here is the watchword, with each cut echoing the rigorous standards the butcher is committed to. Expect a harmony of taste and quality, making every bite an experience to savour.
Located at the Heart of Katong
Set up shop in the lively neighbourhood of Tanjong Katong, the Meat Collective is conveniently accessible for both locals and visitors alike. Whether you’re planning a fancy dinner or simply want to indulge in a mouth-watering steak, this spot is worth the visit.
They’re open daily, making it easier for you to get your hands on their premium cuts. From Monday to Saturday, the store welcomes customers from 10:00 am to 7.30 pm, while on Sundays and Public Holidays, they’re open from 10 am to 5.30 pm. A veritable meat paradise, it’s a place you wouldn’t want to miss out on, take it from me
Impressive Selection and Service
The Meat Collective Singapore isn’t just about quality meat; it’s about the experience that accompanies it. Their wide selection of meats, welcoming environment, and excellent customer service ensures that every visit is a pleasure. The friendly staff are always ready to answer any queries, guide you through their range, and help you make the perfect choice for your culinary needs. Plus their delivery service is awesome and so very efficient.
To wrap things up, the Meat Collective Singapore is undoubtedly a must-visit destination for all meat enthusiasts. With a comprehensive selection of fine meats and their unwavering commitment to quality, you’re guaranteed a gastronomical journey like no other. Plan a visit, and discover a world of flavour, right at the heart of Katong.