Saskatoon: College Park 477-1959 . Millar Ave 244-4024 | Regina: 4605 Gordon Road 545-3211

Main Courses

Fully prepared entrees for all tastes and occasions. Choose from our mouth-watering selection of chicken, beef, turkey, lamb or specialty dishes.

  • SALISBURY STEAK WITH GRAVY

    salisburysteak

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480044 (FZ)$14.90 / EA EA
  • MEATZA PIZZA

    pizzachicken

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480046 (FZ)$11.90 / EA EA
  • TRADITIONAL TURKEY DINNER

    turkey

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480038 (FZ)$14.90 / EA EA
  • LASAGNA

    lasagne

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    Prairie Meats lasagna is made with lasagna noodles layered with our homemade meat sauce and all topped off with mozzarella cheese. This dish heats up easily in a 350 degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until the cheese is golden brown.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480027 (FZ)$14.90 / EA EA
  • IRISH STEW

    irishstew

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480036 (FZ)$14.90 / EA EA
  • MEALS IN MINUTES PACK

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    • 1 tray Lasagne
    • 1 tray Chicken Enchiladas
    • 1 tray Breakfast Scrambler
    • 1 tray Taco Bake
    • 1 tray Shepherds Pie
    • 1 tray Caramel Apple Bread Pudding

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    510012 (FZ)$77.90 / EA EA
  • 12″ PEPPERONI MUSHROOM PIZZA

    pizzapepperoni

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480010 (FZ)$11.90 / EA EA
  • CHICKEN SUPREME – BROCCOLI & CHEDDAR

    stuffed-chicken-breast-supreme

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    122124 (FZ)$17.39 / KG KG
  • FULLY COOKED ROAST BEEF FEAST

    Roast beef feast

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480048 (FZ)$27.90 / EA EA
  • FULLY COOKED GREEK CHICKEN DINNER

    Greek Chicken Dinner

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480049 (FZ)$24.90 / EA EA
  • CHERRY BACON CHICKEN FETTUCINI ALFREDO

    Plate of delicious freshly made fettucini carbonara ready to serve.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    490052 (FR)$11.90 / EA EA
  • CHICKEN POT PIE

    A macro shot of a chicken pot pie focus on food on fork

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480055 (FZ)$14.90 / EA EA
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A Tip by the Chef

Broiling

BROILING: Is a dry cooking method and refers to cooking food directly under or above the heat source. Food can be broiled in an oven, directly under the gas or electric heat source, or on a barbecue grill, directly over charcoal or other heat source.
For best results: Remember that your protein will continue to cook after it is removed from the direct heat and will rise in temperature 10-15 degrees depending on the size of the meat.

Beef: Beef to be broiled should be seasoned prior to cooking. It can be marinated, coated with a rub or simply seasoned with salt and pepper depending on the cut. When broiling beef the doneness can range from 135 degrees for rare to 170 degrees for well done. Dry seasoned steaks should be broiled on a medium-high to high heat. Beef that is to be basted with a sauce or that is a tougher cut should be broiled low and slow.

Poultry: Poultry should be seasoned prior to broiling. It can be marinated, coated with a rub or simply seasoned with salt and pepper. When broiling poultry it should be cooked to a final temperature of 180 degrees for well done. Poultry is best broiled on a low to medium heat because of the fat content in the skin. Poultry that is to be basted with a sauce should be broiled low and slow.

Pork: Pork should be broiled to a final temperature of 145 for medium to 170 degrees for well done. Pork can be seasoned lightly, marinated or coated with a rub. Pork can be broiled on a medium to high heat. Pork that is to be basted with a sauce or that is a tougher cut should be broiled low and slow.

Recipes by Our Chef

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PIZZA DOUGH

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[ + ] STIRFRY SAUCE
[ + ] BEEF STOCK
[ + ] BONELESS STUFFED TURKEY
[ + ] LAQUERED BACK RIBS
[ + ] ROASTED CHERRY SMOKED BACON