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

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

  • HONEY BLACK FOREST TURKEY BREAST ROAST

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    Our honey black forest turkey breast roast is made in a traditional way with full muscle turkey breast that is tumbled in our own seasonings with honey.  It is then pressed into a caramel casing and smoked in house with our signature blend of wood chips.

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    275317 (FR)$30.4 / KG KG
  • THAI CHICKEN

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    Tender breaded pieces of chicken ready for the oven.  It comes with our sweet and spicy Thai sauce.

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    266522 (FZ)$25.90 / CS (1.81 KG) CS
  • GINGER CHICKEN

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    Prairie Meats ginger chicken are strips of breaded chicken breast. Simply heat on a cookie sheet in a 375 degree oven for 10-15 minutes and add the provided ginger sauce for a quick and easy meal.  Try adding some julienned peppers and onions and serve on a bed of steamed rice.

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    420061 (FZ)$24.90 / CS (1.8 KG) CS
  • BEEF STEW

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    Prairie Meats beef stew is made with cubed beef chuck and our own beef gravy.  It contains just the right amount of vegetables to make a hearty, satisfying meal for any family. Simply cover with foil and reheat in a 350 degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until hot.

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    480039 (FZ)$12.90 / EA EA
  • HONEY GARLIC MEATBALLS

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    We bake our homemade meatballs and toss them in a sweet honey garlic sauce.  They are easily reheated in a 350 degree oven for 25-30 minutes.  Try serving them with rice as a meal or by themselves as an appetizer.

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    480022 (FZ)$11.90 / EA EA
  • CHILI

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    Prairie Meats own home made chili starts of with fresh medium ground beef and a plethora of vegetables.  It can be served in a bread bowl or can even be topped with cheese and be used as a dip for tortilla chips.

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    480007 (FZ)$12.90 / EA EA
  • SHEPHERD’S PIE

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    Our shepherd’s pie is a mix of cooked medium ground beef, vegetables and our own homemade gravy topped with creamy mashed potatoes.  This dish is a meal in itself and is easily heated for 30-45 minutes in a 350 degree oven.

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    480014 (FZ)$11.90 / EA EA
  • TERIYAKI MEATBALLS

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    We bake our homemade meatballs and toss them in our own teriyaki sauce.  They are easily reheated in a 350 degree oven for 25-30 minutes.  Try serving them with rice as a meal or by themselves as an appetizer.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480025 (FZ)$11.90 / CS (1.13 KG) CS
  • SWEET ‘N’ SOUR MEATBALLS

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    We bake our homemade meatballs and toss them in our own sweet and sour sauce.  They are easily reheated in a 350 degree oven for 25-30 minutes.  Try serving them with rice as a meal or by themselves as an appetizer.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    480024 (FZ)$11.90 / CS (1.13 KG) CS
  • BEEF AU JUS

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    Our beef jus is made from the drippings of our roast beef.  It is then thickened, and is perfect for roast beef dips or prime rib dinners.

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    480028 (FZ)$2.90 / EA EA
  • VEAL CORDON BLEU

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    Prairie Meats Veal Cordon Bleu starts off with an all natural veal hip cutlet that is slightly flattened and filled with ham, bleu cheese and garlic butter.  The stuffed cutlet is then breaded in our seasoned crumb mixture and par fried till golden brown.  This product requires further cooking in a 350oF oven for approximately 30 to 45 minutes from frozen.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    256197 (FZ)$9.90 / KG KG

    Or Buy Bulk & Save!

    CodePrice / UnitQty
    256196 () $15.90 / CS (10 PC) CS
  • BREADED VEAL CUTLET

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    Veal cutlets are typically cut from the leg of a calf. The slice is usually about ¼” thick and can be purchased tenderized and unbreaded. Breaded cutlets are floured, egg washed and breaded with wheat crumb. They can then be pan fried until cooked.

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    CodePrice / UnitQty
    256198 (FZ)$29.90 / CS (2.27 KG) CS
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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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BEEF STOCK

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[ + ] BONELESS STUFFED TURKEY
[ + ] LAQUERED BACK RIBS
[ + ] ROASTED CHERRY SMOKED BACON