Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble. It’s been a year of fire and brimstone, with unseen horrors not even predicted by the canniest of soothsayers. We desperately want 2020 to come to an end but in the meantime, Halloween approaches and Team Quattro is having fun concocting spooky Autumnal fare in our creepy kitchen.
What better way to mark a gruesome year than with some pumpkin and a little bit of spice? As one of the UK’s leading food suppliers and manufacturers, we love using seasonal produce. Our favourite Halloween treats include squashes and other beautiful warming root vegetables and with flavour always a priority, our chefs harness the vibrancy of the season with leeks, beetroot, broccoli and mushrooms.
Quattro’s Autumn menu includes a hearty range of food products from ratatouille to soups; from stews to sauces and from mashes to risottos and pie fillings. Our All Hallows Eve party food is cosy, toasty, warm and delicious and is available in the form of pots and jars of all sizes and quantities.
Our reputation for excellent bespoke food development is built upon Quattro chefs’ dedication to their job of creating the most delicious fresh, chilled and ambient food products for our loyal customers.
There’s a chill in the air and we all need a carb hit to reclaim the energy sapped by the howling winds. Deck your Halloween dinner table with steaming, homely and filling fare from Quattro Foods. Some of our most popular products that fly off the shelves at this time of year include pasta sauces and pie fillings, and include:
- Beetroot pasta sauce
- Beetroot and mint ravioli filling
- Spiced butternut ravioli filling
- Sausage, butternut and sage ragu
- Wild boar ragu
- Venison stifado
- Duck ragu
- Chicken pot pie
- Vegan broccoli and cauliflower alfredo
- Chicken, ham and vegetable
- Chicken and leek
- Chicken and mushroom
- Beef bourguignon
- Chicken, ham and tarragon
- Chilli steak
- Slowed cooked pork shoulder with fennel
The Quattro chefs are in full fearsome Halloween flavour flow – be afraid…be very afraid!