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BBQ Beef Steak

These bbq steaks are excellent value and make a great steak burger and require no preparation. Also excellent for braising and wet dish applications.

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Brisket Whole 3kg

LOW and SLOW is what it’s all about with Beef Brisket.

It takes time to make great things and Beef Brisket is the top of the list for low and slow cooking.

Beef Eye Fillet Steak

If your preference is tenderness over flavour this is your ticket. This un-used muscle is the rolls royce of cuts and has many options.

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Eye Fillet Steak (Lean)

Correct Weight beef steaks are lean and super healthy. Here’s some tips to help you cook yours just right.

  1. Take it out of the fridge and let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before cooking.
  2.  Coat both sides of the steak with a little olive or grapeseed oil. This will seal the surface and means you need little or no oil on the pan or BBQ plate.
  3. The rule of thumb for cooking is 3 minutes per side on a hot pan, but it can vary and there are ways to test for doneness. Chef Adrian Richardson has some good advice.
  4.  Let it rest. Once you take the steak off the heat, instantly wrap it in foil and let it sit for 3 minutes.

Beef Filet Mignon

A deliciously tender piece of Beef Eye Fillet, wrapped in bacon for extra flavour. Perfect for impressing that special someone with a restaurant quality meal!

400g = 2 pieces
800g = 4 pieces
1.2kg = 6 pieces

Beef Osso Bucco

Traditional Italian offering , these slices from the shank are SO flavoursome and require the patience of slow cooking but the results are bellissimo!

500g = 3 – 5 pieces

Beef Pepper Steak

BBQ steaks with a pepper seasoning. These boys will also liven up a casserole !

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Round Steak

These guys, like rump, are from the hind quarter. Topside and round steaks are very lean cuts and need a little loving if using as steaks as they are very low in fat. In cooking less is more.

500g = 2-3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Round Steak (Lean)

Correct Weight beef steaks are lean and super healthy. Here’s some tips to help you cook yours just right.

1. Take it out of the fridge and let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before cooking.
2. Coat both sides of the steak with a little olive or grapeseed oil. This will seal the surface and means you need little or no oil on the pan or BBQ plate.
3. The rule of thumb for cooking is 3 minutes per side on a hot pan, but it can vary and there are ways to test for doneness. Chef Adrian Richardson has some good advice.
4. Let it rest. Once you take the steak off the heat, instantly wrap it in foil and let it sit for 3 minutes.

Beef Rump Steak

If you are looking for a great combination of taste and eating quality look no further . The rump steak is a BBQ favourite and rightly so.

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Rump Steak (Lean)

Correct Weight beef steaks are lean and super healthy. Here’s some tips to help you cook yours just right.

1. Take it out of the fridge and let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before cooking.
2. Coat both sides of the steak with a little olive or grapeseed oil. This will seal the surface and means you need little or no oil on the pan or BBQ plate.
3. The rule of thumb for cooking is 3 minutes per side on a hot pan, but it can vary and there are ways to test for doneness. Chef Adrian Richardson has some good advice.
4. Let it rest. Once you take the steak off the heat, instantly wrap it in foil and let it sit for 3 minutes.

Beef Rump Steak Grain Fed

One of the first products in our Grain Fed range, this Rump Steak is derived from Beef which is grain fed for 100 days giving it an amazing flavour.

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Sirloin Steak

A boneless loin cut that is great eating. “sirloin”actually comes from the middle french term “surlonge” meaning “over loin”. Sorry King Henry v111, as romantic as it sounds you can’t claim knighting the meat.

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Beef Sirloin Steak (Lean)

Correct Weight beef steaks are lean and super healthy. Here’s some tips to help you cook yours just right.

1. Take it out of the fridge and let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes before cooking.
2. Coat both sides of the steak with a little olive or grapeseed oil. This will seal the surface and means you need little or no oil on the pan or BBQ plate.
3. The rule of thumb for cooking is 3 minutes per side on a hot pan, but it can vary and there are ways to test for doneness. Chef Adrian Richardson has some good advice.
4. Let it rest. Once you take the steak off the heat, instantly wrap it in foil and let it sit for 3 minutes.