Brazilian Beef Cuts

Beef Tenderloin

 

The Tenderloin yields the most tender and valued cuts of beef. Cuts from the tenderloin require very little work to taste great. Indeed, steak lovers consider it almost a sacrilege to marinate them or to cook them beyond medium rare.



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 2.0 - 2.5 Kg
Carton Packing: 2.0 - 2.5 Kg x 8

Beef Topside

 

Topside is a fairly tender piece of meat compared to other cuts from the hindquarter. It is also one of the leanest. Topside is similar to the tender Rump and can be roasted as a boneless joint or cut as steaks.



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 7 Kg
Carton Packing: 7 Kg x 3

Beef Ribeye

 

The Rib-Eye is cut from the roast that sits at the top of the rib primal. Because of excellent marbling in the meat of this cut, it is loaded with flavor and remains tender during cooking. This steak is best grilled and will remain tender up to medium well.



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 2 Kg
Carton Packing: 2 Kg x 12

Beef Eye Round

 

Beef Eye Round is cut from eye round muscle removed from the bottom round. It is naturally boneless, with an elongated shape and a slight fat covering. It is usually prepared by braising or roasting.



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 2.5 - 3.0 Kg
Carton Packing: 2.5 - 3.0 Kg x 12

Beef Striploin

 

This cut is ideal for the person who looks for a consistent quality steak that offers an extremely tasty and tender eating experience. Roast in the piece or cut into steaks.  It is best with some fat covering for flavor.



Origin: Brazil
Packing 5 Kg
Carton Packing: 5 Kg x 3

Beef Ox Tail

 

Oxtail is a bony, gelatin-rich meat, which is usually slow-cooked as a stew or braised. It is a good stock base for a soup. Oxtail requires a long time to cook since it's so bony and fatty but recent cooking methods take a shortcut by utilizing a pressure cooker. 



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 2 Kg
Carton Packing: 2 Kg x 12

Beef Liver

 

Beef Liver is a great source of high-quality protein. It is also rich in a number of minerals, vitamins, and nutrients. Beef Liver can be baked, boiled, broiled, fried, or stir-fried.



Origin: Brazil
Packing: 3 Kg
Carton Packing: 3 Kg x 4