Step up your slow-cooking skills with Meatse’s unbeatable
Also known as
beef shank, this cut is taken from the lower leg of the cow, meaning it contains a significant amount of connective tissue and bone marrow. This hard-working muscle is tough to start but becomes tender and moist when slow-cooked.
As the collagens break down, your
beef shinwill take on a soft, gelatinous texture bursting with umami flavour. This will only be enhanced when the shin is cooked in stews, braises, or soups, where it can absorb the flavours of other ingredients and spices.
Take osso buco, for example. This traditional Italian dish works best with
beef shinbraised with vegetables, white wine, and broth. Serve it with gremolata (a mix of lemon zest, garlic, and parsley) and risotto or polenta for the taste of Lombard at home.
If you have a hearty stew recipe of your own, beef shin will take it to the next level. Simply simmer the meat with vegetables, herbs, broth, or red wine until tender. If you’re more of a pasta person, you can use beef shin to create a meat-based ragu sauce.
Meatse’s beef shin imparts flavours like no other.
Storage : Keep refrigerated and consume within 3 days