Grass Fed Diced Beef Shin
Easy to prepare and delicious cooked as slowly as possible. Read more
Why we love this
Easy to prepare and cooked as slowly as possible.
There's little that's more comforting, warming or traditional than a rich, hearty beef stew. Our Grass Fed Diced Beef Shin will yield ultimate tenderness and full-bodied flavour.
Beef shin is one of the most hardworking parts of the beef carcass, so needs long cooking at a low heat to relax the muscle and melt all the gelatinous bits. It's well worth the wait, though and will result in a dish that melts in the mouth.
100% Grass Fed Beef
To defrost the beef shin, place into a bowl of cool water (still in its packaging) and leave for approximately 10 minutes.
Preheat a fan assisted oven to 150C.
In a bowl place a handful of plain flour, lightly season the flour with salt and pepper and toss the beef shin through the flour.
Add some Beef Dripping or Ghee to a castiron pot and place on a medium-high heat. Add the beef shin to the pot and carefully brown. Remove the braising beef from the pot and set aside.
To the pot add a few halved shallots and cook until soft. Add a small handful of garden herbs, a couple of cloves of garlic, a glass of red wine and a pouch of Beef Stock.
Return the beef to the pot and place the lid on top.
Move the pot into the oven and cook for 2-3 hours, until the beef is beautifully tender.
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