Grass-fed Chuck Steak

Swan Hill / Breakout River Meats Cowra dry-aged fresh body beef. Average steak weight is 350-450g. See below for free dicing options.


Cooking with chuck steak - Chuck is best slow cooked. This breaks down the connective tissue which tenderises the meat and creates the gravy for your casserole. It has a great flavour that is unique from other similar cuts like Gravy Beef and Shin and when cooked right has a texture that feels more tender and juicy to chew than other braising steaks.


A Chop Shop favourite recipe - Guinness Stew / Pies -
Lightly coat 2kg of diced chuck with flour, salt and pepper then brown using tablespoons of olive oil (chilli infused if you have some) in a stock pot. Add 2 diced onions, 3 chunky cut carrots, 1 small diced sweet potato, a handfull of chopped mushrooms, 2 handfulls of celery chunks, 7 tablespoons of tomato paste (or a small jar), around 1-1.5L Guinness, 3 beef stock cubes or equivalent real stock, 5 bay leaves, 1 cup chopped flat leaf parsley. Slow cook with lid on for 3-10 hours then remove lid and reduce sauce to thicken when you are ready to eat. If you are after beef and Guinness pies you can pour the stew into pie pots and cover with puff pastry or make a base and lid for a whole pie. Serve with mash.

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Swan Hill / Breakout River Meats Cowra dry-aged fresh body beef. Average steak weight is 350-450g. See below for free dicing options.

Cooking with chuck steak - Chuck is best slow cooked. This breaks down the connective tissue which tenderises the meat and creates the gravy for your casserole. It has a great flavour that is unique from other similar cuts like Gravy Beef and Shin and when cooked right has a texture that feels more tender and juicy to chew than other braising steaks.

A Chop Shop favourite recipe - Guinness Stew / Pies -
Lightly coat 2kg of diced chuck with flour, salt and pepper then brown using tablespoons of olive oil (chilli infused if you have some) in a stock pot. Add 2 diced onions, 3 chunky cut carrots, 1 small diced sweet potato, a handfull of chopped mushrooms, 2 handfulls of celery chunks, 7 tablespoons of tomato paste (or a small jar), around 1-1.5L Guinness, 3 beef stock cubes or equivalent real stock, 5 bay leaves, 1 cup chopped flat leaf parsley. Slow cook with lid on for 3-10 hours then remove lid and reduce sauce to thicken when you are ready to eat. If you are after beef and Guinness pies you can pour the stew into pie pots and cover with puff pastry or make a base and lid for a whole pie. Serve with mash.

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