An easy dinner option for many Australians is a thick and juicy rump steak on the barbecue.
Even though sometimes you just can’t go past this great meal, there are plenty of other quality cuts of organic meat you might not know about.
Here are some new cuts of beef to try with your family for dinner:
People tend to forget about this cut. When slow cooked in a crock pot for several hours, it produces delicious flavour and has a texture that can only be described as melt-in-your-mouth. Try serving your organic corned silverside with healthy vegetables like baby carrots and beans.
Flank skirts are great for braised recipes or for use in stews and casseroles. Although not the most tender of cuts, skirt benefits from slow cooking to result in tasty, succulent meat. Cook with hearty chopped vegetables like potatoes, carrots and onions, and season with plenty of black pepper, lemon zest and sage.
T-bone steaks are a loin cut that can be tossed on the barbecue like a normal steak, and they cook fast. However, this cut is slightly different and comes with a bone in the middle, providing two neat portions of steak on either side. Add seasoning like rosemary, garlic and a drizzle of olive oil to make these steaks mouth-watering.
Prime ribs are among the most tender of organic beef cuts and are perfect for slow roasting in the oven to get the best result. Rub with a combination of olive oil, salt, parsley, thyme and garlic to ensure the ribs burst with flavour.
These are just some of the delicious cuts that grass-fed beef can give us – why not try a challenge to see who in your family can make each cut taste the best?