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New York Strip steak
Taste what some of the finest restaurants in the world serve. With its dense texture and marbling it oozes deliciousness. Paired with a generous helping of beetroot fries, this steak would make the perfect entrée.
Cook on the fat side first for even greater flavour. It’s South America’s favourite beef cut, especially so in Brazil. Enjoy this cut with a herb-filled chimichurri or pesto of your choice.
Treat yourself to the most lean and tender cut available. Its buttery texture is melt-in-your-mouth and so easy to prepare too. Pair your fillet steak with bacon for extra decadence.
Big and juicy; these might not be as tender as fillet, but have more flavour. Rump steak is known to carry the flavours of chilli- or barbecue-based rubs very well. Alternatively, your favourite marinade will do.
whole sirloin Steak
Flavourful and versatile, this cut always makes an impression at a dinner party. Roast as a whole, then slice into beautiful individual portions. This steak is perfect for a braai, so next time simply pop the entire steak on a hot griddle and enjoy.
Enjoy the best of both worlds, with tender fillet and flavourful sirloin in one cut. When cooking, remember the meat next to the bone will be more rare than the rest.
Prime rib-eye steak
The marbling in this cut makes it oh-so juicy. The bone also adds extra flavour to the meat. Try it with a button mushroom sauce or a Port wine reduction.
Tender and finely textured, it’s suitable for dry-heat cooking like grilling and broiling. Dust with flour beforehand to seal in the juices. Subtly infuse the steak with herbs to complement the steak's natural flavours.
This cut has the most marbling of all, which is why it's so tender, juicy and rich in buttery flavours. Pair your rib-eye steak with a simple raspberry or herb butter sauce.
Best described as a very big T-bone steak, you need to be generous with your seasoning on this cut. We suggest a salsa verde or a thyme-infused butter, to mention but two of the possible flavour pairings.
ladies rump Steak
With less than 3% fat and cut to a 200 g portion, it’s perfect for a lady-sized meal. Have a friend over for lunch and pair with a Warm Asian Potato and Beef Salad for a fast and fabulous meal.
New Bavette Steak
Bavette steak is a thin, flavourful fan-shaped cut that is an extension of the T-bone. It’s delicious grilled, stir-fried or pan-fried and is best served rare to medium.