Beef FlanksBeef Flanks
The beef flank is a boneless cut of lean meat that is intensely flavorful. Grilling or frying it brings out its delicious side, so these are the best methods for preparing the meat. Using soy sauce, brown sugar, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, and black pepper, you can create a delicious marinade that will only enhance the beef flank’s flavor to your enjoyment.
Beef Loin TailBeef Loin Tail
The loin tail comes from the flank or underside portion of the cow’s hindquarter or under the short loin. You can slice the beef very thinly so you can stir-fry it with some garlic cloves and ginger for an easy-to-cook treat. Or, you can can always go for the classic kebabs by slicing the meat into chunks, marinating them with oil and herbs, then placing each piece on a skewer for roasting.
Beef Shank Bone InBeef Shank Bone In
Beef Shank is also known as the hindshank, to distinguish from foreshank. Primarily used in restaurants for bulalo, pochero, and osso bucco. Beef shank is a tough meet due to its constant use of muscle. It is best to cook it for a long time, and perfect for soup.
Beef Shank SliceBeef Shank Slice
The beef shank is the leg portion of a heifer or steer. This meat on this part tends to be dry and tough, so it’s a good idea to cook it for a long time in order to soften it. In order to get it to fall off the bone, be sure to boil and simmer it for no less than three hours.
Beef Shin Bone InBeef Shin Bone In
The beef shin bone-in cut is taken from the shin area, which makes it less tender than other cuts. However, it makes up for it with the presence of the bone marrow containing rich, flavorful fat that’s perfect for soups or saucy dishes. To tenderize it, you’ll need to invest in an adequate amount of slow-cooking time until it’s soft enough to melt in your mouth.
Beef StriploinBeef Striploin
A strip loin is typically a well-marbled cut of meat taken from the short loin. These can be made into the popular strip steaks, which are not only easy to cook, but are perfectly suited for either cooking on a grill or a cast-iron skillet. The simplest and the best way to prepare a strip loin is to season it with some salt and pepper, then laying it out on a hot grill.
Beef TenderloinBeef Tenderloin
The tenderloin is the most tender cut of beef you can sink your teeth into. It’s the source of the famous filet mignon, or tenderloin steak, which is quite easy to marinade and cook at home. With a simple marinade made from olive oil, balsamic vinegar, kosher salt, ground black pepper, garlic, and herbs like thyme and rosemary, you can roast this cut until it’s cooked perfectly to your taste.