At Aussie Meat - Our fresh and chilled hormone free grain-fed Australian Black Angus beef striploin, also known as sirloin, is found along the spine in the hindquarter, running from the ribs to the rump. Coming from muscles that do less work, sirloin steaks have less fat and connective tissue making them lean, notably tender and juicy.
Australian Black Angus Grain-Fed Striploin (Sirloin) steaks are perfect for your Sunday BBQs. This popular cut is best cooked using high temperature methods. Sirloin steaks can also be thinly sliced for use in stir-fries.
Riverina Australian Black Angus beef is particularly noted for its distinctive natural marbling, flavour and tenderness. Riverina Black Angus Beef delivers a reliable and consistent product to the most discerning customers.
Riverina Angus Beef is verified under the JBS Angus program. This program has been developed in line with strict industry standards. The verification ensures the highest level of traceability and integrity throughout our Angus supply chain. It is independently verified and overseen by industry regulators.
Australian Black Angus cattle are hand selected from accredited farms, where special attention is placed on the art of selective breeding utilising finely tuned genetics. These cattle are then grain fed on a specially formulated high protein grain ration for over 120 days, to ensure superior marbling and consistent eating quality.
Brand: Riverina Angus Beef
Area: Southern NSW
Breed: Black Angus
Feed: Fed a ration of wheat, oats and barley
Grading: MSA Graded
Marbling: MB 2+
Limited supplies weekly.
HOW TO PREPARE BBQ STEAK?
Our butchers cut to order as accurately as possible but there maybe a slight variation. Our products are snap frozen to maintain its texture, flavour and for ease of transport across Hong Kong.
Images are indicatives only. Storage recommendation: Chilled 0-4C, Frozen -20C.
At Aussie Meat - Our fresh and chilled hormone free grain-fed Australian Black Angus beef striploin, also known as sirloin, is found along the spine in the hindquarter, running from the ribs...