One cut of the tenderloin often referred to as the Chateaubriand - basically a gigantic filet steak. You can either cut the roast into smaller steak medallions (filet mignons) or cook the roast as is and then serve sliced. This is the ideal roast for special occasions and the holiday season, best suited for a gathering. The tenderloin is the most tender part of all beef cuts. If you are looking for fork-tender and lean roasts or steaks - choose tenderloin cuts. For roasting, you'll need an oven. First, season, then sear all sides in butter in the frying pan on very high heat, then wrap in aluminum foil and slowly roast in an oven at 180°C (350°F) for approx. 40 minutes until the internal temperature reaches 50°C (120°F). Or cut into smaller steaks and cook in the fry-pan or skillet. Everyone loves to have their own steak. Please note that this roast is the smaller version of our 1kg roast. All images shown are from the 1kg roast which is double in size. See cooking instructions below.
100% grass-fed pasture-raised beef from Australia - the land of grass-fed beef. This is not only 100% grass-fed beef, but this is also free of antibiotics, growth hormones, and free of GMOs - if you are looking for 100% clean grass-fed and grass-finished beef with a high red meat to fat ratio Great Southern ist your best choice. Great Southern beef is produced in the southern areas of Australia, where year-round rainfall coupled with Australia’s beautiful sunshine, yield exceptional pastures for cattle to graze on. Read more below.
approx. 500g (1.1lbs)
Shipping & Handling
Shipping and delivery is frozen
Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)
In the fridge: approx. 48h In ice-water: Not recommended
Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months) Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 5 days.
✔ 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef. Pasture-fed for life.
✔ Humanely raised and treated with respect by family-owned farms.
✔ Free of growth-promoting hormones.
✔ Free of antibiotics.
✔ No GMOs. No pesticides used.
✔ Non-commodity. Quality reserved for the high-end restaurant market.
✔ Provides good value and comes with a lower price point compared to our high-end Morgan Ranch Beef.
✔ 100% Grass-fed beef has significantly lower calories than grass-fed and grain-finished beef.
✔ Grass-fed beef is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, yes the good fats.
✔ 100% grass-fed beef is less harmful to the environment than conventional beef since the amount of greenhouse gas emissions are lower.
✔ 100% grass-fed beef - compared to grass-fed and grain-finished beef has higher concentrations of the following nutritions: antioxidants, some vitamins, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and the long-chain omega-3 fats mostly found in fish. It also has less fat overall.
Enveloped by The Great Dividing Range, refreshed by the pure, clean air and nourished with the Great Southern Ocean’s high rainfall – the cattle enjoy some of the world’s best living conditions. Covering an area larger than most European countries, the year-round lush, fertile pastures produce the vital ingredient for large scale grazing success. This is the perfect environment to raise the finest British and European breeds of cattle. These breeds are renowned for their superior genetics. Every family farm has been handpicked for its strong focus on growing animals the right way, genetics, and quality.
At A Glance
English Hereford and Black Angus Breed
Hand-picked and contracted family farms
100% free-range on open pastures for life.
100% grass-fed for life on open pasture.
100% fully traceable from farm to fork.
Export and Processing
Imported chilled, never frozen into Japan. Exclusively processed and flash frozen for freshness and longevity locally in Japan.
For roasting, completely defrost the roast slowly in the fridge. Remove from the packaging and let it rest on the countertop for at least 15 minutes to reach close to room temperature. The color changes to vivid red.
Handle as regular steaks. See cooking instructions for filet mignon steaks at the bottom of the page here.
If you prefer a large roast instead of smaller steaks, follow this: Trim off excess fat, silverskin, and tendon. Tie the roast for a more even shape when roasting. Season with coarse sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Optionally add garlic powder and dried thyme leaves to the roast. Prepare a skillet or a frying pan, add salt-free butter, and turn the heat to the hottest possible.
All we want to do is sear the outside of the roast before roasting it in the oven. So the frying pan or skillet needs to be extremely hot so that the outside becomes caramelized and crispy within seconds.
Cook on every side for less than 10 seconds. Turn often. Make sure the range hood is turned on. This will create a lot of fumes.
Lightly cover the roast in aluminum foil (keep it open!) and place it on an oven tray.
Preheat the oven to 180°C and place the tray in the middle for approx. 40 minutes. Depending on your oven size and type of oven, it may take more or less. To be sure not to overcook this beautiful piece measure with a meat thermometer every 15 minutes.
In the meanwhile cook (better: steam) the vegetables. There are many choices such as mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts or mixed vegetables, etc. For extra taste, cook the vegetables in the same frying pan that was used for the sear.
Once the core of the roast has reached 50°C (120°F Fahrenheit) take the roast out of the oven, remove the aluminum foil and let it rest on a cutting board for about 10 minutes.
Use the juices from the oven pan to make beef gravy sauce. Simply add flour and keep stirring. Add salt and pepper (taste first before adding). If the sauce is not thick enough add a cube of beef stock. If it is too thick, add water.
Slice the roast on the dining table in front of your guests or family. Make sure to use a long sharp knife.
The perfectly cooked roast is evenly cooked medium-rare from outside to inside.
Add vegetables or mashed potatoes and beef gravy sauce. Sprinkle with sea salt. Enjoy.
Translated from Japanese: It is convenient that you can take it out of the vinyl bag and use it as it is, and the size is also good.
Occasionally, there is something long to the neck and there is resistance (when you remove it).
You can shop with confidence because the store is very friendly.
Translated from Japanese: I purchased it to make bone broth. Although it’s bones, there is a lot of meat compared to those from Japanese chicken farmers, so it’s a good deal. The soup stock that I got is also delicious. I will order again.
Purchased to make bone broth!
Translated from Japanese: I buy it to make bone broth and make soup every day. Many chickens feed on grains and corn, but since these chickens here were only grass-fed, you can make a complete soup that removes lectin! I reorder this every time I run out!
Translated from Japanese: Chicken without antibiotics, growth-promoting hormones, genetically modified feeds, or chemicals.
I made soup with no concerns. It had a good smell and was very delicious.
Organic and delicious
Translated from Japanese: Looking for healthy chicken bones, I found this shop. It's organic and very tasty, and I got a chicken bone soup that soaked into my body. Thank you. I will buy it again.
Translated from Japanese: Although I have bought several types of chicken here already, it’s my first time trying this whole chicken.
To prepare it carefully, I washed it, but even so, there was no fat or blood on the chicken.
It was the same with the other chicken products I already tried, but there was also not the characteristic (strong) smell of chicken.
Because it’s hard to know the chicken’s life from the packs that you can find in the supermarket, I could finally feel with this product that the chicken’s life was spent preciously. I’m thankful I’m able to enjoy this chicken meat and won’t waste a bite, as one shouldn’t forget this animal once had a precious life, too.
Although I boiled it for 1½ hours, the meat didn’t get dry, the fat sticking to the meat had no unpleasant smell and I got a soup with a golden color.
I order all the meat I need from this store, I’ve come to not like any other ones.
Although I eat a lot less meat now, I have not become a vegetarian or vegan yet, so I think I want to not forget to at least be thankful for the meal this chicken gave me.
I’m sorry for this long comment.
I will order again.
I tried a whole chicken for the first time.
Translated from Japanese: Preciously raised chickens packaged carefully (for delivery) arrived in the best condition possible.
I grilled it with natural salt and thyme from my garden. It was really delicious, a complete success. Even cooled down packed inside a bento, there is no unpleasant smell.
Thank you HORIZON FARMS!! (｡◕ˇДˇ◕｡)/
Translated from Japanese: With this product, I made roast chicken for the first time.
I marinated it for 1 hour with salt and pepper and rosemary. After filling the chicken with garlic, I baked it thoroughly in the oven.
My daughter was so happy! “This is incredibly delicious!!!” She said.
I know that if you defrost this store’s chicken, you have to process it cleanly.
Inside a vacuum pack, the quality also remains the same.
It was really delicious meat.
More than the smell, the taste was rich in flavor.
It was amazing!!!
My daughter has a pesticide and antibiotics allergy.
For that reason, we bought the most expensive organic chicken meat we could find in a supermarket to cook with it.
But the quality of the oil of the top-grade supermarket chicken and this store’s chicken is different!
Even if you eat a lot, your stomach doesn’t feel heavy.
Surprisingly, it was even a pleasure to clean the plates and the oven.
I want to film myself cleaning and show everyone.
Used for Samgyetang
Translated from Japanese: I ordered it to make Samgyetang and because it’s a whole chicken, I put ginseng inside it.
I made a full soup like that, ate the meat at home and took the soup to work with me so I could drink it there. The body heats up from it.
Because I’m used to it, I break the chicken into adequate pieces for myself, use the frames for soup, freeze whatever is left and cook what I need.
Eating just one wing is economical.
Translated from Japanese: You can get a rich and sweet beef soup! It's so good that I feel troubled if I don't have it in stock!
Translated from Japanese: I made bone broth!
It was more delicious than I imagined and I was impressed.
My 0-year-old daughter also devoured them. I ate this soup with cooked rice! I will definitely order again!
I made a delicious bone broth
Translated from Japanese: I bought them because I wanted to make bone broth. I was able to get a very elegant and very delicious soup. The first time I used the oxtails, I put vegetables in, removed the meat and added a little water without vegetables to get the soup. The second time, I will eat it with delight when I give it to my seniors. I really want to give the bones to my dog, but sadly it doesn't have enough teeth.
Thank you for the delicious tail! It was very beautiful.
Translated from Japanese: I made tail soup ✨
You can make the best soup stock (out of these beef oxtails) ✨
Thank you ✨
Translated from Japanese: I tried to make tail soup. The meat turned soft in a short time and it was the best!
Translated from Japanese: I used it for stewed dishes.
It was very delicious.
Grass-fed lamb shanks
Translated from Japanese: Great lamb shank!
When you open the pack, the meat is clean and has no odor. Just boil it with flavored vegetables such as tomatoes and onion bay leaves for two and a half hours ... A faint lamb scent, plenty of flavor, and meat is fluffy ... It has become a luxurious pot-au-feu.
Grass-fed lamb shanks
Translated from Japanese: I didn't know that New Zealand pesticide-free grass fed, antibiotics, and hormone-free lamb meat would be available at such a reasonable price.
It was packed properly in a well-frozen state and arrived the day after the order was placed.
When simmered in an ordinary pot with only vegetables and natural salt for 2 hours, the meat became surprisingly tender, and the bone marrow melted in the soup, giving it a strong flavor. Surprisingly, it has no odor.
When I lived in New Zealand, I saw many grazing sheep. It was impressive that I walked around the lush meadows freely and was grazing.
Translated from Japanese: The most delicious stewed meat. It's lamb and the meat itself has a light taste, but it's the best if you season it well. This time, I made pot-au-feu, put in salt and granule kelp soup stock, a tea bag of bouquet garni, a small amount of light soy sauce, and a small amount of pure rice liquor, and boiled green pepper. It seems that tomato sauce and white sauce can be used, too (reinforcement of the delicious "flavor" is essential). The fascia part is sticky and slippery, and the tendon part is fine and chewy and delicious. It's finer than the shin meat of adult beef, and it's only cheek meat that is comparable to this. Delicious.
The recommended stew time is about 1.5-2.5 hours.
The cost performance is good
Translated from Japanese: The meat part was delicious. I put all 3 packs together and made a marrow soup. I boiled it for about 5 minutes. I think this is a product that is delicious and has excellent cost performance.