Austrian Beef Whole Ribeye B-Grade (1kg)

European Beef
BF189W

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Description

These blocks were processed for a restaurant which, unfortunately, due to COVID19, had to cancel. We have a few left in stock. Selling for a reduced price. Marked as B-grade.

Simmental beef is a common breed in western Europe and known for its portion sizes, distinctive beefy flavor, and tenderness. 1kg (2.2lbs) block of ribeye. Feel free to cook as a whole roast or cut into steaks. We recommend thin-sliced ribeye steaks. This makes it very easy and quick to cook - almost like a minute steak. Although less marbled the 28 days dry-aged Simmental beef has a very distinctive - almost clean beefy flavor - not as deep as our premium Morgan Ranch Beef or our New Zealand beef - but it definitely tops every supermarket-bought steak and franchise steak house. See the cooking instructions below.

The cattle are bred free-range in small groups on the open pastures of the pristine hills and alps of Austria by family farm alliances. The feed is in-house grown and the beef is AMA certified (well known in Austria) meaning all produce has been certified of Austrian origin.

The cattle are grass-fed their entire lives and if lush green grass is not available due to the season or weather - especially during the winter - the cattle are fed a mix of all-natural grains and vitamins - all free of pesticides, GMO and nasties. By regulations, all cattle in Europe are free of antibiotics and the subtherapeutic use of antibiotics. Simmental cattle are genetically a very large animal and therefore the steak cuts are relatively big in size compared to our American or Australian cattle. See more about the breed below.

 



 

Contents

Contents 1 Roast
Weight Approx. 1kg (2.2lbs.)
Serves Serves 3-4

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (32°F)
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 48h
In ice-water: not recommended
Cooking Method Cast-Iron Skillet, Fry-Pan, Grill or Yakiniku
Expiration Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 5 days.

 

Details

Also known as Rib eye steak, Delmonico, Entrecote, Entrecôte, Scotch Fillet, Prime Rib, Rib steak
Country of Origin Austria
Ingredients Beef
Cut from Rib
Category Steaks, Roast
Packaging Individually vacuum packed

 

About Austrian Organic Simmental Beef

✔ Certified Organic in Austria. Carries the locally known and strictly controlled "AMA Bio" certification.

✔ Humanely raised and treated with respect by family farmers in Austria.

✔ 100% Austrian beef. The cattle are born, raised, harvested and processed in Austria.

✔ No subtherapeutic use of antibiotics. No use of growth hormones.

✔ Grass-fed their entire lives. When necessary, due to cold seasons: Added feed of all-natural, pesticide-free, in-house grown, GMO-free grains, minerals, and vitamins.

✔ Free-range with daily pasture grazing time when weather permits. Kept indoors in small groups in cozy stalls with a lot of hay and roaming space during harsh Austrian winters.

✔ Provides monounsaturated fatty acids Omega 3s - yes, the good fats. Including a wide range of essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, protein, B vitamins, selenium and vitamin D. 

✔ Austrian beef provides great value and comes with a lower price point compared to our high-end quality Morgan Ranch beef.

Simmental Austria

 

Simmental beef is bred for milk and beef in Austria. More than half of Austria's utilized agricultural area is grassland making milk production and cattle farming a major industry. The European Union, especially Austria put rigorous measures and laws in place that put a strong emphasis on animal welfare. On average farmers in Austria only own about 25 cows (!!) per farm - thus being referred to as micro family farms. So small most farmers can distinguish their cattle by their faces. Austrian Simmental beef is grazed on pristine alpine pastures with fresh mountain air - ethically raised with love, free of stress creating quality beef that is appreciated worldwide. The feed and the pastures are certified organic, free of pesticides and GMO. Simmental cattle are not treated with antibiotics or growth hormones. Small family farms don't own their own processing and export facilities and therefore sell their cattle in alliances to processors who pack and export to Japan.

 

At A Glance

Cattle Breed Simmental (locally known as Fleckvieh)
Farm/Ranch Alliance of independent family farms in Austria
Region Upper and Lower Austria
Breeding All year free-range. Kept indoors in cozy stalls during harsh winter seasons of Austria.
Feeding Grass-fed their entire lives. When necessary due to cold seasons: Fed a balanced mix home-grown grains, vitamins, and minerals. All pesticide-free, GMO-free of Austrian origin.
Traceability 100% fully traceable from ranch to fork. Strictly regulated.
Export and Processing Austria
 

Beef Ribeye Steak Recipe Instructions

 Austrian Simmental Beef

Completely defrost in the fridge and cut into thin steaks. Let the steak breathe at room temperature for about 10 minutes.

Austrian Simmental Beef

Rub with freshly ground coarse black pepper and sea salt or your favorite steak spice.

Austrian Simmental Beef

Because steak is thin you need to cook it on high heat. Prepare the skillet or fry-pan to high heat. Use a bit of olive oil or unsalted butter. Place the steak on the fry-pan or skillet only when hot. You need to hear it sizzle. 

Austrian Simmental Beef

Sear and keep turning to make sure both sides are crispy brown and caramelized. No worries about the internal temperature. Usually, the steak is done in 5 minutes. Remove from the heat once firm to the touch.

Austrian Simmental Beef

There is no need for resting time. Ready to be served right away. 

Austrian Organic Simmental Beef

Slice and sprinkle with sea salt for best presentation.

Austrian Organic Simmental Beef

Eat while warm for the best experience and flavor. Enjoy.

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