Hereford Beef - Braising Steak (approx 1kg)


Hereford Beef - cattle reared locally, traditionally grass-fed in a stress-free environment. Braising steak is a term that covers various cuts of beef where the muscles are harder, meaning the meat needs to be cooked more slowly to become tender. Because braising steak needs to be cooked more slowly it is perfect for stews, casseroles and other slow-cooking dishes

Finest Local British Beef - Braising Steak
1kg packs (approx)

The Hereford is one of the oldest British native breeds of cattle, producing the highest quality, grass-fed beef. Hereford Beef is renowned for its succulence and tenderness, thanks especially to a grass-based diet, which contributes significantly to the meat’s sensational flavour.

Find nutrition information below, and here's a great video recipe:
Braised Steak and Onions video

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Nutrition Information
Typical Values 100g raw as sold contains
Energy 905kJ (220kcal)
Protein 18.4g
Carbohydrate 0g
Sugars 0g
Fat 16.0g
Saturates 6.7g
Mono Unsaturates 7.1g
Polyunsaturates 0.6g
Fibre 0g
Sodium* 0.1g
*Salt Equivalent 0.1g