Rump Cap Picanha


Brazilian BBQ meat, the Rump Cap, Picanha is a cut of beef taken from the top of the rump. You might also know it as a rump cover, rump cap, sirloin cap or even culotte steak.
It is triangular in shape and surrounded by a thick layer of fat called a fat cap. Because it is not an overused muscle, this cut remains beautifully tender and juicy, producing an amazing flavour when cooked.

Average weight per rump cap 1.5 - 2kg

Find the nutrition information below, and
here's a video showing how to cook this mouth-watering cut to perfection
Cooking the Picanha

Picanha | Rump cap | Uruguayan Meats

Nutrition Information
Typical Values 100g raw as sold contains
Energy 837kJ (201kcal)
Protein 21.6g
Carbohydrate 0g
Sugars 0g
Fat 12.7g
Saturates 5.6g
Fibre 0g
Salt 0.3g