Let's Talk About Grass Fed Lean Beef Mince
Sometimes lean meat is prefered over the fatty cuts…..& that’s okay!
There is no reason why you have to miss out on your favourite bolognaise or taco recipe. A great alternative to our traditional grass fed beef mince, is our super lean grass fed beef mince.
Our super grass fed mince is minced fresh to order daily. We use only the leanest cuts of beef which is topside. This is then totally denuded of all fat.
To go even further we even remove any tiny areas of fat to make it that extra bit leaner. But why does it matter that it is minced from lean grass fed meat?
First, let's talk about the benefits of eating grass-fed beef
Grass-fed beef is raised on natural grasses, which means it is higher in beneficial nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). This type of beef also contains less saturated fat and more protein than traditional beef. So not only does it taste great, but it's also a healthier option for you and your family.
Eating grass-fed beef is not just a trend, it's a conscious choice that has many benefits for our health and the environment, so when it comes to your family want to make sure they are eating the best quality food that not only tastes great but also provides essential nutrients that are hard to come by naturally anywhere else.
Now onto the recipes! Here are three delicious and easy ideas for cooking
with lean grass-fed beef mince:
Lean Grass-Fed Beef Mince Tacos: Start by browning the beef mince in a pan with some onion and garlic. Add your favourite taco seasoning and even a can of black beans as an option. Let simmer for a few minutes. Serve in taco shells with your favourite toppings, such as avocado, lettuce, tomatoes, salsa, shredded cheese & sour cream.
Lean Grass-Fed Beef Mince Shepherd's Pie: Brown the lean beef mince in a large skillet with some diced carrots and celery. Add some tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, and beef broth, and simmer for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare some mashed potatoes, to mix it up you can even use sweet potato instead. Transfer the lean beef mince mixture to a baking dish, top with the mashed potatoes, and bake in the oven for about 20 minutes, or until golden brown
Lean Grass-Fed Beef Mince Stuffed Peppers: Cut the tops off of some capsicum and remove the seeds and membranes. Brown the lean beef mince with some diced onion and garlic, and optionally add some cooked rice and chopped tomatoes. Stuff the mixture into the peppers, top with some shredded cheese, and bake in the oven for about 25 minutes.
These are just a few ideas for cooking with lean grass-fed beef mince. The possibilities are endless! So next time you come instore or order with us online, just ask one of our friendly butchers to make you some fresh lean grass-fed beef mince. See you soon!