With Christmas just around the corner, we bet you’re preparing your Christmas festivities and most importantly, your Christmas meals. Roasts hold a special significance at Christmas dinners – they are traditional, flavoursome, festive and sure to please even the toughest kitchen critics. If you plan to make roast beef this Chrissie, this blog post is for you.
From casseroles and soups to curries and goulash, beef is one of the most versatile meats for slow cooking. And the best thing? You don’t need to buy premium cuts of beef to end up with a gourmet meal – in fact, it’s often the more economical cuts of beef that work best.
In order to ensure yourself a safe beef-eating experience, you need to make sure that you are purchasing, handling, storing and preparing your beef products safely. The following information is adapted from Australian Beef and Meat Safety.
This Latin American classic might not be all that seasonally appropriate here in Australia, but it’s a wonderful, eclectic dish that’ll help dispel those post-Christmas blues.
This delicious Australian Beef recipe brings a beef blade roast to life with an aromatic glaze of orange and star anise. This recipe is perfect for giving your Christmas lunch or dinner a tasty Modern Asian twist.