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Flap meat, bavette , bottom sirloin New Zealand Angus from Dhs. 78 per kg
Flap meat, bavette , bottom sirloin New Zealand Angus from Dhs. 78 per kg
Flap meat, bavette , bottom sirloin New Zealand Angus from Dhs. 78 per kg

Flap meat, bavette , bottom sirloin New Zealand Angus from Dhs. 78 per kg

Beef Deli

Regular price Dhs. 148.00 Sale

 Flap Meat from New Zealand Angus

It comes from a bottom sirloin butt cut of beef, and is generally a very thin steak. Flap steak is sometimes called sirloin tips.

flap meat benefits from marinating and being cooked on high, dry heat, whether grilled, broiled, pan-fried or stir-fried. It's vital to cut the meatvery thinly across the grain, and it is at its best not too much past medium-rare

Flap meat is part of the flank (groin area). As this part of the cow is used intensively by the animal, it has a coarse structure. Flap meat is shaped like a half moon and was traditionally passed through a mincer to make tartare. Nowadays, it is often cooked rare. It is very important to cut flap meat properly - always against the grain to prevent the meat from becoming too tough.

Basic techniques: Roasting, stewing, grilling, cooking rare, braising, poaching, frying.

 Flap Meat from New Zealand Angus

It comes from a bottom sirloin butt cut of beef, and is generally a very thin steak. Flap steak is sometimes called sirloin tips.

flap meat benefits from marinating and being cooked on high, dry heat, whether grilled, broiled, pan-fried or stir-fried. It's vital to cut the meatvery thinly across the grain, and it is at its best not too much past medium-rare

Flap meat is part of the flank (groin area). As this part of the cow is used intensively by the animal, it has a coarse structure. Flap meat is shaped like a half moon and was traditionally passed through a mincer to make tartare. Nowadays, it is often cooked rare. It is very important to cut flap meat properly - always against the grain to prevent the meat from becoming too tough.

Basic techniques: Roasting, stewing, grilling, cooking rare, braising, poaching, frying.

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