|Whole Wagyu Chuck Flap BMS 3-5: 2x800gr / 2x31.75oz|
An absolute gem of a cut we have ever found! Not only does it moonlight as a desired cut to make tartare it also makes a pretty mean steak!
Pretty similar to a Striploin, just without the cap of fat on top, this provides a cost effective and minimal wastage cut.
Unctuous amounts of marbling run through the muscle, giving a fabulous depth of flavour adding to the creamy, buttery flavour of the Wagyu. The nature of the muscle means it has more of a "bite" to it, so works phenomenally raw or cooked! Perfection!
Can serve from 4 - 20 people depending on what you want to use it for.
This delightful muscles comes in packs of 2, each piece being around 800g. You can cut these into 3 thick steaks, or 2 depending on how hungry you are. Being slightly thicker they will need longer cooking time and resting time to ensure optimum flavour!
We recommend cutting half inch steaks, cut the piece across the grain.
Have a look at our delicious recipe for Japanese Style Tartare for a raw alternative.
Our superior quality Darling Downs Wagyu comes from one of Australia's oldest companies, Australian Agricultural Company (AAco) founded in 1824. AAco is one of Australia's most experienced and exacting producers of Wagyu. AAco's Darling Downs Wagyu has the enviable reputation of being Australia's most prestigious Wagyu brand. AAco's Wagyu herd comprise the most highly credentialed full-blood Japanese Black Wagyu sires and breeding females ever to leave Japan.
Wagyu cattle have a genetic predisposition to marbling, and they are fed a special grain based diet.The increased marbling also improves the ratio of monounsaturated fats to saturated fat. Our Darling Downs Wagyu contains a higher percentage of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids than typical beef.
These cattle are born and raised in a naturally clean environment and they are given the best possible care and feeding throughout their lives. The end product reflects that! The Aronui feedlot, located in the heart of the famous Darling Down region has the reputation of being one of the few specialised Wagyu feedlots in the world. Furthermore, no growth-promoting hormones or animal by-products are used in their feeding program which strictly follows the regimes passed on from cattle feeding masters in Japan.
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