More Beef Cuts

Lesser Known Cuts of beef

Beef Short Ribs

  • Comfort food: rich, deep flavor that customers crave
  • Require long, slow cooking time to tenderize, resulting in moist, tender, full-flavored
    ribs
  • Braising with wine, vegetables, seasonings and stock enhances taste and tenderness

 Beef Flanken/Korean-Style Ribs

  • Kalbi, or
    Korean-style/“flanken-style”, short ribs are a 3-rib section cut across the rib bones in ¼ to ½-inch thick slices
  • Thinner than Beef Short Ribs
  • Makes a great appetizer
  • Often marinated in a classic Korean-style marinade of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, green
    onions, sugar and chilli pepper

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Beef Rib Preparation Ideas

Big Beef Ribs

Smoke, grill and glaze with a spiced chipotle chile baste.

Western Beef Back Ribs

Slow-cook, baste with Kansas City-style BBQ sauce.

Thai-Style Beef Short Ribs

Prepare with soy sauce, white wine vinegar, fresh ginger, onion, garlic and sesame oil.

Latin-Style Beef Short Ribs

Braise in beef demi-glace, red wine, bay leaves, rosemary and fiery chipotle chilies and grill.

Beer-Braised Short Ribs

Rub with chili powder and garlic, then sear over a wood fire and braise in a rich beer and veal stock until moist and tender.

Curried Beef Short Ribs

Braise in a rich curry sauce, garnish with toasted almonds and serve with curry condiments.

Indonesian Beef Satay

Marinate skewered beef in curry powder, turmeric, dark brown sugar, fish sauce and unsweetened coconut milk; grill and serve with satay sauce.

Beef Short Ribs Adobo with Spinach

Simmer beef (bones attached) with vinegar, water, soy sauce, garlic, shallots, black pepper, salt and bay leaves. Remove beef, reduce sauce and sear beef in skillet. Pour reduced sauce over beef; serve with spinach and steamed rice.

Lemongrass Barbecued Beef

Marinate beef in lemon grass, shallots, garlic, serrano
chili, sugar, salt, fish sauce, lime juice, sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds.Grill until seared; serve as a rice roll with rice paper, lettuce, mint, coriander, noodles and cucumbers.

Szechuan Braised Beef Noodles with Baby Bok Choy

Quickly marinate beef in sugar, soy sauce, dry sherry, cornstarch and sesame oil (reserve marinade). Stir-fry in peanut oil with hot bean sauce, garlic, fresh ginger and green onions; add reserved marinade, sugar, soy sauce, chicken stock and water; simmer. Place beef in bowl with Chinese egg noodles, beef, carrots and bok choy.

Miso Barbecue Beef Short Ribs with Ginger-Teriyaki Sauce

Marinate ribs in miso, mirin, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar and sesame oil; grill until seared. Serve with Ginger-Teriyaki sauce over noodles or rice.

Ginger-Orange Barbecued Beef Back Ribs

Marinate ribs in lemon, orange juice, fresh ginger, garlic, hoisin sauce, honey, salt and soy sauce (reserve marinade). Roast ribs, glazing with reserved marinade,
until browned and crisp. Serve with roasted potatoes and salad.

General Info on kabobs/skewers

  • Shish Kabobs are of Turkish origin, Satay are Indonesian, Brochettes are French, Sosoties are South African, Sekuwas are Nepalese, Pinchos are Argentinean
  • Consider the shape of your cut and the varied cooking times for different ingredients
  • Skewer ingredients separately or group them together by cooking time
  • Use metal skewers (easy to use and clean), bamboo skewers (widely available, must be
    soaked) or natural materials such as lemongrass and slivers of sugar cane
  • To prevent food from randomly rotating, use two skewers
  • Satay-style skewers cook very quickly: 1 to 2 minutes per side

Beef on a Stick Preparation Ideas

Cheese Steak Spiedini

Skewer pieces of tender steak with sweet bell peppers and crusty bread cubes, grill and top with melted mozzarella and tomato-basil bruschetta salsa.

Steak and Potato Tempura

Dip skewered strips of tender steak in a light tempura batter, then wrap battered portion of beef with potato strands. Fry until potatoes are crisp and golden brown; serve with a spicy Asian mayo.

Sugarcane Steak Sticks

Thread strips of Cuban-style lime-cumin mojo Flat Iron Steak (marinated in olive oil, lime juice, cumin, garlic, salt and pepper) onto sugarcane skewers; grill and serve with a tangy sweet-onion chimichurri salsa.

Singapore-Style Steak Satay

Marinate steak in lime, honey and coconut milk. Thread onto lemongrass skewers, grill and serve with tamarind peanut sauce with a cucumber and cilantro salad.

Tequilla Lime Ranch Kabobs

Marinate cubes of Ranch Steak in a combination of tequila, lime juice, oil, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper Thread onto skewers with chunks of nopalitos (cactus), onions, mushrooms and bell pepper. Grill to medium rare.

Asian Sticky Skewers

Grill skewers of marinated steak and brush with Southeast Asian-style sticky sauce.
Serve with jasmine rice and a salad of greens, Thai basil, cilantro and mint, sprinkled with green onions, diced tomatoes, sesame seeds.

Tapas Steak Skewers

Skewer slices of steak marinated in olive oil, garlic and lime. Grill and serve with roasted peppers and onions accompanied by a cumin aioli.

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Beef for Stews and Soups

  • Diced Beef shall be prepared from any portion of the carcass which yields product that meets the end-item requirements, excluding shank and heel meat
  • Free of bones, cartilage, heavy connective tissue and lymph glands
  • Unless otherwise specified, at least 75% (or 85% for beef for stewing), by weight, of the
    resulting dices must be ¾ inch to 1½ inch cubes; no individual surface shall be more than 2½inches in length
  • Surface and/or seam fat shall not exceed ½ inch thickness
  • Beef for Stewing provides the basis for a multitude of home-style entrées such as stews, chilis, pot pie, stroganoff, and pasta toppings, or it can be ladled over noodles, rice or dumplings
  • Cut your own beef for stews and soups Beef Foreshank or Beef Chuck

Beef for Stew and Soup Preparation Ideas

Beef (Boeuf)
Bourguignon

Braise beef in dry red wine, bacon, shallots and bouquet garni and garnish with mushrooms and small onions.

Beef Carbonnade

Stew beef with onion, beer and bacon, then top with a slice of mustard-flavored toasted bread.

Beef Curry

Slowly simmer beef with curry powder, soy sauce, garlic, onion, carrot and celery.

Beef Borscht

Beef soup with beets, cabbage and typically garnished with sour cream.

Beef Barley Soup

A rich beef soup with barley, carrots and mushrooms.

Chunky Beef Chili

Brown beef chunks and braise with onions, garlic, tomatoes, fresh and dried chilies; serve with assorted chili toppers such as sour cream, minced green onions and shredded cheese.

Cajun Beef Stew

Blend tender beef, vegetables and Cajun spices and serve over hot rice.

Beef Pub Pie

Slow-cook and serve in a traditional flaky pastry shell.

Steak Soup Grantinée

A twist on the classic French Onion Soup which combines flavorful chunks of beef, caramelized onions and beef broth, finished with a crouton of French bread and Gruyère cheese.

Beef Goulash Stew

A Hungarian classic of sweet spices and served with homemade croutons and sour cream.

Beef for Stir-Fry

Flank Steak-Rib Cap

Beef Thai Fry with
Thai Peanut Sauce

Marinate and stir-fry steak strips with vegetables, chow mein
noodles and Thai Peanut Sauce.

Mongolian Hot Pot

Thinly slice steak, marinate and stir-fry with vegetables and serve over warm noodles.

Beijing Beef

Thinly slice steak and stir-fry with asparagus and red peppers and serve over fresh cabbage.

Mexican Flank Steak
and Pepper Stir-Fry Salad

Grill spicy marinated flank steak and toss with stir-fried peppers and onions, and serve on a bed of romaine lettuce.

Teriyaki Beef Stir-Fry
with Peanuts

Stir-fry teriyaki-marinated steak strips with Japanese soba noodles, red bell peppers, snow peas, straw mushrooms and peanuts.

Sesame Beef and
Broccoli Stir-fry

Stir-fry steak strips and broccoli, serve over a bed of jasmine rice topped with savory garlic stir-fry sauce.

Korean-Style Steak
Strips with Mango Fried Rice

Serve strips of tender stir-fried steak over colorful mango-basil fried rice finished with a sweet-hot Korean-style Kalbi barbecue sauce.