One of the most budget-friendly cuts, this roast comes from the heavily worked shoulder area and is very flavourful, with a good amount of fat. However, it also has more connective tissue than other cuts because of the work the shoulder muscles do – this roast needs to be braised low and slow to make it tender. Cook it as a pot roast with our beef stock and fresh herbs, or put it in the slow cooker with some local beer!
Choose AAA Certified Island Beef for a buttery texture and a lower price point – Grass-Fed and finished with grass and potato, then wet-aged - so while it has a less intense flavour than dry-aged, it will taste great and shine in it's own right due to the more consistent superior marbling.
- AAA or better