The Traditional Cuts
Here are the traditional cuts of beef. Please ask our butchers for more advice on cooking tips and different cuts of meat, we are always happy to answer any questions…
We bone this cut and dice it for stewing or make it into mince.
We cut the ribs into individual steaks or leave them joined together to make a roasting joint. The centre of the rib is known as the ‘rib-eye’.
We take the sirloin off the bone and cut it into ‘sirloin steaks’ or leave it whole for roasting.
We cut the rump into ‘rump steaks’ or thinly slice it for stir fry dishes.
We cut the fillet into ‘fillet steaks’ or leave it whole for roasting or using in en croute recipes.
We take this cut off the bone and roll it into a roasting joint.
This cut is ideal for long slow cooking in things like casseroles and stews.
This cut is at its best when boiled, braised or very slowly roasted.
One of our favourite beef recipes
Millins Beef Burgers
Mix some coarse beef mince with finely chopped onion, some crushed garlic, some chilli powder, chopped coriander, parsley, basil, and some salt & pepper. Shape your burgers and throw them on the barbeque for a quick and delicious weekend supper…