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A-Grade Beef Fillet (1.4kg+)

$465.00

In stock

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A delicious beef fillet, also known as beef tenderloin, that melts in your mouth. Lean and tender but still bursting with flavour. The silverskin has been removed. Perfect to Braai, BBQ or Grill! A best seller.

  • Origin: South Africa
  • Feed: Grass Fed (180-210 Days) & Grain Finished (120-160 Days)
  • Halal Certified: No
  • Chilled/Frozen: Frozen

 

The beef fillet, also known as beef tenderloin is a lean and exceptionally tender cut.

In South Africa, age is the main distinguishing factor when it comes to beef classification.

A-Grade South African beef is generally slaughtered at a younger age than those elsewhere around the world. South African beef is regarded as having lower cholesterol and fat percentage, making it one of the healthiest sources of beef in the world.

A-Grade beef is a mouth-wateringly tender, restaurant-quality fillet free of hormones and antibiotics.

Pair with the AA Badenhorst Family Red Wine

The Beef Fillet weights listed are approximate and may have a +/-10% variance. Please let us know if you receive less than 90% of the advertised weight, and we’ll be happy to refund you proportionally. This is not done intentionally.

Please note that the pictures shown are for reference only and may not be an exact representation of the product. Currently, unless specified otherwise, all our meats and seafood are frozen.

Ingredients

100% Beef.

Allergens

No allergens.

Storage & Preparation

Refrigerate or freeze on receipt. Once placed in the fridge, use within 3-4 days if unopened. Alternatively, freeze and consume before the best before date.

If frozen, allow defrosting in the fridge. Take out the fridge and vacuum bag 30 mins prior to cooking to allow the meat to reach room temperature and to release any excess blood. Dab the meat with a paper towel to remove any surface blood (which can otherwise have a sour taste).

Apply a light amount of oil and season generously with salt, pepper, dry rub or marinade of choice. Sear and colour on all sides and cook to the desired finish.