Beef Topside Joint (2KG/4.4lb)
Manx beef topside joint is a cut of beef taken from the long, inner muscle of a cow’s thigh. It is a lean cut of meat that is more tender than silverside, which is another cut taken from the hindquarters of the cow. Manx beef topside joint is known for its delicious taste and versatility in cooking. One popular way to prepare Manx beef topside joint is by roasting it as a whole joint. This method involves cooking the joint in the oven until it is tender and juicy. Another option is to dice the meat and slowly stew it, allowing the meat to break down and become melt-in-the-mouth tender. Manx beef topside joint is often used in dishes such as beef bourguignon, where it can be cooked slowly with red wine, vegetables, and herbs for a rich and flavorful result. It can also be stir-fried or used in other recipes that call for beef. This cut of beef is known for its lean quality, but it is sometimes sold with a layer of fat on the outside, which can help keep the meat moist during cooking.