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Welsh Wagyu Beef Offal

Welsh Wagyu Beef Offal


The offal produced from the Wagyu cattle is amazing - we find it delicious, flavoursome but not overly strong - it doesn't taste dissimilar to our Rose Veal Offal.

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  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Liver Min. 300g

    After repeated requests for Ox Liver, we have now created a 300g pack of our lovely Welsh Wagyu Beef Liver, pre-sliced. It is, not surprisingly creamy and rich, and makes a wonderful paté, or can be lightly pan fried for recipes such as Liver Stroganoff ( a simple dish with mushrooms, garlic and sour cream). Learn More
    £3.50

  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Marrow Bones Min. 1kg

    A simple secret, one we have kept for some time now ....... Welsh Wagyu Beef Marrow Bones can rock your world! Add them to the simplest of stocks and stews and they will produce the most amazing results .....Perfect for bone broth too. Learn More
    £4.00

  • Bone Broth Mix

    Make your own bone broth with these key ingredients !

    We have included in this pack some Welsh Wagyu Beef and Rose Veal Marrow Bones, Ribs and Sinew (for collagen). This is a perfect mix for a tasty bone broth or stock, so simple to make.   A slow cooker is especially useful for this purpose but you can also use your oven.   In fact, we think the bones give a better flavour if roasted first before adding into the water, but that is a personal choice.  Here is a simple recipe idea for your broth,  you can use some, or all, of the following in your broth and you will need a large stock pot or slow cooker.

      Beef bones, carrots, onions, celery, garlic, bay leaves, whole black peppercorns,whole star anise, cinnamon sticks, apple cider vinegar.

     

    Take the bones and place them in a deep oven tray, mixing in the veg (carrrots, onions and celery) Quantities can vary, depending on how much flavour / stock you wish to produce but you can be pretty ad lib.   Roast for about half an hour on Gas Mark 7 or 200 degrees C and then give the bones and veg a turn over, followed by another 20 or so minutes.   Simply add to the stockport with all the herbs and spices, and cover with water.  You can deglaze the roasting tin by adding a little water to get all the lovely bits up - and pour those in too.   Bring to the boil, at which point you can skim off any fat or foam that you can see, and then simmer for a very, very, long time!

    I leave my slow cooker on all day, but you can simmer on the hob for 4 - 6 hours and get a similar result, but keep covered and top up the water constantly.   When you are satisfied that the broth has finished stewing, you can strain it through a fine mesh strainer and then discard the bones and vegetables.   You can always use the meat from the bones (if there is any) to make a soup.

    You can cool the broth down at the end of this process by adding a couple of handfuls of ice cubes, and when cool refrigerate.   The fat will solidify and separate from the jelly like broth when cold, and you can then easily remove it (or leave it if you are happy).    The remaning liquid can form the basis of soups, be used as stock or as a "beef tea" drink which will be very filling and can help with diet control.   You can store it for up to five days in the fridge or freeze it in batches.

    The list of the health benefits attributed to bone broth are seemingly endless, from boosting immunity, alleviating the common cold and bronchitis, to promoting weight loss and improving hydration. It is widely known now that the nutrients in it help your gut by supporting your digestion of fat, cutting do0wn on inflammation and undoing intestinal wall damage.

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    £4.00

  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Kidney Min. 350g

    Astonishingly mild in flavour and tender - sauted kidneys have never been experienced at this level. If you like offal, you will be delighted with this product. Learn More
    £4.80

  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Heart Min. 1.2kg

    Stuffed, roasted, and sliced and served in a rich red wine gravy ... there's one recipe suggestion we're sure you'll find irresistible! There are many more - and each heart weighs a minimum of 1.2kg so will feed a family of four - six easily. Learn More
    £5.50

  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Tongue Min. 800g

    These are, of couse, quite large compared with our veal tongues, but they are just as tender and mild in flavour. Perfect for the old fashioned pickled tongue recipes, or pressed tongue that makes such wonderful cold cuts. Learn More
    £7.50

  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Cheeks Min. 450g

    As offal has once again become a popular dish to experiment with and serve to dinner guests, with the help of Celebrity Chefs such as Heston Blumenthal, we have been asked on numberous occasions to make beef cheeks available, and here they are! Learn More
    £8.50

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  • Welsh Wagyu Beef Tail Min. 1kg

    Ox Tail at its best. We can't think of anything else to tell you! Soups, stocks, casseroles - everything you would do with beef ox tail but a hundredfold better in flavour!! Learn More
    £9.50

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