Grass fed, hormone free, chemical free, organically raised beef. Farmed in the Adelaide Hills..
This beef is slow raised and humanely butchered, locally. Sold frozen, tray packed.
One of our most popular roasts is Bolar Roast.
It comes from the shoulder area, next to the ribs. This part of the animal does a lot of work so the result is the beef is tougher but with far more flavour. It is therefore vitally important that when cooking a Bolar Roast, you cook it long and slow - cooking it fast will lead to terrible roasts!
We recommend cooking bolar roast (slowly) in the oven. Or, for an easier option, put your bolar roast in the crockpot with plenty of stock and vegetables and cook it for at least 3-4 hours (remember, the longer you leave it in the slow-cooker, the better!)
Don’t forget to rest meat before cutting and serving, this will allow the juices to redistribute, making the meat more tender and juicy to eat. The length of time to rest a cut of beef depends on its size, for a roast try 10-20 minutes.
The roast can also be cut into cross-cut blade steaks or strips for stir-fry dishes.
Grass fed, hormone free, chemical free, organically raised beef. Farmed by my partners Mum at Kenton Cottages, Gumeracha. This beef is slow raised and humanely butchered, locally. Kenton Cottages Grass Fed Beef.