Beef Neck Bones
1KG / AUSTRALIA / FROZEN / HALAL
FOR A POCKET-FRIENDLY BEEF SOUP
Neck bones are one of the best ingredients to cook with. In terms of cuts of beef, they are just as flavorful as short ribs or oxtails but come at a fraction of the cost. It gives plenty of time for the bones to lend flavor to the sauce and for the collagen from the connective tissues to melt, imparting body and a rich mouthfeel. You can use beef neck bones in any recipe calling for shanks or oxtail, but most involve simmering them in a sauce or other cooking liquid.
HORMONE FREE NO ANTIBIOTICS PASTEUR-RAISED
C O O K I N G G E A R
ON THE SKILLET
C O O K I N G N O T E S
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (162 °C). Season neck bones with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Sear neck bones over medium-high heat for a few minutes in cooking oil on all sides to form a crust. Place neck bones in one layer in large roasting pan. Top with onions and bay leaves. Add water to fill the pan so that the meat is sitting in the water and not covered.Cover pan with foil and bake until neck bones are tender, about 3 1/2 to 4 hours. Serve greens and rice. Say Grace and enjoy!
BEEF NECK BONES
Beef neck bones is one of the most underrated cuts, neck bones are a staple of Southern cuisine. After braising, you'll be left with fall-off-the-bone tender meat and a rich flavorful beef broth. The perfect dish for a rainy, cold days.