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A favourite for the Argentine Grill, this Black Label sirloin delivers marvellously aromatic and rich flavours.
A triumph from the producers of Argentina. Delivering sublime taste, texture and tenderness and the intense dry aged flavours.
The Aberdeen Angus Ribeye is tender and flavorful, great as a whole roasting joint or cut into individual steaks.
Perfectly trimmed, providing a exceptional combination of brilliant flavours and texture.
Certified Hereford - a breed world renowned for it's excellent bite and flavour. Enhanced further by their natural, grass fed diet.
From hand selected Black Angus Cattle. The herd are fed a high quality corn based diet which equates to well-marbled, very tender and simply exquisite beef.
Tender and succulent with a striking depth of flavour. This native, world-reowned breed delivers as a sensational roast joint. Alternatively, fantastic when portioned into steaks and fried or grilled.
A splendid cut of Angus and Hereford Argentine beef. Providing incredible texture and wonderful flavours.
Full of delicious flavours. Ideal for slow cooking as this really develops the flavours. This USDA Roasting joint is full of flavour and perfect taste. Great size for a family meal.
Raised in between the meadows of Salamanca and the mountains of Leon in Spain. Breed: Aberdeen Angus. Diet: 300 day grain fed. We have not seen marbling like this in Angus beef before. It is sensational and will be the talk of the table at any dinner party.
From hand selected Black Angus Cattle. The herd are fed a high quality corn based diet which equates to well-marbled, very tender and simply exquisite beef. It is the perfect cut for roasting or cut into individual steaks. A staple the world's best steak restaurants.
What is Included in Our Roasting Joint Range?
Including beef cuts from both corn-fed and grass-fed cattle, our diverse range features a wide selection of different cuts including the fillet, sirloin, and ribeye. From tender pieces with dry-aged flavours to those that are also suited for grilling and frying, our range of roasting joints of beef is versatile and suitable for a wide collection of different meals.
Browse our eclectic range today and discover the convenience of having roast rump beef delivered directly to your door. For more premium cuts of beef, take a look at our wider range including USDA beef and Argentine beef, or opt for some high-quality pork instead.
What is The Best Beef Joint For Roasting?
If you are roasting a joint for a classic Sunday dinner, try the Hereford Beef Ribeye. This classic British beef cut offers the perfect fat to meat ratio, resulting in juicy and tender beef every time.
If you want a joint that is made to impress friends and family, take a look at our Australian Wagyu roasting joint. Masterfully carved from the silverside, this cut is known for its exquisite flavours. For the best results, we suggest a slow roast, which allows the meat to tenderise and intensifies the rich Wagyu flavours.
Should You Marinate Your Beef Roasting Joint?
A high-quality beef joint most likely won’t need a marinade. Our range of roasting joints offer a variety of different flavours, including aromatics from the Black Label Argentine Sirloin, to the rich dry-aged flavours found in the Argentine Beef Ribeye.
Before we cook our beef joints, we simply season well with salt and pepper before beginning the cooking process. If you want to add extra flavours, try adding garlic, and butter, along with your favourite fresh herbs.
How Should You Cook a Beef Roasting Joint?
First, let your beef roasting joint get to room temperature, before seasoning well with salt and pepper. Add your joint to a large frying pan and seal your beef well on all sides.
Place your beef roasting joint in the oven at 180° for about 25 minutes and turn to give it another 25 minutes. Your beef is cooked through when it reaches an internal temperature of 40°.