Beef ribs 900g

Beef ribs 900g

SKU# FINBEEFBBQRIB900

Availability: In stock

£7.25

No BBQ would be the same without a pile of sticky ribs to tuck into. Our meaty beef ribs have real depth of flavour, ideal for partnering with robust marinades and glazes. Marinate in the fridge overnight and allow them to cook in a leisurely fashion to enjoy beautifully tender meat that falls away from the bone. Serve with a crunchy summer slaw, green salad and crusty bread.

Delivered in insulated packaging to keep cool on your doorstep. Minimum meat order £15 to cover the cost of the packaging.

Quick Overview

No BBQ would be the same without a pile of sticky ribs to tuck into. Our meaty beef ribs have real depth of flavour, ideal for partnering with robust marinades and glazes. Marinate in the fridge overnight and allow them to cook in a leisurely fashion to enjoy beautifully tender meat that falls away from the bone. Serve with a crunchy summer slaw, green salad and crusty bread.



Delivered in insulated packaging to keep cool on your doorstep. Minimum meat order £15 to cover the cost of the packaging.


Storage

Keep in the fridge below 5˚C. If you’re not going to eat it within a day or two, freeze your meat as soon as possible and always within the use by date. Once frozen, use within a month. Use on the day of defrosting.

Cooking

Season the ribs well. Slow cook in a covered roasting tray with a dash of water at 160˚C/140˚C fan assisted/gas mark 3 for 2½ hours until tender. Cover with your BBQ sauce of choice and finish on a medium BBQ for 20 -30mins, turning and basting often. Alternatively, finish uncovered in the oven turning often, for 30 minutes at 200˚C/gas mark 6.

Try Dr Tommy Thompson's hot, slightly sour and garlicky beef rib vindaloo recipe here.

About our organic beef

We source our organic beef from farmers who allow their cattle to roam free across their fields. They are reared on a natural grass diet giving the beef a fuller flavour, with some hay, silage and a little grain in the winter months. Our beef comes from traditional beef breed suckler herds, which means the calf spends the first year of its life with its mother.