Beef Knuckle, Shabu-Shabu

$16.50 w/GST ($15.14)

Shabu-shabu. 4mm.

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Asian Delight

Seeking a Culinary Adventure?

Step into the world of Asian gastronomy with our Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu. Sliced to a perfect 4mm thickness, this premium cut is ideal for a range of savory dishes, offering a tender and flavorful experience. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a home cooking enthusiast, this beef knuckle will add a touch of sophistication to your meals.

Our Shabu-Shabu cut brings you the convenience of ready-to-cook meat, saving you time while ensuring a gourmet dining experience. Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner or a lavish weekend feast, it’s versatile and easy to cook with. Let’s explore the possibilities that await in your kitchen with Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu!

Quality Cuts

Perfect for Every Meal

Dive into the excellence of our Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu. Known for its lean texture and rich flavor, this cut is a star in various Asian and local Singaporean dishes. Whether you’re planning to whip up a hearty Beef Hor Fun or a delightful Stir-Fried Beef Kway Teow, our beef knuckle is your go-to ingredient for an unforgettable meal.

  • Lean and Tender
  • Perfectly Sliced for Convenience
  • Versatile in Cooking
  • Ideal for Asian Cuisines

Healthful Choice

Nutrition Packed in Every Slice

Our Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu isn’t just delicious – it’s a healthy addition to your diet. Low in carbohydrates and high in protein, each slice is a nutritional powerhouse. With a calorie breakdown of 32% fat, 0% carbs, and 64% protein, it’s an excellent choice for fitness enthusiasts and anyone looking for a balanced meal.

Culinary Inspirations

Dishes You Can Create

Transform your culinary skills with our Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu, a versatile ingredient for many Singaporean favorites. Here are some delightful dishes you can create:

  • Beef Hor Fun: A classic stir-fry dish with flat rice noodles and a rich, savory sauce.
  • Stir-Fried Beef Kway Teow: Easy to make with kway teow noodles, chives, bean sprouts, and a mix of light and dark soya sauce, perfect for a quick, flavorful meal.
  • Asian Beef Salad: A refreshing mix of greens and thinly sliced beef, tossed with a tangy dressing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to our FAQ section, where we answer all your questions Beef Tenderloin, Chop! Discover more:

What is Beef Knuckle?

Beef knuckle is a sub-primal cut from the beef round, known for its leanness. It’s also referred to as the sirloin tip, round tip, or beef ball tip roast.

How versatile is Beef Knuckle in cooking?

Extremely versatile! It’s great for stews, casseroles, stir-frying, minute steaks, sandwich steaks, and even roasts, though additional fat may be needed for roasting due to its leanness.

How long can Beef Knuckle Shabu-Shabu be stored?

When frozen, it can be stored for up to 12 months for optimal quality.

How do I cook a Beef Knuckle?

For roasting, bring it to room temperature, season, sear, and roast at 325°F until it reaches an internal temperature of 155°F, then rest before serving.

Can Beef Knuckle be used for Shabu-Shabu?

Yes, it’s ideal for Shabu-Shabu when sliced paper-thin. This ensures a tender bite and works well with the broth and dipping sauces typically used in Shabu-Shabu.

What are some tips for making Shabu-Shabu with Beef Knuckle?

Use a clear, flavorful broth, add firm veggies first, followed by leafier greens, and experiment with different dipping sauces like a mix of soy sauce, sesame paste, and lime.

Is Beef Knuckle a healthy choice?

Yes, it’s a great source of lean beef, low in carbohydrates and high in protein, making it a healthy option for various diets.

What dishes can I make with Beef Knuckle?

Beef Knuckle is perfect for Beef Hor Fun, Stir-Fried Beef Kway Teow, Beef Stroganoff, and even Asian Beef Salad.

Can I substitute Beef Knuckle in recipes calling for other meats?

Yes, it can be substituted in recipes calling for lean cuts of beef and is particularly good for dishes where beef is thinly sliced or diced.