Beef Knuckle, Sliced

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Tender, sliced Beef Knuckle: Lean, versatile, and packed with protein. Perfect for stir-fried dishes and soups.

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Craving Delicious Beef?

Experience the delicate texture and robust flavor of our Sliced Beef Knuckle. Perfect for a variety of dishes, this lean cut is a staple for any meat lover. Whether you’re a home cook, fitness enthusiast, or love good food, our beef knuckle will satisfy your cravings.

Our beef knuckle is carefully sliced for convenient cooking, making it a top choice for quick, delicious meals. It’s versatile, easy to prepare, and packed with natural flavors that enhance any recipe.

Let’s explore the culinary possibilities with our Sliced Beef Knuckle!

Quality in Every Slice

Our Beef Knuckle is sliced to perfection, ensuring each piece is tender and flavorful. It’s an affordable, high-quality choice for various cuisines, derived from a lean cut between the top and bottom round of cattle.

From stir-fries to soups, this beef knuckle enhances your dishes with its rich, beefy essence. It’s especially great in local favorites like Beef Hor Fun and Stir-fried Beef Slices, bringing a touch of Singapore’s culinary heritage to your table.

With a perfect balance of lean and fat, these slices cook to a succulent tenderness, offering a mouthwatering experience in every bite. They are a versatile choice for a range of culinary creations, adding depth and flavor to any dish.

Key highlights:

  • Rich, robust flavor
  • Perfectly balanced texture
  • High-quality, carefully sourced beef
  • Convenient for a variety of dishes

Nutrition Packed in Every Bite

Our Beef Knuckle is not just tasty; it’s a nutritional powerhouse. Packed with high-quality protein, essential for muscle development and overall health. It’s a great source of iron, zinc, and B vitamins, vital for energy and immune support. Plus, its low-fat content makes it a healthier choice for meat lovers.

Dishes You Can Create

Transform your meals with our Beef Knuckle Slices – a versatile ingredient for a range of Singaporean and international dishes. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Beef Hor Fun: Stir-fry these slices with flat rice noodles for a classic Singaporean delight.
  • Beef Rendang: Slow-cook with aromatic spices for a rich, flavorful Indonesian curry.
  • Beef Bulgogi: Marinate and grill for a tasty Korean-inspired dish.
  • Beef Stir-Fry: Quick and easy, perfect with vegetables for a nutritious meal.
  • Beef Stew: Simmer with root vegetables for a hearty and comforting dish.
  • Shabu-Shabu: Dip in hot broth for a Japanese hotpot experience.


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What is beef knuckle?

Beef knuckle is a lean cut of beef taken from between the top and bottom round portion of cattle, known for its tenderness and rich flavor.

Can beef knuckle be cooked from frozen?

Yes, it can be cooked from frozen, but for best results, thaw it in the refrigerator before cooking.

What dishes are best made with beef knuckle?

Beef knuckle is excellent for dishes like Beef Hor Fun, Stir-Fried Beef Slices, and other stir-fry or soup recipes.

Is beef knuckle healthy?

Yes, it's an excellent source of protein, iron, zinc, and B-vitamins, while being low in fat.

Can I marinate beef knuckle?

Absolutely! Marinating enhances its flavor, especially for stir-fry dishes.

What is the best way to tenderize beef knuckle?

Marinating or cooking it slowly at a low temperature can help tenderize the meat.

Can beef knuckle be used for grilling?

Yes, it can be grilled, especially when marinated or tenderized beforehand.

Is beef knuckle suitable for a ketogenic diet?

Yes, due to its high protein and low-fat content, it's suitable for ketogenic diets.

How should I slice beef knuckle for stir-fries?

Slice it thinly against the grain for the best texture in stir-fries.

Can I use beef knuckle in a slow cooker?

Yes, it works well in a slow cooker, especially for soups and stews.