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Aussie Beef is produced naturally in a land of abundant natural pasturelands, and we’re recognized for our grassfed beef. MLA also produces high-quality conventional beef, including flavorful wagyu beef, providing a range of options for every taste. Served as juicy grilled steaks, a tender roast or your own special creation, Aussie Beef helps put delicious, craveable meals on your family table all year long.

Cooking Australian Beef

Cooking Australian Beef

Not all beef is the same, and it doesn’t cook the same either! Grassfed beef, like the kind from Down Under, is naturally leaner, and as a result cooks about 30% faster with most techniques. If you’re used to cooking conventional beef, use a meat thermometer to check for doneness on your Aussie grassfed beef, and expect quicker results. Choose the cut of beef that best matches your recipe and cooking technique and away you go! 

  • Bring your meat up to room temperature before cooking - and prevent it from drying out. 
  • Grassfed meats require less cooking time - about 30% less is a good rule of thumb. 
  • Allow steaks, chops, and roasts to rest 5-10 minutes before cutting - it keeps them nice and juicy. 
* Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.

Great taste that won't get to your waist

Great taste that won't get to your waist

When it comes to choosing healthy proteins, lean Australian beef is a delicious and healthy choice for beefing up your high-quality protein needs.  With Australian cattle raised predominately on pasture, Australian grassfed beef products are lean and naturally contain 13 essential nutrients required for good health, including Iron, Zinc, Omega-3 and B vitamins. 

Beef Cuts Chart

Beef Recipes
Cheek Ribs Prep Strip Loin Top Sirloin Top Round Ox Tail Bottom Round Tri-Tip Tenderloin Hanger Skirt Flank Rib Eye Brisket Clod Chuck Shin

Master the Grill

Here are a few tips from our Chef to help you master the grill with grassfed beef:

1. Bring your grassfed beef up to room temperature before cooking. This allows for a well-seared exterior and warmed interior without having to use excessive time to cook (and dry out your meat).

2. Grassfed beef requires less cooking time due to its high protein and low-fat content. 30% less cooking time is a good rule of thumb.

3. Do not over-handle ground meat – use high searing temperatures and only flip your burgers once to reduce losing those flavorful juices.

4. Do not overcook your grassfed beef – aim for medium-rare* for best results.

5. Remove the meat from the grill between 125F-130F. This will give you a medium rare to medium finished temperature (130-140F) once the meat rests.

6. Allow meat to rest before cutting – 5-10 minutes will allow the meat to relax and absorb additional juices that you would lose by cutting the meat too soon.

7. Start with one of our favorite recipes for the Barbie!

* Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.