Ox Cheeks

Rediscover the old-fashioned flavour
This meaty cut is making a comeback - it has a tender, succulent texture once slow-cooked.
  • An unusual beef cut for slow-cooking
  • Prepared from our own top quality grass-fed beef
  • Skillfully cut and trimmed by master butchers
  Professionally shock frozen
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Ox Cheeks
£14.50
£18.13 per kg
Box Contains:

    • 2 Ox Cheeks, in pack of 2 (pack weight 800g)

3-4 servings
Code: A402
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Ox Cheeks

Regular Price: £29.00

Special Price: £19.00

£11.88 per kg
Box Contains:

    • Ox Cheeks, 2 packs of 2 (pack weight 800g)

6-8 servings
Code: D372
Quantity:
Storage Conditions: Store at < -18ºC (Supplied frozen)
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC - Use within 24 hours

Suitable cooking methods: Click desired method for printable guide
Traditional Braising

To View our Ox Cheek with Vegetables and Balsamic Vinegar recipe Click Here
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Ox Cheeks
Overall Rating
  
5
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Excellent Cheap Meal
   5
For those who love slow cooking, this is a must have product in the freezer. Great quality cut and great value. Like other reviewers try doing it the DR way with balsamic & port. And, yes, you can cut it with a spoon and savour the intense flavours.
By Alan - 15th Dec 2013
Melts in your mouth
   5
I purchased these having been wowed by a top London Restaurant with the flavour and tenderness of the meat. I used the ox cheeks to make a slow cooked boeuf bourguignon using Gordon Ramsey's recipe. It was absolutely wonderful. The meat just melts in your mouth and the flavour was wonderful. I would recommend anyone to give these a try. You will not be disappointed.
By AT - 12th Aug 2012
Yummy
   5
I cooked this long and slow and then cooked it some more because I'd forgotten to do the potatoes. The result was rich and tender without being remotely dry - those who don't like slimey bits in their stews might not share our enthusiasm!
By RockerRose - 26th Jun 2012