Marinated Beef

How to Marinate Beef

WHAT IS A MARINADE ? A marinade is a mixture of ingredients used to add layers of extra flavour to your beef. While some acidic or enzymatic marinades can tenderise meat, the main role of a marinade is to enrich flavour. To achieve tender meat, you need to select the right cut for your cooking…

Classic Marmalade-Glazed Ham

Classic Marmalade Glazed Ham Need a great glaze to go with your Hope Island Christmas Ham? Ingredients 1 CUP (340G) ORANGE MARMALADE ¼ CUP (90G) HONEY ½ CUP (125ML) ORANGE JUICE 5–6KG HAM LEG, SKIN REMOVED AND TRIMMED+ CLOVES, FOR STUDDING Method Preheat oven to 200°C. Place the marmalade, honey and orange juice in a saucepan…

Slow cooker beef curry

Slow-cooker massaman beef curry

Slow Cooker Massaman Beef Curry Here’s a winter warmer beef curry that is quick and easy to make. Ingredients 1 tablespoon peanut oil 750g Hope Island Gourmet Meats beef chuck steak, trimmed, cut into 3cm cubes 1 medium brown onion, halved, thinly sliced 1/4 cup Ayam Thai massaman curry paste 2 garlic cloves, crushed 6…

BBQ Marinated Lamb

Barbecued marinated lamb

Barbecued marinated lamb with smashed potatoes Prep: 6hr (refrigerated overnight) Cook: 1hr 10min Serves: 6 INGREDIENTS 800g boneless lamb shoulder, trimmed 2 garlic cloves, crushed 1 teaspoon paprika 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves, roughly chopped, plus extra sprigs to serve 1/3 cup lemon juice 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 300g green beans, trimmed 1/4 red onion,…

BBQ lamb

Argentinian-style lamb steaks

Amazing Argentinian-style lamb steak Some say the secret to a great Argentinian barbecue is the salmuera, a salty brine that’s basted onto the meat as it cooks. This white wine version gives it a little extra something. INGREDIENTS 800g lamb leg steaks 1 tbsp olive oil White wine salmuera 2 tsp salt ½ cup white wine Mint chimichurri (makes extra) 1…

beef eye fillet steak

How to Cook a Beef Eye Fillet

How to Cook a Beef Eye Fillet Preparing and cooking eye fillet steaks Have the fillet at room temperature and blot it dry with kitchen paper. Slice the fillet into steaks, at least 2cm but ideally 3.5cm thick. Massage a herb rub into the steaks (try dried rosemary and oregano) and then brush them with…