Ground Beef


Extra Lean Ground Beef

Extra Lean Ground Beef (93% lean/7% fat) is a staple in many kitchens and is one of the most versatile beef products you will find. It has more protein and less fat and cholesterol than regular ground beef, with the added benefit of providing fewer calories and saturated fat to your recipes. As part of a healthy diet, extra lean ground beef can be dressed up for entertaining or dressed down for everyday meals.

The Cut

Depending on the recipe, Extra Lean Ground Beef is more often than not cooked with other ingredients to infuse and bring out the beef flavour. Whether it be tacos, patties, lasagne or meat pies, ground beef will open up the door to endless options.

How to Cook

Browning ground beef is essential to bring out the flavour and colour. To ensure it doesn’t stew, cook in batches. Add a dash of oil to a hot pan before adding ground beef. Stir to ensure the ground beef browns evenly and does not stick to the pan. If it begins to stew and water gathers at the bottom of the pan, the ground beef will taste like it has been boiled. Take the ground beef from the heat and strain away the liquid. Reheat the pan with a further dash of oil and return the drained ground beef to the pan to begin the browning process again. Your final dish will have more flavour and colour.


Lean Ground Beef

Lean Ground Beef (85% lean/15% fat) is one of the most versatile beef products you will find. A staple in the kitchen, lean ground beef can be dressed up for entertaining with rich aromas and exotic suitors or dressed down for everyday meals. It fills you up and like all beef, gives you a boosts of iron much needed for feeling good.

The Cut

Depending on the recipe, Lean Ground Beef is more often than not cooked with other ingredients to infuse and bring out the beef flavour. Whether it be tacos, patties, lasagne or meat pies, ground beef will open up the door to endless options.

How to Cook

Browning ground beef is essential to bring out the flavour and colour. To ensure it doesn’t stew, cook in batches. Add a dash of oil to a hot pan before adding ground beef. Stir to ensure the ground beef browns evenly and does not stick to the pan. If it begins to stew and water gathers at the bottom of the pan, the ground beef will taste like it has been boiled. Take the ground beef from the heat and strain away the liquid. Reheat the pan with a further dash of oil and return the drained ground beef to the pan to begin the browning process again. Your final dish will have more flavour and colour.


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