Gippsland pasture raised beef mince
Grass-fed beef chuck minced with 20% fat. This is premium beef raised by free-range farming collectives in Gippsland. These include O'Connor Beef.
Discover more of our pasture-raised and grass-fed beef cuts, here. We have delectable recipes using beef in our archive. Expand your repertoire with a technique for smoked chilli con carne, cheeseburgers and grilled Asado-cut ribs.
What is mince meat?
How to cook minced meat
Minced meat is a popular ingredient thanks to its versatile nature and low-cost. It can be fried until golden and crispy, or slow-cooked for hours on the stovetop. When frying mince, it is important to do so at medium-high temperature and break it up with the back of a wooden spoon so it cooks evenly. Mince meat is used widely in almost every cuisine, so there are countless recipes to suit your personal tastes.
How to mince meat
The most suitable cut of meat to mince is that which has some fat on it. Meat is minced using either a good butcher’s knife, a grinding machine, or can be done in a food processor if at home.
There are so many ways to enjoy minced beef, including in a ragu, dumplings, meatballs, sausage rolls, and curry. Perhaps, the easiest way that springs to mind though is in a hamburger patty. We offer pre-made burger patties prepared by our in-house team, using premium quality O’Connor beef mince. For those looking to make their own rissoles, they are easily made by combining our beef mince with a whisked egg, and any vegetables or herbs to your taste. Explore our recipe for cheese burgers for further inspiration.