Welsh Wagyu Beef Bavette
This is a very popular steak on the Continent, and Alternative Meats have deliberately produced it in a larger format so that you can choose your favourite method of cooking and presenting.
Bavette steak is a great alternative to the classics. Open-textured with a deep beefy flavour.
The bavette comes from the abdominal muscles, meaning it is a well-worked part of the cow, and it can be tough if not treated correctly.
A long, slow braise gives the meat time to break down and soften.
Alternatively, it should be cooked rare, then finely sliced against the grain for a tasty and tender steak; this means it lends itself to quick cooking methods such as barbecuing or pan-frying. Slicing against the grain ensures you don’t get stringy or chewy steak, and it’s perfect for sandwiches and salads.