Topside of Beef
Quality Scotch Beef
£18.13 – £36.26
- Moist with Rich Savoury Flavour
- Tastes Delicious when Roasted
- Best Served Lightly Pink
Taken form the hindquarter of the animal this cut is a large lean cut. This is then boned, rolled and tied ready for roasting. A traditional roasting joint, lean, tender and tasty it is the perfect cut for a Sunday Roast and makes for even better left-overs.
Visit the 'Make it Scotch' website for more topside recipe ideas.
100% Scotch Beef
Typical Nutritional Values
|Per 100g||Per Serving (100g)|
|Energy (kJ)||824 kJ||824 kJ|
|Energy (kcal)||198 kcal||198 kcal|
|Fat||13 g||13 g|
|Saturated Fat||5.4 g||5.4 g|
|Carbohydrates||0 g||0 g|
|Sugars||0 g||0 g|
|Protein||20 g||20 g|
|Salt||0.17 g||0.17 g|
If held frozen, defrost thoroughly before cooking.
It's safe to serve steak and other whole cuts of beef and lamb rare (not cooked in the middle) or blue (seared on the outside) as long as they have been properly sealed by cooking them quickly at a high temperature on the outside only. Bacteria is usually only found on the outer surfaces of these types of meat.