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Halal Beef

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As part of our wide range of halal meat, halal beef from Tom Hixson of Smithfield offers premium quality beef with tantalising flavours and second to none textures to make every meal a delight. From halal ribs to the rump heart, we offer a wide variety of cuts suitable for many different occasions including barbecues and steak nights. For those looking for something special, halal Wagyu beef is the ideal choice. Offering unrivalled flavours caused by intense marbling, halal Wagyu is in a league of its own.

Including everything from halal Wagyu sirloin to halal Wagyu brisket, there’s a wide variety of different cuts available in Tom Hixson of Smithfield's extensive collection. Buy beef halal online today from Tom Hixson of Smithfield, including halal beef fillet, halal sirloin steak and receive premium quality halal beef delivered directly to your doorstep for added convenience and ease.

What Makes Beef Halal?

Halal beef is a type of beef that adheres to Islamic laws which govern how it is reared and slaughtered. To be classed as halal, the cow is required to be slaughtered via a cut to the jugular vein, carotid artery and windpipe. It also states that halal meat cannot contain alcohol and the cows must be fed a vegetarian diet and must not be treated with growth hormones or antibiotics. Find out more about our halal butchering process at Tom Hixson here.

Does Halal Beef Taste Different?

Halal beef offers a similar taste as traditionally slaughtered beef. Halal meat may be considered healthier and more flavourful to some, due to the completely natural diet and how the animal is treated during its lifetime. Our range of halal beef and conventional beef cuts are both sourced from a range of trusted farming partners, which provide exceptional flavours and textures within the meat.

How Should You Cook Halal Steak?

You should cook your halal beef steaks the same as you would a normal steak. First, season your steak to your liking, and place your steaks in a hot pan with the fat facing down to render the fat. Once browned, lay your halal steak flat and then flip after your steak turns a golden colour. Once cooked to your desired preference, leave to rest for 5 mins before seasoning and serving.

Does Halal Steak Need to be Marinated?

Our halal steaks offer exceptional flavour and texture on their own, so they don’t need to be marinated. Our chefs recommend skipping the sticky sauces, and opting for a simple basting with butter, garlic, and thyme during the cooking process.

What Temperature Should You Cook Halal Steak To?

Desired Doneness

Remove From the Heat At:



Medium Rare




Medium Well


Well Done