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Steak Mince

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Taken from primal beef cuts, our beef steak mince offers high-quality meat with a delicious meaty flavour. Our beef is just as versatile, yet even more delicious as the shop-bought counterparts. Order beef from Tom Hixson for convenient delivery to your door.

If you’re looking for mince that adds a luxurious feel to your recipe, try our decadent Wagyu Beef Steak Mince. Sourced from one of our finest producers and expertly prepared by our very own Tom Hixson butchers, this meat is perfect for a number of dishes. This rich and delicious mince has an abundance of enticing, delightful flavours along with a stunning texture.

If you are looking for other delicious beef cuts, such as steak burgers, sirloin steak, or whole roasting joints, look no further. Browse our website and order your quality beef in bulk at wholesale prices. We deliver everything to your door, making the process hassle-free and convenient.

Is Steak Mince the Same as Beef Mince?

Although similar in texture and from the same animal, beef mince and steak mince are quite different. Because steak mince comes from higher quality beef cuts, it is usually much leaner in fat, and contains a higher protein content.

Chefs in fine-dining restaurants prefer cooking with steak mince as you won’t encounter any grizzle or other unwanted parts of the cow. This means that steak mince is perfect for making tender burgers, meatballs, and tacos.

How Do You Make Burgers from Steak Mince?

Making your own burgers is a must for your next summer BBQ. Simply combine your steak mince with an egg, a small diced onion and your choice of seasonings - we love paprika, garlic, and a touch of chilli powder in ours. Shape and cook on the grill before layering up with lettuce, tomato sauce or burger sauce, red onion, and tomato in a soft brioche bun.

Making your own burgers is a fantastic way to experiment with different flavours. For an Asian twist, combine your mince with Tamari sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil, oyster sauce, and crispy panko breadcrumbs. Layer up in a bun with sriracha mayo (simply combine the two sauces together), and coleslaw.

Can You Cook Mince From Frozen?

Steak mince can be cooked from frozen if you are short on time. However, for the best texture and taste from your mince, you should defrost in the fridge around 24 hours before you’d like to use it. Avoid defrosting on an open countertop as this could encourage harmful bacteria to grow on the surface. Once defrosted do not refreeze.

Steak Mince Recipes

We love mince due its versatility in a range of recipes. For an easy midweek meal to feed the whole family, a meaty beef chilli with our beef mince is a fantastic option. If it’s convenience you’re after, why not try cooking your chilli con carne in the slow cooker? First, brown your steak mince and onion in a pan, before adding to the slow cooker along with chopped tomatoes, tomato puree, thinly diced peppers, garlic cloves, a beef stock cube and seasonings. Stir in your choice of beans just before serving so they still retain their flavour and bite.

Our delicious beef mince can also be used to make homemade burger patties, meatballs, crispy teriyaki beef bowls, spaghetti bolognese, and a rich beef ragu.