Cook the Perfect Scotch Beef PGI Steak
How do you like your steak. In our house, my carnivore boys all prefer rare steaks but I’m more of a just slightly over medium person. Getting it right can really make or break a good meal and even spoil the steak.
To help make sure we enjoy the perfect steak every time, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has launched a new guide to help consumers across the UK to select and cook the perfect Scotch Beef PGI steak, just the way they like it.
Scotch Beef PGI
‘Steaks – Your Perfect Guide’ features useful information on the different cuts available and the best way to cook and complement steaks with recipes for sauces, butters, rubs and marinades as well as sensational sides.
From sirloin to ribeye and feather blade to fillet, the guide explains the unique qualities of each cut and advises on the best way to cook them ensuring a perfect steak every time.
“Whether you’re a cooking connoisseur or a complete beginner, the ‘Steaks – Your Perfect Guide’ booklet offers a range of delicious recipes with plenty of handy hints and tips to ensure your steaks are always cooked to perfection,” said Graeme Sharp, Scotch Butchers Club Manager, QMS.
“The handy guide is free from Scotch Butchers Club shops who also have expert staff on hand to share advice on choosing cuts and serving suggestions,” he said.
Scotch Butchers Club
The guide helps promote the Scotch Butchers Club, which is run by Quality Meat Scotland and has around 300 member butchers nationwide. The butchers are committed to sourcing and clearly identifying top quality Scotch Beef, Scotch Lamb and Specially Selected Pork from approved suppliers.
Consumers should look for the Scotch Butchers Club logo in butcher shops as it ensures they can buy with confidence, knowing that the butcher has sourced their Scotch Beef PGI from selected, quality assured, high welfare farms.