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Whole Rib Eye Fresh 3.9kg (Aprox....)

Perfect for cutting steaks to your preferred thickness or make the traditional "Espetada". A Portuguese dish and a specialty of the island of Madeira. It consists of big pieces of beef that are marinated in salt and garlic, then skewered on a bay leaf stick.
£59.99
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"Espetada" is the most popular dish  served in barbecues and parties in Madeira. Espetada is often served with the skewer hung vertically from a hook, so that the flavorful juices can drip down onto a plate filled with thick-sliced, crusty bread. "Bolo do Caco" or "milho" a  cooked cornmeal that is cut into small squares and deep fried in oil.

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Nome do atributo Valor do atributo
Size Whole piece of 4,5kg
Tasting Notes Our rib-eye steaks are one of the tastiest steaks going due to their heavy marbling. Hand-cut from the fore rib, we recommend cooking in a griddle or frying pan and keeping it simple with a butter, salt and pepper rub.
Allergen Information Gluten free, Dairy free

"Espetada" is the most popular dish  served in barbecues and parties in Madeira. Espetada is often served with the skewer hung vertically from a hook, so that the flavorful juices can drip down onto a plate filled with thick-sliced, crusty bread. "Bolo do Caco" or "milho" a  cooked cornmeal that is cut into small squares and deep fried in oil.

Especificações dos produtos
Nome do atributo Valor do atributo
Size Whole piece of 4,5kg
Tasting Notes Our rib-eye steaks are one of the tastiest steaks going due to their heavy marbling. Hand-cut from the fore rib, we recommend cooking in a griddle or frying pan and keeping it simple with a butter, salt and pepper rub.
Allergen Information Gluten free, Dairy free
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