Beef shin comes from the foreshank of the animal and, due to the the vast amount of work the muscle does, is full of connective tissues which makes the meat very tough. This means shin benefits from being cooked low and slow in order to break down all the fibres and turn it into unctuous, gelatinous meat which in turn thickens the sauce in which it is cooked.
Price: VND 299.000 per kilogram
Average weight: 900g to 1kg per piece
Beef part: Shin / Shank
Packaging: Plastic food wrap
Manufacturer & Exporter: Langrey International
Langrey International is an export trading company, licensed by Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to export Australian meat to all countries worldwide.
Langrey exports chilled and frozen beef, lamb, mutton, goat, poultry, and other meats to foreign markets, either by airfreight or seafreight. Their meat exports to Muslim customers are Halal slaughtered.
Address: 1/1041 Riversdale Road, Surrey Hills VIC 3127 Australia
Importer & Distributor: High Food Company Limited
Address: No.55B, Hang Bai Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Recipes: To be boiled, grilled, barbecued, cooked with noodles, etc.
Preservation: Keep frozen at -18 to -9 degrees Celcius. Do not re-frozen after thawing.