Tokyo beef rolls are an excellent finger food or tapas plate.
- 1 1/4 kg Eye of knuckle (100mm square by 4mm depth)
- 150 g Spring onions (thin strips)
- 200 g Carrot (thin strips)
- 100 ml Soy sauce (japanese or light)
- 200 g Red capsicum (thin strips)
- 100 ml Chinese cooking wine
- 40 g Sugar
1. Cut sliced beef into pieces approx 10cm square. Top with spring onion, carrot and capsicum strips. Roll tightly and secure with toothpicks or food grade bands.
2. Combine soy, wine and sugar. Seal in portions in small sachets or containers.
3. Heat 20ml oil in large non stick pan. Fry rolls quickly over high heat, turning for 2-3 minutes until lightly browned.
4. Remove from pan and remove bands.
5. Reduce heat to medium, add sauce to pan.
6. Bring the sauce to boil and simmer until sauce thickens.
- Serve rolls sliced with sauce drizzled over or on the side for dipping.
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Maple Infused Hams:
Apart from their great customer service and top quality products, one of the reasons that Jack Purcell Meats has been so successful over the past seventy years is their passion for coming up with exciting new meal ideas or finding new ways for their customers to prepare and serve their wide range of farm fresh meats.
This year, the master butchers at Jack Purcell have done it again, with something really special for your Christmas table. Alongside all of their Christmas favourites, Jack Purcell Meats is proudly introducing their new maple infused hams. Made from top quality 100% Australian pork, with just the right hint of maple flavor, these plump juicy hams will take your taste buds to a whole new level of enjoyment.
Compared to their famous classic hams these new maple infused hams have a subtly different flavor, a mellow sweet and salty taste that you can savour right down to the last bite. It’s a wonderful combination – ham and maple – and although these maple-infused hams are a new line at Jack Purcell Meats, they’re still made in the traditional, old-fashioned way, to the same high quality, with each ham spending an average of 18 hours slow-cooking in the smokehouse in order to lock-in all the moisture and flavor. Delicious hot or cold, with salads, crusty bread or all your favourite Christmas trimmings, these maple-infused hams are sure to be a big hit with family and friends. Available right now, each ham weighs 10kg on average, so everyone around the table gets to share, and of course they’re gluten-free.
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Looking for something deliciously different for that Christmas roast? Got a big crowd coming over and the usual turkey won’t be enough to feed them all? Then you need a turducken from Jack Purcell Meats. Often served on special occasions at the old royal courts of Great Britain, the turducken might sound strange, but it tastes absolutely sensational. To create this culinary masterpiece, the master butchers at Jack Purcell take one of their famous plump turkeys, stuff it with a whole boneless duck, and then stuff the duck with a whole boneless chicken. Three birds all in one, the turducken is a right royal treat that comes ready prepared for the oven or barbecue, all you have to do is to cook it to your liking, and then serve.
Just carve right through all three birds at once to give your family and friends a triple taste experience. With a Jack Purcell turducken, all of the juices and flavours of the three different birds mingle and combine to put some real magic on everyone’s Christmas plate. It’s a real conversation starter, and as with everything you buy from Jack Purcell Meats, you can always be sure of the quality and freshness. The turducken is available right now, along with all of Jack Purcell’s other Christmas favourites, such as smallgoods, traditional hams, including the double-smoked, and their new maple-infused hams.