Mince

mince

Introduction

Beef mince, otherwise known as ground beef, is beef that has been finely chopped up using a processor or meat grinder. It has many different uses and you may find ground beef in some of your favorite dishes including pies, hamburgers and pasta dishes. Beef mince is usually divided into categories based on its fat content, and the fat content usually depends on the cut the beef comes from. In most cases beef mince is produced using chuck beef, beef round (loin) or sirloin. Some cuts are more preferable depending on the recipe.

 

Feature

Beef Chili:

Mince beef is great for making traditional Mexican food like chili. All you need to make a great bowl of chili is some chili powder, beans, diced tomatoes, peppers and onions. First brown the minced beef and then stir it into the mixture. Slow cook this mixture together for at least an hour and serve hot.

Classic Hamburger:

Mix together some breadcrumbs, chopped onion and egg into a pound of minced beef. Mix the ingredients together, form them into patties and grill to perfection. Then enjoy the perfect, ready to eat hamburger.

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