Frozen 120 Days Grain Fed Prime RibArgentina

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Argentina Beef

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  • 800 g
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De La Valley selects the most natural whole prime ribs for you - from cows allowed to graze freely on grass pastures, developing a boldly flavored, tender meat with a great beefy taste. Great texture, intense flavor, and less calories, fat and cholesterol than regular beef - flavor without the guilt.

Committed to the  traceability  of all our products, strict compliance with the “Farm Animal Welfare Council” of England 2016, the nutritional and breeding standards. The result is beautifully marbled, rich in flavor natural beef with no added hormones or antibiotics.

                                     De La Valley guaranties that your meat comes directly from the farms gate to you door.

Argentina Beef,Frozen 120 Days Grain Fed Prime Rib

Sliced ​​from the  Rib Primal,  the  Prime Rib  comes from the beef forequarter, where it is separated from the Chuck between the fifth and sixth ribs, and from the loin between the twelfth and thirteenth ribs. Thus the Rib Steak are cut between the  6th and 12th ribs  (7 ribs long). As the Ribeye Steak, the main muscle of the Rib Steak is the Longissimus Dorsi, which is located high up on the beef back. The two other surrounding muscles are: the Spinal Dorsi (aka Ribeye cap), and the Longissimus Costarum (the triangular strip of muscle underneath the Rib Bone).



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Located in South America and being one of the world’s largest beef exporters, Argentina is well known for its exceptional beef quality

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Cooking expert tips

Pan Cooking:

  • Step 1:  Take your steak out of the fridge and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes before grilling.
  • Step 2:  Season your steak with salt and pepper, and slightly coat it with olive oil
  • Step 3:  Pre-heat the skillet over medium-high heat until it just starts to smoke
  • Step 4:  Lie your Rib Prime in the pan and sear for 3-4 minutes each side, or until the steak is a nice brown color.
  • Step 5:  Turn heat tol low-medium and let your steak cook for 10-15 minutes each sides depending on your desired cook.
  • Step 6:  Remove the steak from the pan. Allow it to rest for 10 minutes at room temperature to lock in the juice, then cut thin slice and ENJOY!