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Mangaroa Farms

Mangaroa Rump Steak

Mangaroa Rump Steak

Regular price $22.97 NZD
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New Season Winter 2023 Beef, pasture-raised in the happy and fertile conditions of Mangaroa Farms.

Supplied Frozen

Rump steak comes from the hindquarter of the cow, which is located at the back end in the area between the hip and the tailbone. 

It’s a lean cut of meat with very little fat, making it a healthier option than other steaks.  It is also considered to have more flavour than other cuts because of its location on the cow, however not as tender as the likes of sirloin steak. 

Cooking a rump steak:

1. Preferably bring steak to room temperature before cooking.

2. Season well on both sides with salt & pepper.

3. Add oil to a pan and bring to hottest setting, allow oil to get hot before adding steak. Keep it set to the hot setting throughout cooking!

Rump Steak cooking time on each side - Based on a 1-inch thick cut. Add more time for a thicker cut or less for a thinner cut.

Rare - 2 min 
Medium Rare - 3 minutes
Medium - 4 minutes
Well done - 5+ minutes

4. After the first side has had the right cooking time, flip to the other side

5. Add butter and fresh thyme into the pan. Once the butter has melted in the pan time for the same as before for the desired doneness.

Rare - 2 min 
Medium Rare - 3 minutes
Medium - 4 minutes
Well done - 5+ minutes

6. During this final cooking time use a spoon to continuously coat the steak with the melted butter whilst it is cooking.

7. Remove from pan and place steak on a warmed plate to allow it to rest for at least 8 minutes.

12pm Thursdays for same week pickup.

Thursdays 4 - 5:30pm 
Fridays 8:30am - 12pm
Saturday 9am - 10am

108 Whitemans Valley Road, Upper Hutt.

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Resilience & Regeneration

Our veges are grown locally on our farm with no harmful sprays/chemicals inside our greenhouse, or outside in one of our classic 25m long garden beds. Happy herds of sheep, cows, and chickens are grazed in the pastures nearby, working as part of a regenerative system that nourishes the underground soil microbes, and giving back to Papatūānuku.