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Topside

Topside comes from the inside of the hind leg, between the thick flank and the silverside. Topside is extremely lean and performs best when diced for slow-cooking in a hearty casserole or braise.


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Topside roast


The topside roast is the inner thigh muscle, taken from the hind leg by following the natural seam between the knuckle and the silverside. As a well-used muscle, it’s extremely lean with a lot of connective tissue. Topside roast also performs well diced and cooked low and slow in a casserole or braise.

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Topside steak


Sliced from the whole topside, this steak comes from the inside of the hind leg, between the thick flank and the silverside. Lean and versatile, topside steaks benefit from tenderising and are ideal for schnitzels or steak sandwiches. They can also be sliced thinly across the grain for stir-fries or diced for low, slow-cooking.

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