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Striploin is prepared from a Hindquarter by a cut at the lumbosacral junction to the ventral portion of the Flank. The Flank is removed at a specified distance from the eye muscle (M. longissimus dorsi) at both cranial and caudal ends.


Secondary Cuts

Sirloin roast

The striploin, also known as sirloin, is found along the spine in the hindquarter, running from the ribs to the rump. There are two striploins and they sit just above the tenderloin where the eye fillet is cut. The sirloin roast is succulent, tender and flavoursome and can be further cut into steaks.

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Sirloin steak

Sirloin steaks are cut from the rump end of the striploin, located along the spine in the hindquarter and running from the ribs to the rump. Coming from muscles that do less work, sirloin steaks have less fat and connective tissue making them lean, notably tender and juicy. This popular cut is best cooked using high temperature methods. Sirloin steaks can also be thinly sliced for use in stir-fries.

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T-bone steak

This steak is named after its ‘T’ bone shape and comes from the shortloin.  Providing two different textures and flavours, the T-bone features a tender fillet muscle on the smaller side and a juicy sirloin on the other.

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