Oxtail makes incredibly delicious soups and stews, with melt-in-your-mouth meat and a unique rich flavour. At one time, oxtail was considered a “cheap” offcut, but now it is recognized as a gourmet specialty product that is generally hard to find.
Slow-cook your oxtail in a stew or marinade, or roast it for several hours, to produce a rich and flavourful meat that literally falls apart. Oxtail is actually quite similar to beef cheeks in many respects but takes just a bit more work to remove the extra fat and bones after cooking.
Sold in one-pound packages.