The flavor profile of a Mayura Station Chocolate Wagyu Signature Sirloin Steak is akin to a light beer, with an umami taste (umami is salty, sour, bitter, and sweet all at once, like soy sauce) and a noticeable sweet edge at the end
Mayura Station Chocolate Wagyu Signature Sirloin Steak BMS8-9
- Prep Time: 5-20 minutes (Depend on personal taste, it can be cooked directly or pickled with black pepper and salt)
- Cook Time: Grill – 20-25 minutes; Pan-Sear: 10-15 minutes; Oven: 20-25 minutes.
- Total Time: Depends on your liking.
- Yield: 1-2 servings
– Noticeable sweet edge at the end
ABOUT MAYURA STATION
Established in 1997 with the importation of some of Australia’s first live Wagyu 100% Full-blood cattle. Mayura Station is home to one of the world’s most elite Full-blood Wagyu breeding operations. Decades of performance breeding have identified superior breeding lines and further established Mayura Station in South Australia as the epicentre of outstanding Wagyu genetics outside of Japan.
Mayura Station Signature Series Wagyu beef has been specifically developed for greater complexity and integration of extremely high marbling, rich with buttery and nutty flavours a silky smooth texture and unrivalled juiciness. This is Full-blood Wagyu beef with the ultimate wow factor.
What is a sirloin steak? :
Beef sirloin is one of the two major suboptimal of the beef loin primal cut, which runs from the 13th rib to the end of the hip bone. the sirloin sits farther back toward the rear leg, where the muscles get more exercise, which means meat from this section can be tougher than other steak cuts.