Indulge in the bold, beefy flavor of Oregon Meat Co.'s grass-fed beef tongue, a truly gourmet delicacy in our range of premium, locally sourced beef products. Sourced from our cattle that live their lives freely roaming on open pasture, this unique cut offers an unparalleled culinary experience for those seeking to explore the rich depth of grass-fed beef.
Beef tongue, though often overlooked, is prized by gourmets worldwide for its tender texture and robust flavor. Cooked slowly to bring out its best, it becomes incredibly soft and delicious, offering an array of mouthwatering culinary possibilities.
At Oregon Meat Co., our cattle live the way nature intended. Born on pasture and raised freely, they enjoy a life free from chemicals, antibiotics, and hormones. They feed solely on grass, contributing to the development of a deep, richly flavored meat. Moreover, we dry-age our beef, just like gourmet restaurants and high-end butcher shops, to enhance its tenderness and amplify its flavor.
Savor it in a traditional Mexican beef tongue taco recipe, or enjoy it in a classic French langue de boeuf sauce piquante. Alternatively, explore the flavors of Eastern Europe with a hearty, comforting Russian-style beef tongue stew. The average weight of 2 lbs per package provides ample opportunity for a deliciously adventurous culinary journey.
Beef tongue not only offers a unique culinary experience but is also a good source of protein, iron, and zinc. Plus, it contains vitamin B12, an essential nutrient for brain function and blood formation.
Experience the tender texture, deep color, and big ‘beefy’ flavor of our pasture-raised, 100% grass-fed beef tongue. Our commitment to ethical and sustainable farming practices ensures that every bite you take contributes to a healthier planet. Delight in a dining experience that is truly remarkable, filled with unparalleled flavor, and respect for nature.
Beef tongue is perfect for smoking, slow roasting, or braising. Tongue meat becomes meltingly tender when cooked slowly over low heat. Each tongue will feed three to four people.