Indulge in the rich, hearty flavor of Oregon Meat Co.'s 100% grass-fed oxtail, a celebrated cut in our premium range of sustainable, locally sourced beef products. Each package is a testament to our commitment to high-quality, ethical farming, promising a flavorful and nutritious addition to your culinary creations.
Our oxtail, sourced from the tail of our carefully reared cattle, is a bone-in, gelatin-rich meat that, when slow-cooked, yields a tender, fall-off-the-bone delicacy. The intricate marbling imparts a depth of flavor that makes every dish truly memorable, while the marrow-filled bones add a velvety richness to your soups and stews.
At Oregon Meat Co., our cattle lead lives the way nature intended. They are born on pasture and roam freely on open pasture throughout their lives. Our beef is free of chemicals, antibiotics, and hormones. We dry-age our beef, a technique favored by gourmet restaurants and high-end butcher shops, to enhance the tender texture, deep color, and robust 'beefy' flavor, creating a product you can trust.
Use it to create a sumptuous oxtail stew, simmered with red wine and root vegetables for a meal that's both comforting and gourmet. Or venture into international cuisine with a traditional Korean oxtail soup, where the slow-cooked oxtail yields a savory, nutrient-rich broth.
Not only are our oxtails delicious, but they are also packed with nutrition. They are a rich source of protein, essential minerals like iron and zinc, and vitamins like Vitamin B12, supporting overall health and well-being.
With an average package size of approximately 1.5 lbs, it's perfect for creating unforgettable meals at home. Savor the unmatched quality of our pasture-raised, dry-aged beef and embark on a flavor journey that celebrates ethical, sustainable farming practices. Experience the taste of truly exceptional, natural beef that's a tribute to our beautiful planet.
Oxtail is an excellent braising cut. Literally the tail of the animal, it comes cut into small pieces of rich meat and lots of collagen. Make sure to cook oxtail low and slow in plenty of liquid.