Nervous to Prepare Beef Cheek?

Cooking beef cheek is not as challenging as you may think.  While cheek is an untraditional cut of beef, when braised or prepared in a slow cooker it becomes melt in your mouth tender.

Check out Chef Neil McCue from Whitehall preparing beef cheek in the video below, followed by some recipes for cooking beef cheek at home.

Here are our three favorite succulent beef cheek recipes.

  1. Braised beef cheek in red wine


  1. Chinese Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks


  1. Beer-braised beef cheek, pearl barley risotto, malted onions & ale sauce


Be Brave!

If you have worked up the courage to prepare it this weekend, it’s usually available at the meat counter of your local grocery store.

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