Did you know that beef kidneys contain an incredible amount of lean protein and b-vitamins?
The most important step in cooking up beef kidney is proper preparation.
As an organ meat, beef kidneys are large, and tough, and require a long cooking time. They also must be cleaned before cooking.
Traditionally prepared in a stew, start by removing as much of the fat and sinews as possible. Cut each one in half, and cook 2-3 minutes in simmering water. Drain the water and rest the kidneys for up to an hour before continuing to cook in a stew with pancetta, onions, garlic, wine and other vegetables.
Get creative in the kitchen and cook up a tasty nutritious dish with beef kidney from 100% grass-fed and finished cows!