Boneless Shin

Per Kilo

Serve scrumptious dishes for lunch and dinner. Boneless shin cuts from Tenderbites are the perfect meat cut for flavorful meals like mechado, braised beef, or osso buco.

Slow-cook our premium boneless shin cuts and enjoy how absolutely tender they are.

You can’t rush a delicious dish when cooking with beef shin cuts because the extra depth of flavor that these cuts have takes time. The increased cooking time results in a meal that’s definitely worth the wait.

Beef shins are inexpensive but flavorful cuts from the cow’s forequarter or hindquarter legs. It is considered a tough cut because of the high presence of connective tissue or lipids. These are hardworking muscles used for movement and weight support, making them tough but flavorful.

The rugged exterior of beef shin cuts requires low and slow cooking to break down its fibers and make its interior moist and tender. Because of its long preparation time, it is often seen as an undesirable cut. However, you shouldn’t underestimate the flavor and juiciness packed into it. In fact, it is a cost-effective beef portion that can make simple meals into delicious dishes.

If you’re looking for a burst of savory taste, look no further than TenderBites’ beef shin cuts. Our premium meats are perfect for a comforting family meal or individual portions. We follow an “any cut, any request” policy, pack our choice cuts in your preferred serving sizes, and offer a per-kilo basis ordering system for your convenience.

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Different Ways To Enjoy Boneless Shin

  • Braised shin of beef with creamy mash
  • Keto beef shin with creamed brussels sprouts
  • Braised shin of beef with hot and sour shredded salad
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Get Personalized Cuts From The Country’s Best Butchers

TenderBites' Suki Experience offers you premium meat cuts exactly how you like them. Our team of skilled butchers helps you save cooking time by prepping your meat before delivering it straight to your doorstep. Whether you want diced cubes or a specific serving size, your favorite butcher is there to help you out.

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We pride ourselves on procuring a wide variety of local cuts and imported meats from countries like the US and Japan. TenderBites' catalog of high-quality meat includes authentic Japanese Wagyu, USDA Prime, and Certified Angus Beef.

If you're unsure which cut will work best for your meal, our skilled butchers will help you pick the right meat for a flavorful meal.

Store Locations

Is online shopping for meat a challenge?

TenderBites Real-time Online Shopping. It's like going there yourself, without the hassle.

  • Video call one of our stores. A bespoke butcher or salesclerk will show you what's available.
  • Place your order along with cutting and packing instructions. See a sample to be sure it's exactly how you want it.
  • When your order is ready, we'll send your invoice and payment link via SMS.
  • Pay online. Our staff will notify you of the delivery schedule.
  • Order gets delivered to your doorstep. Cook, dine, enjoy.

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Is boneless shin tough or tender?
Beef shin comes from the forequarter or hindquarter legs of cows. The muscles in these legs hold up and support the entire weight of the cow. This means that the meat is quite tough as it has a lot of connective tissues that need to be broken down in order to tenderize the meat.
What’s the best way to cook boneless shin?
The lean muscles of the cow’s lower leg need to be simmered to make it tender and unleash its delicious taste. Slow cooking like braising or smoking allows you to break down the connective tissue in the meat.
How do I store boneless shin?
Boneless shin cuts should be kept in a freezer between 0-5ºC to prevent bacterial growth. Make sure to fully thaw the meat first before cooking it. Do this by placing it on a plate on the bottle shelf of the fridge. Make sure to defrost the beef away from other foods as it releases liquids that can spread bacteria. Use the meat within 24 hours of thawing. Do not refreeze the boneless shin.


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