Ground Round

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Looking for a low-fat alternative to regular ground beef? Choose Tenderbites! We offer round ground beef with extra-lean meat.
You can cook almost anything with ground beef — it’s great for soups, stews, spaghetti, meatloaf, and cabbage rolls.

Ground Round

Any Cut,
Any Request
Packed How
You Want It

Ground round is taken from the lower end of the cow, near the tail. Butchers make ground round out of bottom round, eye of round, heel of round, and other round cuts.

With only 10% fat, TenderBites ground round is leaner compared to other cuts, making it perfect for sauces and with vegetables.

Ground round isn’t as beefy as ground sirloin, though. But including this cut in dishes with other liquids can give any meal a balanced flavor. For example, some cooks add ground round to dishes like soups, stews, or spaghetti.

Stay healthy and cook with ground round from TenderBites! We’ll pack it just the way you want it, in serving size portions for easy and safe meal prep. You can also order ground round from our website and get it delivered right to your doorstep. Buy ground round and other premium meat cuts from our online store today.

Different Ways to Enjoy Ground Round

  • Low-calorie diet meatloaf
  • Spaghetti
  • Enchilada
  • Burrito

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Is ground round considered ground beef?
Ground round is a type of ground beef. But you can’t call ground beef “ground round” unless the meat comes from the actual rounds of the cow.
Can I make a hamburger patty out of ground round?
We don’t recommend making burger patties out of ground round beef. Since it contains less fat, it may be somewhat dry when cooked as a patty. A good lean to fat ratio for burgers is 80/20.
What’s the ideal cooking temperature for ground round?
For medium to medium-rare doneness, set your cooking temperature to 140°F. Otherwise, you may cook the meat at 165°F.
How do I handle ground round?
Make sure that ground round is the last item you’ll buy on your shopping list. And before you put the meat in your cart, check to see that it has undamaged packaging.
More importantly, store the meat below 40°F and cook it within two days. You can also freeze ground round beef if you’re not cooking it yet. TenderBites will pack your ground round so you can defrost only what you’ll be cooking.

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