Gundagai GLQ5+ Lamb Striploin
Free Range | 2 lbs | GLQ5+
Highest Quality + Best Tasting Lamb
- This premium cut boasts exceptional tenderness and marbling, offering a mouth watering flavor experience that is unrivaled.
- Perfect for pan-frying or roasting, this versatile cut is sure to impress even the most discerning foodies
- Serve with roasted vegetables, potato wedges, or creamy mushroom sauce for a hearty and satisfying meal that will leave your taste buds wanting more.
- Each lamb is graded for the perfect balance of mouth-watering intramuscular fat and just the right amount of tender lean meat.
- For the first time, objectively measures the overall health and well-being of each lamb. Only the healthiest lamb gets labeled as Gundagai
- GLQ 5+ means more delicious lean meat with the perfect amount of fat for tender flavor — no excess wasteful fat.
- To enhance the presentation and flavor, add some seasonings and stuffing. Consider some fresh herbs such as thyme, oregano, and rosemary. And don’t forget to add some garlic!
- After you’ve added your filling, tie up the lamb and leave it overnight to infuse the flavors.
- Heat up a pan with oil over high heat and sear the outside of the lamb before placing it in the oven. This will help to create a delicious crust.
- Try Pinot Noir with your lamb saddle. This light-bodied red wine has a delicate aroma of raspberries, strawberries, and violets that complement the subtle flavors of the lamb.
- Bring out the rich flavors of your lamb saddle with a full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon. The tannins in the wine will cut through the richness of the lamb and bring out its savory notes.
About Gundagai Lamb
This lamb is truly a cut above
Gundagai is obsessed with knowing as much as they can about the quality of the food they produce and consume. Their new technology allows them to accurately measure the Lean Meat Yield, Intramuscular Fat (think delicious marbling) and Animal Health of all Gundagai Lambs.
They grade each lamb on the perfect balance of mouth watering intramuscular fat and just the right amount of tender lean meat. And for the first time, they are able to objectively measure the overall health and well-being of each lamb. The healthier the lamb? The higher the grade. They never settle for anything less than the highest quality and best tasting lamb, and neither should you.