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Halal Beef Shin On The Bone

Product is certified Halal by Your Halal Guarantee-YHG

£7.00 1 Kg

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Crafted from the finest Lincoln Red Beef, a breed known for its rich and exceptional flavor, this cut is a testament to both tradition and quality.

Estimated Delivery:
22 May - 23 May
  • Grass Fed

  • Fresh

  • 100% Organic


Nutritional Information (per 100g) of halal beef shin : 


Energy (kj): 602
Energy (kcal): 143
Fat (g): 6.2
Saturates (g): 2.5
Carbohydrates (g): 0
Sugars (g): 0
Protein (g): 21.8
Salt (g): 0.17


What is beef shin ?

Shin of beef, also known as beef shank, is a cut of meat taken from the lower leg of a cow. It is typically a tougher and more fibrous cut due to the constant use of the leg muscles. However, when cooked properly, it becomes incredibly tender and flavorful, making it a popular choice for slow-cooking or braising. The connective tissues and collagen in the beef shin slowly break down during extended cooking times, resulting in a rich and velvety texture. This cut is often used in dishes like beef stew, osso buco, and other slow-cooked preparations. Its ability to absorb flavors and create a hearty, savory broth makes it a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike. 

Why Choose My Meat Shop for your Halal Beef Shin ? 


Choosing My Meat Shop for your Halal beef shin ensures a premium culinary experience marked by quality, ethical sourcing, and a commitment to meeting the highest standards. Here are compelling reasons why My Meat Shop stands out:

  • Halal Certification (VGH):
      • My Meat Shop holds a Halal certification from the reputable organization VGH. This certification guarantees that our Halal beef shin adheres to strict Islamic dietary guidelines throughout the entire production process.
  • Top-Quality Halal Beef Shin:
      • We prioritize offering top-quality Halal beef shin. Our commitment to excellence is evident in the careful selection of meat, ensuring tenderness, flavor, and consistent quality for a delightful culinary experience.
  • Ethical Sourcing:
      • My Meat Shop prioritizes ethical practices in every aspect of its business. This includes the humane treatment of animals, responsible sourcing, and sustainable practices. Choosing My Meat Shop means supporting ethical and responsible sourcing.
  • Comprehensive Cattle Care:
      • My Meat Shop takes responsibility for the entire journey of its meat products, including Halal beef shin. From the early stages of growth and feeding to the Halal slaughtering process, every step is managed with precision and care. The dedicated team ensures the highest standards of quality and ethical practices.
  • 24-Hour Delivery Service:
    • Enjoy the convenience of having your Halal beef shin delivered directly to your doorstep within 24 hours. My Meat Shop’s prompt delivery service ensures that you receive your order fresh and in a timely manner, allowing you to experience the best quality beef.
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How to cook beef shin ?

Cooking beef shin is a delightful culinary experience that can result in a tender and flavorful dish. Here's how to cook beef shin:


  • Beef shin
  • Cooking oil (such as vegetable or olive oil)
  • Onions, carrots, and celery (optional, for flavor)
  • Garlic (optional, for extra flavor)
  • Beef broth or stock
  • Herbs and spices (like thyme, rosemary, bay leaves)
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • Preparation :
      • Start by seasoning the beef shin with salt and pepper. This enhances the flavor of the meat.
  • Sear the Beef Shin :
      • Heat a large, heavy-bottomed pot or a skillet over medium-high heat. Add a bit of cooking oil.
      • Place the beef shin in the hot pan and sear it on all sides until it's nicely browned. This step locks in the flavors.
  • Saute Aromatics :
      • If you desire, add chopped onions, carrots, celery, and minced garlic to the pan. Sauté them until they're soft and aromatic.
  • Slow Cooking :
      • Transfer the seared beef shin to a slow cooker.
      • Add beef broth or stock until the beef shin is partially submerged.
      • Drop in herbs and spices like thyme, rosemary, and bay leaves for extra flavor.
      • You can also add more vegetables if desired.
  • Cooking Time :
      • Cook the beef shin on the low setting of your slow cooker for at least 4 to 6 hours. This extended cooking time allows the connective tissues to break down, resulting in tender meat.
  • Check for Doneness :
      • To check for doneness, insert a fork or knife into the meat. If it easily shreds, the beef shin is ready.
  • Serve :
    • Once the beef shin is tender, remove it from the slow cooker. You can slice or shred it, depending on your recipe.
    • You can serve it with the cooking liquid as a delicious sauce or use it as a base for soups and stews.


How long does it take to cook beef shin in a slow cooker ? 

To achieve tender and flavorful beef shin in a slow cooker, it's recommended to cook it on the low setting for at least 4 to 6 hours. Cooking it on low and for an extended period allows the tough connective tissues in the shin to gradually break down, resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth, succulent texture. However, if you're in a hurry, you can opt for the high setting and cook it for approximately 2 to 3 hours, but the low setting typically yields the best results for this cut.

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