Rump steak is taken from the centre rump section in the hindquarter. It comprises a single muscle only, unlike a traditional rump steak which is usually made up of three individual muscles all held together with connective tissue, hence, it is termed a premium rump.

'Premium' prime rump steak

What's 'Premium' prime rump steak

Rump steak is taken from the centre rump section in the hindquarter. It comprises a single muscle only, unlike a traditional rump steak which is usually made up of three individual muscles all held together with connective tissue, hence, it is termed a premium rump.

How Can I Cook It?

Rump steak is best grilled or pan-fried in a large hot griddle or frying pan. It is also great for the BBQ.

To cook a 2cm/ 3/4 in thich steak:

Rare: 2 ½ minutes each side

Medium Rare: 3-3 ½ minutes each side

Medium: 4 minutes each side

Well done: 6 minutes each side

Leave to rest for a couple of minutes before serving.

What Else Could I Use?

For a similar tender steak, try a sirloin or for a more everyday steak try a flat iron - especially if you are looking for one that cooks well rare or medium rare.

Did You Know?

The prime rump steak is produced from a single rump muscle which is very tender and succulent.