About the Recipe
Wagyu beef is a high-quality, premium cut of meat that is known for its rich, buttery flavor and tender texture. If you're looking for a mouth-watering roast, a slow-cooked Wagyu roast is an excellent option. Here's a simple recipe to get you started:
1x Japanese A5 Wagyu Roast
Salt and pepper, to taste
Olive oil, for searing
If your Wagyu Roast is frozen, we recommend thawing the Roast in the refrigerator for upwards of 2-3 days. Thawing meat in the refrigerator will ensure that it stays within the appropriate “safe zone” and allows for an even thaw.
Once your meat has thawed season to your preference. We always recommend keeping it simple with salt and pepper, because it allows you to truly appreciate this masterful Wagyu beef without interfering with its natural flavors. However, if you have a favorite seasoning or marinade that you like, we highly encourage you to do so in order to maximize your experience.
Sear the meat to seal in the juices. This can be done on a hot BBQ or a hot skillet, so all of the outside areas get at least 1 1/2 minutes on high heat to seal in the wonderful flavors.
Set your oven to a temperature of 160ºF and forget it for 6 hours. If there is any fat coming out, dial down the temperature a little bit. If your oven does not have a setting of 160º a standard meat thermometer sitting on the rack works to show the oven temperature.
Serve and enjoy.