Prime Sirloin Chateau Roast - Certified Angus Beef
1 Certified Angus Beef Prime Sirloin Chateau Roast, 2 1/2 pounds average
**Product is cut fresh to order (ships frozen) – can take up to 2 business days**
Prime Sirloin Chateau Roast
Cut from the center of the Top Sirloin, the Prime Sirloin Chateau Roast yields a premium lean, juicy and tender roast that boasts great flavor.
Often compared to the tenderloin chateau roast, this roast makes for an easy and delicious family meal. Try this recipe for a Top Sirloin Chateau Roast with a Tangy Cranberry Glaze for the perfect family meal this Holiday Season.
Cut and packaged fresh, ships frozen.
Learn to cook your roast to perfection. Cooking times and temperatures will vary with your method of preparation, the size of the roast, and your desired degree of doneness. Check out these Roasting Tips from Certified Angus Beef.
Angus Beef That’s a Cut Above the Rest
Quality starts with the Angus breed, renowned for its marbling. However, Angus alone does not define quality, the Certified Angus Beef ® brand does.
To earn the brand’s logo, beef must grade Choice or Prime, then pass 10 exacting standards for mouthwatering flavor, tenderness and juiciness. Only 3 in 10 Angus Cattle meet the brand’s high standards. When you see the logo, you know you’re getting the best Angus Beef, ever.
Meet some of our ranching families. The foundation of the best beef, they work hard to respect the land, animals and the resources of the land.
The highest quality angus beef, only about 2.9% of beef receives the prime grade. Due to the superior quality, outstanding flavor profile and abundant marbling throughout, this grade of beef is offered at many upscale restaurants and hotels.
The USDA grades beef in two ways. The first is a quality grade for tenderness, juiciness and flavor. The second is a yield grade for the amount of usable lean meat on the carcass. While choice beef is also a high quality grade, it has less marbling than prime beef. According to the USDA, more marbling in a steak results in more flavor, moisture and tenderness. Marbling also helps keep beef moist during cooking.