USDA Choice Angus Beef for Stew (priced per pound)
Why We Love This
In the mood for comfort food? This hand-selected, grain-fed, USDA-choice Angus beef stew meat is splendid in soup, stew, chili and more.
About this item
- Premium USDA Choice Angus Beef
- Hand-selected and cut
- Best prepared using moist heat
- Excellent when braised or slow cooked for stews and chili
Make Sam’s Club your destination for fresh, premium USDA Choice Angus beef that is satisfaction-guaranteed. We offer an extensive, high-quality selection of beef at great value to our members. Member’s Mark beef adheres to a strict cattle selection process to ensure you receive the highest-quality beef from only the best Angus cattle. Our beef is grain-finished for superior marbling, which brings out rich flavor. It is also aged to perfection for optimal tenderness. Whether you’re stocking up or enjoying a meal for one, we’ve got you covered – we offer anything from two-steak packages to full cases of beef. Visit your Sam’s Club meat department for premium USDA Choice Angus beef that is cut fresh daily, right here in the club.
How Can You Use the USDA Choice Angus Beef for Stew?
When you're getting ready to make some beef stew, you really do need to make sure that you're always using only the very best ingredients. This particular cut is best prepared with moist heat, making this the ideal option for beef stew.
Is Beef Stew the Only Way to Use This Cut?
While this product can help to make some easy beef stew, it's important to remember that it is certainly not the only way that you can use this meat. It's possible to make plenty of other tasty dishes. For example, you could use it to make some chili or soup.
How to Buy Beef Stew Meat
If you're buying meat to make tasty beef stew and other dishes, you need to make sure that you get the right amount. Consider the number of people you will be serving and the dish that you will be making to be sure that you are getting enough for the meal. If it's a stew, four to six ounces per person should be enough. You may want to consider buying extra and freezing any that you won't be using right away.