Member's Mark Beef Oxtail Cryovac (priced per pound)
Why we love this
When it comes to oxtail, we take it seriously. Our pieces are hand cut from USDA Choice Angus beef, so that your stew or soup comes out perfect every time.
About this item
- Beef oxtail pieces
- USDA Choice, Angus beef
- Item is variable weight sold by the pound
- Available in MultiVAC packages
- Always fresh never frozen
Due to high demand,
This item may be unavailable from time to time.
Sam's Club sells 100% Angus Beef proudly raised in the United States. We hand cut all of our steaks and roasts daily for superior freshness. Only one out of five head of cattle qualify for Member's Mark Choice Angus Beef. Our beef is certified USDA Choice, which means the beef you take home is the same high quality you would expect from some of the finest steakhouses, with exceptional tenderness, juiciness and flavor. You can expect our Member's Mark steaks and roasts to have a rich flavor due to superior marbling. Our ranchers raise premium cattle, which allows for such a high-quality product.
When paired with a red wine such as Cabernet Sauvignon, the tannins complement the rich, fatty marbling perfectly. We offer a great selection of steaks and roasts in a variety of package sizes great for Members and families. Visit your Sam’s Club meat department to purchase a Member’s Mark USDA Choice Angus Beef that is cut fresh in the club each day. Enjoy Member’s Mark beef at great value with a satisfaction guarantee.
Cryovac Storage & Prep Suggestions
We suggest to cook Member's Mark Beef Oxtail within 3–5 days after purchase.
How Do You Cook Oxtail in the Oven?
Preheat oven to 325°F. Sprinkle oxtails liberally with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Coat the bottom of a heavy Dutch oven with olive oil and brown oxtails on both sides. Add beef broth, seasonings (basil, oregano) and tomato sauce. Cover tightly, place in oven and bake for 2–3 hours. Remove from the oven, place on the stove. Add stew vegetables of your choice. Cover and simmer until vegetables are tender, approximately 20–30 minutes.