Spicy Beef Tendon

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10 thoughts on “Spicy Beef Tendon

  1. Could I just say to a butcher, “I want some beef tendons,” and get this? My inlaws are ranchers and I would ask them for some, the next time they finish a cow for their consumption.

  2. Sounds like a great recipe!

    I’m lucky to have access to beef tendons from the local Asian markets.

    I was just talking to a rancher that I get my grass fed beef from and he never heard of beef tendon before.

  3. I am trying to get beef tendon from grass-fed, non-hormone cows. But none of the organic farms I’ve talked to carry it. Has anyone actually gotten it? Any suggestions on who might sell it? Are there state regulations against selling it?

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  5. I am sure you can request Beef Tendon from your butcher, I would also start looking at ethnic markets. The problem with a butcher at a grocery store is they aren’t processing whole animals, all comes in prepackage (Booooooo). For a grocery store to order tendon most likely they will have to order a 20+ # case. If you want 20#’s of tendon… then yes your butcher should be able to order anything, assuming its a real butcher. What town or city are you in? Maybe I can help source, thanks for the question.

  6. A lot of times farmers or slaughter house don’t go and pull the tendon off, it is extra work and time. Not saying they are lazy, but the tendon is a excellent addition to stock bones and typically added to that with all the knuckles.

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