A tender cut of beef from the lower back of the cow, sold as roasting joints and steaks. It’s slightly less tender than sirloin but still only needs quick cooking. Rump steaks can be grilled or fried and are usually accompanied with sauces such as peppercorn or red wine sauce. Rump steaks are also good used in stir-fries and kebabs.
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