There’s nothing better than a roast dinner, and the star of the show is always the meat, so depending on how you like to cook your roast, here’s our top tips on what cuts of meat are best to buy, and how best to cook them.
A traditional Sunday lunch favourite, this beautiful roast is sensational when cooked with rosemary and garlic.
A premium piece of meat, perfect with a red wine or mushroom sauce or simply on its own with cracked pepper and baby chat potatoes.
The most popular of beef roasts, so succulent the whole family will enjoy with an array of roast vegetables and yummy gravy.
So tasty, this lovely pork loin cut is delicious when roasted with apples or honey and is surprisingly lean and tender throughout.
A total crowd pleaser, pork belly is the most delicious cut of the pig, after all it’s what they make bacon from!
A traditional roast cut that can be cooked in many ways, perfect roasted or eaten with a variety of mustards.
Tasty and tender, this yummy cut of meat is moist and juicy and great with lemon, rosemary and mint to flavour.
Lean and healthy, the pork scotch cut has less fat but still packs the flavour, totally delicious when roasted with fennel and lemon.
Mouth-wateringly good, a rolled leg of pork is perfect for a dinner party or family gathering, yummy when roasted with apples and cider.
A family favourite, this delicious slow cooked beef makes a wonderful meal and leftovers make the yummiest sandwich fillings.
The perfect simple slow roast, so easy and tasty pop a lamb shoulder in the oven with onions and garlic in the morning and its mouth watering ready for dinner.
Simple to cook and perfect for weekend entertaining, put in the oven in the morning and will slow roast ready for a delicious dinner.
Slow roasting this tougher cut of meat will tenderise it perfectly so its moist, juicy and tender where it literally falls apart in your mouth!
Lovely and succulent when slow roasted the pork neck will be sweet, fragrant and tender especially when thyme, rosemary and bay leaves are added.
A great Aussie classic, beef silverside is tender and tasty when slow roasted and totally delicious when served with mash and gravy.