What Is Cote De Boeuf?

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Cote de Boeuf is a single rib cut from the centre of a full rib of beef. It is grilled or fried and often served with a Bearnaise sauce and chips. It is also sometimes called a beef chop.
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Cote de Boeuf refers to a single rib cut from the centre of a full rib of beef. It is grilled or fried and often served with a bearnaise sauce and chips. It could also refer to a traditional beef rib steak joint on the bone often prepared as a luscious meal.
Cote de boeuf (French for 'rib of beef') is a cut of meat also referred to as a bone-in ribeye or a cowboy steak. It comes from the middle section of a cow's ribcage, which is considered the best of the rib cuts. Since it has a lot of fat, it tends to be very flavorful and juicy, so it does not require a lot of sauce or garnish. Cote de boeuf is also known for its chewiness.
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