Can beef and hind shanks be eatin rare?
- pennybarrLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Only if you like really tough, gamey meat. These two cuts of beef really need to be braised over low heat or in an preheated 325Foven for several hours. Eating them medium rare will not make you sick but I don't think you will like them either. I
- Stephen LLv 77 years ago
No. Hind shank comes from the leg, which is constantly used by the animal, which means that it's tough and sinewy. Therefore, it's best used in stews, casseroles and soups.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Yes they can but can be very chewy they need to be braised