Meat Pang - Saute

Another quick cooking method, sautéing involves high temperatures and is considered a relatively healthy choice as minimal oil or fat is used. Similar to pan searing, you may use a shallow pan for sautéing.

Not to be confused with pan searing, sautéing allows your food to be lightly browned, but thoroughly cooked, and this quick cooking allows for better flavour retention. This also means that this method works best with meats that are more thinly sliced, such as Meat Pang’s Australian Wagyu MB5 (sliced) or Beef Tenderloin.

Tip: Ensure your meat slices are evenly thick, so they cook evenly. Not a problem if you leave it to us to evenly slice your beef – simply select the option you want, and we will do the rest.