Also known as the healthy burger and sometimes dubbed "hump burger". Already a must-try and delicacy in Dubai for years, very popular amongst Japanese tourists say the locals. There it already has become an alternative to beef and lamb. And now joining kangaroo and crocodile the latest craze has spread to Sydney and has become a great hit as well.
And now here we come: The Meat Guy presents you the McDromedary Patty, Humpy Patty or simply the Camel Patty!
Cholesterol free and lean - same as our kangaroo patties - a tasty and healthy alternative. Camel meat surprisingly tastes like coarse beef. Its taste and smell can be described as sweetish. Don't miss this chance! Now here in Japan and to your doorstep. Aren't we great!
One of the many uses for our patties is breakfast burritos, sausage rolls or sandwiches for example.
Because size does make a difference! Our regular-sized patties weigh around 100g. Sometimes we do offer special patties which weigh 150g and are hand-made. We use natural ingredients only and no preservatives or artificial colors, flavors whatsoever!
Fresher than our patties is impossible unless you start molding living cows into patties. We take fresh ingredient (never frozen) and mix them with fresh spices (not flavors!) and then mold them into patties by a machine. We freeze the packs right after processing. Our patties never contain artificial flavors, preservatives or any kind of chemicals.
We don't add any additives or artificial preservatives to any of our items we produce! All the spices we add are 100% natural spices only and most spices are even ground at our processing plant just shortly before we produce our patties which adds extra freshness. Because our patties are additive-free they need to be cooked immediately once you thaw them. The only way to preserve our sausages up to a whole year is by keeping them frozen.
One big advantage of our patties is that they can be easily prepared while frozen. The patties are separated by a paper film which allows you to easily separate them while they are frozen. Use low heat to let the patties slowly defrost and cook on the inside.
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪