Spiced Camel Cubes (150g + 10 Skewer Sticks)

Spiced Camel Cubes (150g + 10 Skewer Sticks)
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Camel has red meat, similar to beef, but very rich, dark, and smooth. These are pre-cut and spiced cubes. (Frozen)
SKU D043
CONTENTS 150.00g
UNIT PRICE ¥727 / per 100g
Raw material origin Australia
RAW MATERIALS Camel meat, potato starch, salt, spices
PACKAGING AND HANDLING Keep Frozen at -18 degrees C
Allergens contained in this product (7 specified raw materials)
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How about some camel? One hump or two? Many cultures eat camel as a delicacy on special occasions. It's a red meat, similar to beef, but very rich, dark, and smooth.

Recently Australia has been pushing it on everyone. Somebody decided in the early 1900s that it would be a good idea to let some wild camels lose in the Australian desert and they've been giving everyone headaches ever since. We use a tender cut of meat to make these cubes and it's also reputed to be healthier than other red meats because it's slightly leaner. In a few years time, I guarantee everyone in California will be eating camel burgers with camel-chinos.

We cut this meat into cubes and they come with 10 long bamboo sticks so you can make skewers, kebabs, kabobs, whatever you call them, with a mix of vegetables if you like. These cubes are seasoned, vacuum packed and then immediately frozen. 

Serving Suggestion

Some say camel tastes like a cross between lamb and beef. These cubes are perfect for giving this kind of meat a try! 

Make your own skewers with vegetables and throw them on the grill or in the frying pan for a few minutes. The cubes are relatively small in size, so they won't need long. Don't overcook them! You will be surprised how good this taste.


The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪

  • ラクダ肉
  • 香辛料強め
  • Tough, but Tasty
    The spice blend was good, and gave the meat an authentic Middle-eastern flavor. The meat was a bit tough, but such is to be expected from camel, and while it smelled a bit funky on the grill, the spice blend used did a great job of removing any gaminess. My only complain would be that the chunks of meat were very small and somewhat thin, making it difficult to skewer. For one 150g bag, we were able to make 4 loaded skewers (no veggies, only meat)...that cooked quite quickly due to the thinness of the meat.
  • Interesting
    These camel cubes have an interesting spice mix on them which almost gives a kebab style taste. I agree that this is somewhere between lamb and beef but.. it's still somehow more unique than that. After a good while on the barbecue, the inside seems to stay nicely red. Bottom line is: if you haven't had camel, give it a try.

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