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, very 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. This camel meat isn't wild but they're still raised in a way that allows them to run around and give everyone headaches. 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 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 froze immediately. They're the perfect size so that they'll cook all the way through on a BBQ in a short amount of time.
Make your own skewers with vegetables and throw them on the grill or in the frying pan for a few minutes. It's a festive food!
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪