Premium Riverine Beef Scotch Fillet with Mushroom Sauce


Our Scotch fillet is from award-winning Riverine beef. The beef is raised in the lush, temperate Riverine region. It is produced from carefully selected cattle that are raised on natural pastures and then finished on a balanced diet of cereal grains. This grain diet creates beef with rich flavour and even marbling. Underpinned by the Meat Standards Australia (MSA) grading system, experience exceptional quality, every time. 

To complement this amazing cut of beef, Chef Sebastien developed a beautiful &  traditional mushroom sauce. 

Preparation, cooking and serving instructions

Frozen product. To defrost, put in the fridge for 24 hours. Defrost separately the meat and the sauce. Once defrosted, cook, and consume within 48 hours.  

Take the marinated meat out of the bag. Do not use the sauce yet. It is recommended to bring the meat back to room temperature before grilling them.

Heat up the bbq and cook the meat for 2 min on both sides for medium rare. Put the meat aside and let it rest for 10 minutes. In the meantime, heat up a pan and pour the sauce into the pan, stir for a couple of minutes. Pour the sauce on the rested meat, and serve.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

This steak was amazing and even better, my fussy little boy loved it too


The meat was so tender and delicious.

Tasty and Tender

It's like eating out at a quality restaurant, except you cooked it and you're eating at home. What makes this meal so enjoyable is how tasty and tender it is, and how easy it is to prepare. Another of Delidoor's marvellous meals that's on my ever-growing 'Repeat' list.

Kay H
Great steak meal

Had this last night and it was very nice. I cooked it in the airfryer, little spray of oil and turned it once.
I have not had much success with steak preferring to eat it when dining out but will be having this again. It was tender and flavoursome, just enough fat on it to retain its shape.
The sauce was very nice too, heated it in the microwave, plenty for both steaks.