Picanha on the BBQ

With a juicy côte à l’os you never go wrong, but why should we always choose for something classic? How about Picanha, for example? Picanha is the tailpiece of the beef. Less known to us, but it's the most eaten piece of meat in South American cuisine. The Picanha or tailpiece is the end piece of the beef's flat buttock and is located under the thick loin. Typical of the Picanha is its thin and white-coloured fat rim, which makes the meat extra juicy and tasty. A whole Picanha weighs about 1 kg. You can prepare it as a roast beef, on a skewer or as a steak.