Alpaca meat is not only rich in proteins, but also low in fat. It has the lowest level of cholesterol of any meat.
Approximately 50% of a carcass is used as prime cuts, such as loin cutlets and steaks, which are sold in either the fresh or frozen meat market. Secondary cuts are processed into sausages, hot dogs, ground meat and processed alpaca hams. Alpaca meat should be cooked quickly on a high heat, to retain its natural tenderness. It is best served rare or medium, and should be allowed to rest before serving.
Our Inspection allows us to sell alpaca meat throughout the US. This is another step in making the alpaca industry more sustainable.
Gourmet Alpaca Meals (click for larger image)
Videos: Preparing Gourmet Alpaca Meals (click to view video) * Videos from ILLAWARRA PRIME ALPACA
Alpaca Meat's Nutritional Values
Compared to Other Meats