Kamis, 19 Agustus 2010

Beef Cut for Steak

Chateaubriand steak
Usually served for two, center cut from the large end of the tenderloin. Sometimes it's extra thick top sirloin.
Chuck steak
A cut from neck to the ribs.
Cube steak
A cut of meat, usually top round, tenderized by fierce pounding with a mallet or mechanical blades.
Filet Mignon
A cut from the small end of the tenderloin; the most tender and usually the most expensive cut by weight.
Flap steak
A cut from the bottom sirloin.
Flank steak
From the underside. Not as tender as steaks cut from the rib or loin.
Flat iron steak
A cut from under the shoulder blade.
Hanger steak or (French) onglet
a steak from near the center of the diaphragm. Flavorful, and very tender towards the edges, but sinewy in the middle. Often called the butcher's tenderloin or hanging tender.
Popeseye steak
thinly sliced rump steak, originating in Scotland and available in the UK.

Source: www.wikipedia.com

See Also: pasta, marzano


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