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Cooking Instruction for Beef Cuts

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1. Chuck Steak

Chuck Steak. A relatively inexpensive cut which is good for both, dry (e.g. frying on stove) and moist heat (e.g. crock pot) cooking methods.

A relatively inexpensive cut which is good for both, dry (e.g. frying on stove) and moist heat (e.g. crock pot) cooking methods.

 

How to Cook Chuck Steak

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2. Filet Mignon

Filet Mignon

A very tender, but less flavorful steak – ideal for quick high-heat cooking like the one on stove top.

How to Cook Filet Mignon

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3. Flat Iron

Slightly chewy, but the flavor compensates that con – especially when cooked no further than medium-rare.

 

How to Cook Flat Iron

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4. NY Strip

NY Strip

Rich flavor and juiciness – this cut is good on stove, grill and in oven.

 

How to Cook NY Strip

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5. Rib Eye

Rib Eye

One of the most famous and tasty steaks – everyone loves it for being both, tender and flavorful.

 

How to Cook Rib Eye

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6. Round Steak

A cheaper and leaner steak, which goes well on grill (when marinated) and on stove top.

 

How to Cook Round Steak

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7. Sirloin

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A steak so good it was knighted – sir loin!

 

How to Cook Sirloin

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