This cut has a pronounced amount of fat within the meat, bringing about a lot of flavor to savor. The average steak is 3 in. wide, 6 in. long, and ½ in. thick in size. From the shoulder, the Chuck Steak naturally has a dynamic motion and structure. It is recommended to tenderize the meat with a highly acidic marinade before throwing it on a grill or skillet. An alternative to a marinade is preparing in a slow cooker rendering this steak to a fork-tender state.
Recipes for Chuck Steak
This dish reinvents comfort food by lightly frying marbled chuck steaks and pairing them with fingerling potatoes.
Baking chuck steaks with dry white wine helps tenderize the steaks and makes them juicy.
Instead of mashed potatoes, this dish calls for a beet and parsnip puree to pair with medium-rare chuck eye steaks.
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