6 TYPES OF STEAKS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW

Author : chef ssentongo Geoffrey

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Types of beef steaks you should know

Here’s your guide to the most well-known types of steaks :

1- FILET MIGNON :

Is the name of the steak cut from the beef tenderloin, a long cylindrical muscle that runs along the spine. It’s one of the most expensive cuts of beef. This steaks have almost no fat content, so you definitely don’t want to overcook them, or they will dry out.

2 – SIRLOIN STEAK:

Sirloin steak, Sometimes called top sirloin, these boneless steak come from the sirloin section, near the rear of the animal.

3 – T-BONE OR PORTERHOUSE :

These “T-bone” shaped steak are a favorite of meat lovers. Because they actually contain two steaks; the strip and tenderloin they’re cut from the short loin and are always sold on the bone.

4 – RIBEYE STEAK

The Ribeye is the juiciest, most marbled steak. Its cut from the center of the Rib section and sold as bone-in or boneless steak.

5 – TOMAHAWK STEAK

This flintstone-looking cut is basically a Ribeye steak that wasn’t cut off of the Rib bone. Its thickness depends on the thickness of the bone, but they’re generally in the neighbourhood of two inches thick.

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Published by Chef ssentongo Geoffrey

I started my culinary journey at the young age and I love my career.

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