Most popular Steak Cuts
Do you know which steak cut to order when you visiting a steakhouse? What are the difference between Ribeye, Sirloin or Tenderloin, and even a T-bone?
a. As its name suggests, it is the tenderest cut of beef.
b. This cut of steak is known for its tenderness and abundance of juicy beef flavor.
c. Usually served as a smaller cut and therefore it’s ideal if you’re not as hungry!
d. Lean, elegant and dazzling, tenderloin is always good with grilling.
a. Tender & juicy, the marbling is plentiful yet not excessive.
b. The incredible flavor and natural tenderness of this steak is impressive for even the most discerning meat lovers.
c. Best for grilling, broiling or oven-roasting.
Sirloin / Striploin
a. Sirloin is a favorite of many people due to its stronger meat flavor and its tenderness throughout.
b. Although it’s often seen as the slightly leaner alternative to the Ribeye, its characteristic white strip of fat gives an extra succulent flavor that’s too good to miss.
c. Ideal to go with grilling, broiling or sautéing.
a. Also known as the Porterhouse Steak.
b. Combination of both Ribeye and Sirloin/Striploin so that you can taste two parts at the same time.
c. Remember the ribeye part cooks faster so you might need to avoid heating this part for a long time.
d. Ideal to go with grilling.