Beef Steak

Beef steak refers to portions of meat cut in an upright direction to the muscles. The meat may be cut from different regions of the cattle.

Cooking with Beef Steak

A beef steak is best cooked by grilling. The meat from the rib and lion regions is tender and may be conveniently cooked in dry heat. The tough meat from the round and chuck regions are best cooked on moist heat and then tenderized.

Levels of Cooking Beef Steak `
o Raw- the beef is left in the uncooked stage
o Blue Steak or seared or very rare steak
o Rare
o Medium rare
o Medium
o Medium well done
o Well done
o Overcooked

The Different Kinds Of Beef Steaks :

• Chateaubriand steak
• Chuck steak
• Cube steak
• Filet mignon
• Flank steak
• Flat iron steak
• Hanger Steak (onglet in French)
• Popeseye Steak
• Round Steak
• Sirlion Steak
• Skirt steak
• Strip steak
• T-bone steak/ Porterhouse
• Tri-tip steak or roast
• Salisbury steak
• Steak tartare

Beef Steak Blogs

How To Barbecue Beef

How To Barbecue Beef On : 02-Jul-2010 By : gastronomica

Beef barbecue is perhaps the most famous dining choice in the US as well as in Australia. If you have guests over on the weekend are wondering how to barbecue beef, here are few things to keep in mind. Before Cooking – The Beef ...

Top Three Beef Cookbook Reviews - Best Beef Cookbooks

Top Three Beef Cookbook Reviews - Best Beef Cookbooks On : 18-Aug-2011 By : Shivani99

  Here are reviews for the top three beef cookbooks out there. It does not matter if you’re a whiz in the kitchen or just a beginner, you will find recipes for every skill level and every occasion. Hopefully the reviews will help you...

How To Make Dry Age Steak At Home

How To Make Dry Age Steak At Home On : 20-Nov-2010 By : bronzegoddess_bright

p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } Making dry age steak at home is not entirely impossible but kinda doable. On that positive note, I will first tell you about the basic facts pertaining to the dry aging of beef. ...

Is Your Steak Contaminated?

Is Your Steak Contaminated? On : 05-Oct-2012 By : FitGal

  Steaks, roasts, or ground beef are a few basic food stuffs used in our kitchen, something that we cannot do without. But did you know why the USDA recommends cooking the steaks and roasts at 145 degrees while the ground beef requires 160 degrees...

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