USDA Choice Angus Beef Boneless Strip Steak (priced per pound)
About this item
- USDA Choice Angus beef contains moderate marbling for extra tenderness
- Perfect balance of fat and meat provides a juicy bite every time
- Easy to prepare on the grill, pan and oven
- Always fresh, never frozen
Treat yourself to a fine dinner by cooking up a USDA Choice Angus Beef Boneless Strip Steak. Juicy, tender, and full of flavor, this cut of beef can satisfy even the strongest of appetites.
What Is USDA Choice Angus Beef Boneless Strip Steak?
USDA Choice Angus Beef Boneless Strip Steak is a tender piece of meat your palate will appreciate with every bite. Graded as USDA Choice, this steak has lovely marbling on each strip to produce that beautiful cut of steak we're all looking. Plus, it has delicious juiciness.
How to Cook a Boneless Strip Steak?
Whether cooked on the pan or grill, a high-quality beef like this one doesn't need much to taste like it was made in a five-star steakhouse. Simply sprinkle with salt, heat up your pan or grill until it's smoking hot, then place your steak in. Cook each side until browned. Season with pepper. Then add butter, herbs and garlic, and start basting. Take the steaks out when the desired doneness is reached. An internal temperature of 125°F for rare, 135°F for medium-rare, and 145°F for medium. Enjoy.
Great for Any Occasion
Fresh Angus beef is great for any occasion. Steaks like this one, anybody can go for. Dining solo? Cook a juicy steak for yourself to indulge in. Table for two? Pair red wine with your boneless strip steaks for a fancy dinner that'll impress your significant other. Family night? Dinner consists of a juicy grilled Angus steak cooked to perfection, served with a side of creamy mashed potatoes and sauteed string beans.
Steaks are hand-cut in Club. Grab a package of steaks and they're ready for the grill! Enjoy cutting your own steaks? We also have a whole strip loin Cryovac® available. Interested in selling this item in your restaurant? Take a trip to your local Club and ask a meat associate about our case prices.