The Lobel family of Lobel’s Prime Meats in Manhattan and Lobel’s of New York online butcher shop are fourth- and fifth-generation butchers. With our Cut of the Month series, we will bring you their wealth of knowledge and expertise on specific cuts of meat, including their unique characteristics, preparation methods, and how to select the best cut.
Boneless strip steaks are among our most popular steaks, and most people are familiar with this popular steak-lover’s favorite.
What you might not be familiar with is a hidden gem in our butcher shop that we call a “minute steak.” The Minute Steak is our version of a petite boneless strip steak. It’s 4 ounces, USDA Prime grade, and dry-aged to perfection.
Un Petit Délice
Just like our full-size boneless strip steaks, the Minute Steak‘s fine marbling, hearty flavor, and toothsome texture make this steak a customer favorite.
Because of its small portion size, this steak is thin and cooks very quickly. It only takes a minute or two per side to be grilled or pan-grilled to a perfect medium-rare—hence its name!
Its size makes the Minute Steak an ideal choice for breakfast, whether you prepare it as part of a steak and eggs feast, a full Irish or English breakfast, slice it into a breakfast burrito, or on a breakfast sandwich.
It’s also a great solution for quick weeknight dinners or hearty lunches—because it’s a snap to prepare, it you have a delicious steak sandwich a steak salad ready in no time. It’s also fantastic sliced for fajitas, burritos, wraps, and stir fry.
But even though it’s small, it packs a big flavor punch—the juicy, beefy USDA Prime quality Lobel’s is known for along with flavor and tenderness imparted by our hallmark dry-aging technique.
Minute Steak Recipes
Uses for this tasty little steak are limited only by your imagination. But, if you need some inspiration, here are some recipes to try.
Video Recipe: Steak and Eggs on the Grill
Substitute sliced Minute Steaks in any of these recipes:
Have you tried our Minute Steaks yet? What’s your favorite way to prepare them? Would you put this steak in a sandwich, on a salad, or have it for breakfast?