Even though the chuck is usually associated with stewing and braising cuts, the Flat Iron Steak boasts tenderness that rivals that of more premium steaks, while its beefy flavor is hearty and compares to skirt or hanger steak.
Preparing Flat Iron Steak
While many recipes recommend marinating a flat iron steak before cooking, there’s no need to do so with Lobel’s USDA Prime Flat Iron. Just brush it with olive oil, add fresh cracked pepper and some sea salt, then sear it in a hot grill pan, under the broiler, or on the grill for about 3 minutes per side, and you’ve got great eating in just about no time.
About Lobel's USDA Prime Beef
Of all the beef produced in the U.S., only 2% is certified prime grade by the USDA. From that small amount, the Lobels choose only the top 2% of high prime—you just can't get any better than that.
Our USDA prime beef comes from the very finest corn-fed cattle the Midwest has to offer.
About Lobel's Family-Cut Favorites
Lobel's has always been known for delivering the highest standards of uncompromising quality, giving our customers the utmost in flavor, tenderness, and juiciness—no matter which cut you choose. Lobel's Family-Cut Favorites are our way of drawing attention to a range of products that are favorites with us and our customers.
They are cuts that offer the same famous Lobel's quality, but at prices that deliver great value and a great taste experience at the same time. Some of these products are all-time classics, while other cuts may be new to you.
Each of these selections represents great bang for the buck without skimping on quality or pleasure. Lobel’s Family-Cut Favorites are your opportunity to learn what insiders already know: You can experience the very finest meat selections—no matter what your budget.
Thickness in Inches
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NOTE: thicknesses and servings are approximate