THE BASICS & BEYOND
The Sterling Silver top blade is extremely marbled and juicy, delivering excellent beef flavor. It can be menued as a flat iron steak, once the connective tissue is removed. Perfect for grilling, it can be prepared numerous ways – especially when marinated or rubbed.
Michael Weisshaupt, Sterling Silver Signature Chef
“I work with a lot of flat iron because of great flavor, tenderness and a good center of the plate cost.”
History of the Cut
Until 2002, top blade had always been a less desirable cut. But by removing the gristle, blade steaks and flat iron steaks have now become steakhouse (and restaurant) darlings. Top blade can also be used for stir-fry, sandwich slices and Mexican favorites.
Grill / Broil / Roast / Skillet / Smoke / Sous Vide