21 Apr The Trick to Perfectly Broiled Wagyu Beef Steak
Most people aren’t lucky enough to have access to wagyu beef steak. The term prime means that it’s an exceptional grade of meat and since there’s a limited number of filet steaks per steer, most of prime grade filet mignons are designated for the country’s top restaurants. The prime certification indicates that not only is the meat so tender it practically melts in your mouth, but that it also has just the right amount of marbling so that each bite is an explosion of the sweet, buttery flavor filet steaks are famous for.
It’s unlikely that you’ll find a wagyu beef steak at your local grocery store. Most are set aside for restaurants, leaving consumers who want to cook filet steaks for dinner with lower quality options. We have a solution that spares you from settling for second best. Simply sign up for our meat subscription program buy prime quality filet mignon steak online. Not only do we provide you with the highest quality, tenderest filet steaks you’ll taste, but we’ve made buying steak online an easy, stress free process you’ll enjoy. After receiving just two or three Meat the Butchers boxes, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to join our program. We take the stress and worry out of shopping for natural prime beef steaks, heritage pork, pasture raised lamb, and fresh salmon.
Of course, once FedEx delivers your package of Meat the Butcher wagyu beef steaks, you need to cook them. If you’re not interested in grilling the filets, try boiling them. We’ve found that broiling is an easy way to create a nicely browned outside and juicy center.