Snake River Farms Black Grade Flat Iron
The flat iron steak is not well known, but has long been a favorite of butchers and beef experts due to its uniform size and delicious taste. It’s sometimes called a top blade steak and comes from the shoulder or chuck. The Snake River Farms flat iron features intense marbling and a robust beef flavor that stands on its own or marries perfectly with your favorite rub or marinade. Sliced thin against the grain and placed on a bed of greens, the flat iron makes a fresh and savory summer meal. This “steak ready” cut weighs approximately one pound and a half, is trimmed and ready for the grill or skillet.
Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds.
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As others have done, I seasoned with salt and pepper, cooked sous vide @ 131F for 4 hours, then seared in clarified butter. It was tender and it had a wonderful meaty flavor. My steak was a pretty as the SRF picture!!! I love SRF products.
Posted 2/4/2019 by Diane C
This steak was exceptional. Very tender and extremely flavorful. Will order again.
Posted 3/9/2017 by Brian S
Serviced this up to some very close friends. Salt pepper on a hot cast iron pan 3 minutes each side Wow we were all amazed on how a cut of meat can taste so good with so little done to it...
Posted 4/27/2016 by Estevino
Absolutely, the best steaks ever. Marinate in Soy sauce and Rosemary for about an hour then grill fast and hot to medium rare. Unbelievable flavor!
I have noticed that the plastic bags get damage during shipping causing a minor amount of freezer burn. This could be prevented if the steaks had and additional layer of protective foam. This would guarantee the best quality.
Posted 9/9/2015 by Steve
Great Taste but..
I wish the master butcher had trimmed more of the sinew off, otherwise very tasty.
Posted 9/1/2015 by oilcan