Denver Steak

Denver Steak

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1 steak per pack. (Beit Yosef is a Sephardi kashrut designation. Our Beit Yosef meat is also Chasidiche Schechita, and glatt kosher.)

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About this cut:

This well-marbled and flavorful cut from the chuck is a favorite of butchers and savvy consumers. Cut ~1.5" thick, it packs a ton of beefy flavor. It's also extremely versatile: slice thin like a London broil or serve steaks individually.

Other names for this cut: Underblade Steak, Zabuton Steak

Basic Cooking Technique:

Follow directions for any "Strip Steak" recipe on the grill, broiler, or skillet. Sear, then finish over indirect heat on the grill. Tent with foil and let rest for 10 minutes before slicing and serving.


Cocoa-Cumin Rub

Balsamic Steak Marinade

  • 5
    Denver Steaks

    Posted by Daniel on Nov 15th 2018

    These small steaks make a lovely meal for one. Broil or grill leaving quite rare or medium rare. Slice and eat. Delicious

  • 5
    Denver Steak

    Posted by HS on Sep 25th 2018

    Always a favorite

  • 5
    Denver steak

    Posted by Anne Weisberg on Aug 19th 2018

    This steak is a quick and delicious meal - juicy, tender and lean enough! It’s the only beef we splurge on.

  • 3
    just ok

    Posted by victor naar on May 22nd 2018

    A bit chewy but lower price than other steaks so maybe you get what you pay for.

  • 5
    An excellent steak!

    Posted by Mindy Werner on May 10th 2018

    All the meat-eaters in our house love this steak

  • 5
    One of our favorites!

    Posted by Leora on Apr 24th 2018

    We order denver steak often. It is quite tasty and does not take long to broil.

  • 5

    Posted by Isaac Farin on Apr 17th 2018

    Excellent! I highly recommend! Might be one of the best cuts of all time!

  • 5
    A Shabbos Favorite!

    Posted by Elke Shayna on Feb 12th 2018

    Every week, my brother wants to know if we're having 'that Denver steak'. My family could eat it for days in a row! The meat is so delicious, it doesn't need anything save for a sprinkling of salt/pepper right before it goes into a hot pan or on the indoor grill. I like to hit these steaks with my Jaccard tenderizer first (though they're plenty delicious without it) and then give them a nice hot sear. 4-6 min per side, let them rest, then slice thin and serve with wasabe sauce. Tender, juicy, softly-chewy bites of meaty perfection. There are never leftovers!

  • 5
    Denver steak

    Posted by Holly Segel on Feb 6th 2018

    This is one of our favorite steaks... meat and juicy and great flavor!