Wagyu beef is what we call a “Gentleman’s Beef” because it’s some of the highest quality, premium steak available anywhere in the world. It might actually be unicorn meat? We don’t really know….and we can’t wait to find out!
Today we’re cooked a dry aged wagyu strip steak and it just doesn’t get any better than this! It’s the pinnacle of luxury. This is a strip steak, which has been trimmed into a filet size portion, also called the KC filet or Kansas City steak. Now just take a look at all this marbling!
The intramuscular fat or marbling is where all the tasty hides and Wagyu beef has more marbling than your average steer. It’s truly what I call a gentleman’s beef because it’s some of the highest quality premium beef available!
I know what some of you at home are wondering why Wagyu is so expensive and if it’s worth the price. The answer? Absolutely! Every red meat lover needs to try Wagyu beef at least once. It’s a great way to spoil yourself. Go ahead, you deserve it!
Tips for Cooking Steak
- Let your steak rest and come to room temperature
- Salt your steak (using high quality salt) at least one hour before cooking
- Make sure your skillet is nice and hot before throwing on the steak
- Let your steak rest for 3 to 5 minutes before eating for optimal flavor
Check out more Red Meat Lover Wagyu recipes here!
Red Meat Magic
Thoughts that will run through your head the first (and every time after that) time you try Wagyu beef:
“That’s pure magic right there.”
“This is wildly good beef.”
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