Steak Thickness 

Goan Imports see Costas

The Goan Beef Cutlet Recipe is a spiced version of a German Schnitzel and Chicken Fried Steak and the coating is cream of wheat/ semolina/rava.

Sandwiches made with leftovers as a quick snack. Beef, fish and pork is consumed a lot by Christian Goans in general 😋
The recipe is made from chuck steak. The crispyness changed the texture of the chewyness the meat usually has and I would recommend it for this recipe. The preparation requires you to really thin the slice of steak, similar to a schnitzel or a chicken fried steak, by pounding it with a meat tenderizer.

Different U.S. cuts of beef https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_steak

Pic below to make your mouth water 😋


In all other steaks see below

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Ideal Thickness Cut as a Standard Measure

1.5″ Ribeye Steak

1.5″ Strip Steak

1.75″ Filet Mignon (Tenderloin)

1.5″ Top Sirloin and Sirloin Fillet

Meat quality is primarily based on two factors:

  1. The cut of the beef and
  2. The grade of the beef

Insights looloo has a 101 on Popular Steak Cuts

For example

A T-bone steak combines the two steaks. T-bone steak = tenderloin + strip steak connected by a T-shaped bone. If the width of the tenderloin is smaller than a golf ball (between ½ and 1.5 inches wide), it’s usually considered a T-bone.

THE KEY 🔑 TO RECOMMENDED COOKING METHODS IS OBVIOUSLY KNOWING WHAT YOUR COOKING BEFORE BUYING YOUR STEAK.

  1. Grill or Broil
  2. Stir Fry
  3. Slow Cooking
  4. Roast
  5. Skillet
  6. Skillet to Oven

Below is Recomended Cooking Methods based on cuts for best results:

Pic Via Beef Tail


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