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

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.


  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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