How Do You Tenderize Steak And Beef?
The best way to tenderize a steak is to show it some love. You do not need to tenderize all cuts of beef, the best parts are already as tender as the will get. It mainly depends on how you like your steaks cooked and which method you are using to prepare them. Take Cuts like porterhouse and filet Mignon. These cuts are tender to start with and do not need any extra beating and they will not need to marinate for hours. Sirloin and New York strip are the cuts of meat they may require a bit of tenderizing. This recipe is both a great dish and mini course about tenderizing meats. Let’s get started. Ingredients • 2 12 oz. New York strip steaks • 1 tablespoons kosher salt • 1 lemon, freshly squeezed • 1-cup Worcestershire sauce • 2 garlic gloves, grated Directions: Using a meat mallet on your cuts of meat will help to tenderize them. Use the spiky side first to break apart the fibers, and then use the flat side to give it a desirable texture. Next, you place the steaks in a shallow pan. In a