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Porterhouse steaks combine the deliciousness of striploin and tenderloin. Get the best of both worlds with these prime steak cuts from Tenderbites!

Porterhouse steaks come from the lower rib area of the cow. This is found near the loin or rear end of the cattle. These steaks have two sides: the tenderloin side and the strip steak side.

A porterhouse steak is ideal for special occasions due to its massive presence and delightful taste. You can serve it whole or sliced evenly to showcase its two sides.

The porterhouse is also one of the highest quality cuts you can get for steaks. Thus, it doesn’t need any enhancing flavors for an appetizing meal. And since the porterhouse contains tenderloin and strip steak, its flavor combines the taste of both cuts. You can experience the juiciness of the tenderloin and the strong beefy flavor of the strip steak side at the same time as you eat a porterhouse steak.

In the mood for a porterhouse for your next steak night? Get this beefy and hearty premium steak cut from TenderBites. We’ll cut and pack your porterhouse steaks exactly how you want them. We can also prepare any of your meat preferences the way you like to save you time and effort for meal preps. Shop for porterhouse steaks and other premium steak cuts at our store today.

Porterhouse Steak Recipes:

  • Cast-iron skillet porterhouse steak
  • Porterhouse steak with herbed butter
  • Grilled porterhouse steak with chimichurri sauce
  • Grilled porterhouse steaks with garlic-herb peppercorn crust
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Get Personalized Cuts From The Country’s Best Butchers

TenderBites' Suki Experience offers you premium meat cuts exactly how you like them. Our team of skilled butchers helps you save cooking time by prepping your meat before delivering it straight to your doorstep. Whether you want diced cubes or a specific serving size, your favorite butcher is there to help you out.

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We pride ourselves on procuring a wide variety of local cuts and imported meats from countries like the US and Japan. TenderBites' catalog of high-quality meat includes authentic Japanese Wagyu, USDA Prime, and Certified Angus Beef.

If you're unsure which cut will work best for your meal, our skilled butchers will help you pick the right meat for a flavorful meal.

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TenderBites Real-time Online Shopping. It's like going there yourself, without the hassle.

  • Video call one of our stores. A bespoke butcher or salesclerk will show you what's available.
  • Place your order along with cutting and packing instructions. See a sample to be sure it's exactly how you want it.
  • When your order is ready, we'll send your invoice and payment link via SMS.
  • Pay online. Our staff will notify you of the delivery schedule.
  • Order gets delivered to your doorstep. Cook, dine, enjoy.

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How do I cook a porterhouse steak?
Grilling a porterhouse steak lets you enjoy the most authentic steakhouse flavor possible. You can also broil it or do a butter-basted steak on a stainless steel pan or a piping hot cast-iron skillet for that strong sear. Always season your steak well, especially if it’s one of those thick-cut slabs.
How long should I cook a porterhouse steak?
If you’re after the perfect medium-rare porterhouse steak, your one-inch steak should be done after 10 to 13 minutes. You should also adjust your cooking time according to how thick or thin your steak is. Don’t forget to turn the steak every few minutes to cook it evenly.
How thick should a porterhouse steak be?
Porterhouse steaks should be at least 1.25 inches thick measured from the tenderloin, based on USDA guidelines. To ensure your steak is thick enough, get a porterhouse that’s at least 1.5 inches thick.
What is the difference between a T-bone & a porterhouse steak?
Porterhouse and T-bone steaks are the same cut. Most porterhouse steaks are thicker than a T-bone, and contain more meat on both the filet and strip loin side.


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