Chuck blade steaks still have deep, beefy goodness like all cuts from the beef chuck primal. They have a similar flavor profile as flat iron and blade chuck steaks.
If you want that chewy connective tissue gone, braising this top blade cut is your best bet. You’ll need around an hour to get a succulent and tasty piece of meat. But if you’re after something different, you can always cut and trim the gristle off the top blade. This means cutting it in half to remove the connective tissue. You can then slice it thinly and add it to your stir-fry.
Want to fill your tummy with extra beefy steak? Buy premium top blade steaks at TenderBites. Savor this cut’s tender and beefy goodness any way you like, whether cubed, diced, or cut in half. Our skillful butchers can prepare it in any way you want. Get custom top blade cuts from our online meat store today.
Different Ways to Enjoy Top Blade
- Chuck blade lemon garlic steak
- Blade steaks with mushrooms
- Broiled top blade steak with herb-flecked tomato salad
- Top blade cheesesteak sandwiches