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Steer Butt Steak

InsuringyouInsuringyou Posts: 0
edited September 2012 in EggHead Forum
Does anyone know what cut of meat this is? It is served on a menu at Nolan's in Gulf Shores and is amazing.

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  • Mike8itMike8it Posts: 468
    Saw this on ask the butcher
    "“Are you familiar with a cut of beef called a Steer Butt? I had this numerous times at a restaurant in Gulf Shores, AL called Nolan’s (a hurricane casualty). It was very tender and succulent cut of steak. Any information would be helpful….Brent”

    Brent, the "Steer Butt", "Commanders Cut", "Rump Steak", etc are local vernacular for Boneless Top Sirloin Butt Steaks, which can be cut into numerous sizes and shapes for restaurants.

    Ask your butcher for a 1½-2" cut of center or end (NOT front) cut Top Sirloin and you will have the same steak at home. Make sure it's a good grade of Choice or Prime, otherwise could be a little chewy.
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