Farmeats Grass Fed Hanger Steak

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Farmeats Grass Fed Hanger Steak

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$19 per pound

FarmEats grass fed boneless beef hanger steak.

FarmEats grass fed beef is flash frozen, USDA inspected, and vacuum packed.

There is only one hanger steak per cow!

A lean cut of beef, needs to be cooked fast over high heat- to rare or medium rare. 

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FarmEats Grass Fed Hanger Steak

farmeats grass fed hanger steak
farmeats grass fed hanger steak

FarmEats Grass Fed Hanger steak has a rich grass fed, beefy taste! 

They can stand up to a robust rub or marinade, which in this case is used for flavor, not to tenderize the meat. If marinading Hanger Steak; choose your favorite rubs or liquid seasonings, only need to marinade for a short time, an hour or two is fine, no need to let marinade overnight.

After you've applied your rub or marinade, there are a few different ways to cook these cuts;

  • Broiling -- Broil the steaks about 5" below the heat source/flame for 3 to 4 minutes a side.
  • Pan Sear Then Roast -- Use a large oven proof sauté pan. Heat the pan to very hot. Add a couple of teaspoons of canola or olive oil, or melt a tablespoon of butter. Sauté the steak for 1 to 2 minutes a side! Just enough to get a good brown surface. Then put into a 400F oven for 5 minutes.
  • All Pan Sear -- In a hot fry pan, add a couple of teaspoons of canola or olive oil or butter. In this method, cook entirely on top of the stove; 3 minutes a side for rare and 4 minutes a side for medium rare. Baste with the hot oil/melted butter a couple of times on each side.
  • BBQ- get the coals/wood/gas fire nice and hot.  Carefully place the grass fed hanger steak on the grill, and BBQ for only a few minutes, flip once and grill a few minutes more. 

Regardless which cooking method you use, remember to let the steaks rest (don't tent it or it will over-cook) for about 10 minutes.  

Then slice thinly against the grain.- Ready to serve!