Where is a New York Strip Cut From?
The New York Strip is a tender and flavorful cut from the top of the cow's "Short Loin". Mr. Steak's USDA prime NY Strip features epic marbling running through the prime grade beef.
There's nothing like a New York Strip Steak. Our Prime New York steak offers the perfect balance.
It boasts the flavor of a ribeye without being too fatty. It has a solid texture without being too lean. This USDA Prime NY Strip Steak is right in the middle and always a solid choice.
What is a New York Strip?
How To Cook a New York Strip?
When grilling, make sure the grill is on high heat and preheated as much as possible before putting the steaks on. Season both sides with Mr. Steak seasoning or salt and pepper.
Grill each side for about 5 minutes. Remove when the internal temperature is 130-135°F for medium rare doneness.
When pan searing, make sure the cast iron skillet is hot and the steak sizzles right as it touches the pan. Sear each side for about 4 minutes to get a crisp outside, locking in the juices.
Always allow your steak to sit for 4-6 minutes after cooking to let the juices settle.