What Is A Delmonico Steak
The delmonico steak comes from the tender meat of the fore rib. Beef rib meat has become increasingly popular because of its rich flavor and tenderness, and the Delmonico is a good example of why. This thick cut steak was made famous by its namesake the Delmonico restaurant in New York City.
How To Cook Delmonico Steak
The Delmonico makes for a great standalone steak, and can be cooked on grill or with a skillet. It also makes for a great steak sandwich or as the key ingredient for an indulgent steak salad.
Like all grass fed steaks we recommend cooking with a medium heat and not cooking past an internal temperature of 140-145 degrees (medium). When grilling delmonico steak, it is important to not use too high of a flame to cook this thick cut as it is possible to overcook the outside while the inside remains undercooked. A quick 30 minute delmonico steak marinade of olive oil and herbs is also a great way to tenderize the muscle fibers, impart flavor and offer a bit of a buffer when it comes to cooking time.
Delmonico Steak Recipes
Steak Salad With Kale
Fall Spice Rubbed Steak With Sweet Potatoes
You’ll taste the difference with a grass fed delmonico steak from Acabonac Farms that offers rich flavor combined with the health benefits of grass fed, pasture finished beef.
When you order from Acabonac Farms, your beef is flash frozen and shipped directly to your door. Delmonico steaks, like all cuts from Acabonac Farms, comes with no added growth-promoting steroids or antibiotics. All our cattle are 100% grassfed and pasture finished. We practice sustainable farm practices that protect and improve our community’s environment.