Fullblood Wagyu Chuck Steaks come from the forequarter and can be impressive in both flavor and size. Because the animal frequently uses this muscle, chuck steaks can be tough if not correctly prepared.
We recommend using a marinade before cooking a chuck steak in the oven, pan-searing or grilling. Both braising the steak (first searing the meat, then cooking it over low heat for several hours) and preparing it in a slow cooker result in deliciously tender beef.
If you are looking for a big, flavorful cut of Wagyu that is more budget-friendly, the chuck steak is a great choice!
All natural, no additives or preservatives.