Maui Nui Steak Strips
Steak Strips
Maui Nui Steak Strips
Steak Strips
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Steak Strips

Steak Strip

Conventional wisdom says that the shoulder is made up of harder-working muscles since it’s responsible for supporting most of the weight of the animal, but with a few cuts here and there, we can make more quick-cooking and more tender cuts like the Steak Strip.

— HOW TO COOK

Steak Strips are hand cut from the shoulder and proportioned as versatile, easy-to-use slices that marinate well and pan-sear to perfection. Less prep time means you can slip them into any existing recipe with minimal adaptation: stir fry, stroganoff, fajitas, salad toppings, or stuffed into a sandwich.

BEST FOR
Pan Sear

When we say nutrient-dense, we mean it:

Protein
Niacin (B3)
Vitamin B12
Choline
Selenium
Chromium
Zinc
Heme Iron
Total Fat: 1.4g (2% DV)
Calories: 107 kcal (5% DV)
* Daily Value per 3.5 oz serving and a 2000 calorie diet.
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Pastrami Steak Strips with Gnocchi

In this hearty and satisfying dish, boldly seasoned steak strips come together with pillowy soft gnocchi, smoky bacon, and tangy sauerkraut.

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Spicy Cumin Sirloin Stir Fry

Rich with earthy cumin and heated with Sichuan peppercorns, this dish is inspired by the cooking of Xiʻa Province, China. You can adjust the heat to your liking, but it should cause a little sweating for the full-flavor experience.

View Full Recipe

Steak Strips

Regular price $23.00

Includes: 1 lb total
Serves: 2-3 people

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Steak Strips

Steak Strip

Conventional wisdom says that the shoulder is made up of harder-working muscles since it’s responsible for supporting most of the weight of the animal, but with a few cuts here and there, we can make more quick-cooking and more tender cuts like the Steak Strip.

— HOW TO COOK

Steak Strips are hand cut from the shoulder and proportioned as versatile, easy-to-use slices that marinate well and pan-sear to perfection. Less prep time means you can slip them into any existing recipe with minimal adaptation: stir fry, stroganoff, fajitas, salad toppings, or stuffed into a sandwich.

BEST FOR
Pan Sear

When we say nutrient-dense, we mean it:

Protein
Niacin (B3)
Vitamin B12
Choline
Selenium
Chromium
Zinc
Heme Iron
Total Fat: 1.4g (2% DV)
Calories: 107 kcal (5% DV)
* Daily Value per 3.5 oz serving and a 2000 calorie diet.
Learn More

Pastrami Steak Strips with Gnocchi

In this hearty and satisfying dish, boldly seasoned steak strips come together with pillowy soft gnocchi, smoky bacon, and tangy sauerkraut.

View Full Recipe SEE ALL RECIPES

Spicy Cumin Sirloin Stir Fry

Rich with earthy cumin and heated with Sichuan peppercorns, this dish is inspired by the cooking of Xiʻa Province, China. You can adjust the heat to your liking, but it should cause a little sweating for the full-flavor experience.

View Full Recipe
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