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Japanese Wagyu Sirloin Steak 500gr
Japanese Wagyu Sirloin Steak 500gr
Usually defined as the "super-beef", Wagyu refers to Japanese breeds of beef cattle
Wagyu meat has a high content of intramuscular fat -- what we often identify as "marbled texture".
With this buttery texture and marbled look, wagyu steak is fatty and rich in taste and very tender.
Always store the Wagyu steak in the coldest part of the fridge, tightly wrapped in cling film to prevent it oxidising.
Before you cook, don't bring the meat to room temperature. Put it straight into the pan from the fridge, as this will ensure that the fat renders gently. To cook Wagyu Sirloin Steak at home, widely-used method is to use a cast iron skillet. First, preheat your skillet well. When the cast iron is heated, grease the skillet with butter and olive oil. Set your cooking timer to 3-4 minutes for a medium-rare and grill for 3-4 minutes each side. If you happen to have meat thermometer, check the internal temperature for the best cooking time of your preference. When cooked as desire, remove the Wagyu Steak from the skillet and let rest for five minutes and then serve.
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