Iron steak is also known as 'Flat Iron' or 'Butler's' steak.
Iron steaks are cut from the shoulder, from the same muscle as Blade steaks. However the Iron steak has the internal sinew removed, meaning it is suitable for flash frying or grilling, and doesn't need to be braised like Blade steak does.
Iron steak is renowned for being well marbled and highly flavoured, and the second-most tender cut after fillet.
Taken from our 28-day-aged, free-range, pasture-fed Red Ruby cattle - this is how beef should taste, with yellow fat and a deep colour.
Two 200g (7oz) steaks supplied.
Minimum pack weight 400g.
Our Red Ruby are from the Chapman herd, farmed in and around Sarratt in Hertfordshire, on the edge of the beautiful Chiltern Hills.
They feed only on what they forage, which is a mixture of wild grasses, clover, and herbs, and they're never given cereals or soya to supplement them.
They are Animal Welfare Approved, and certified members of the Pasture Fed Livestock Association which means they have been independently verified as 100% pasture fed.
Pasture fed beef has been proven to be lower in saturated fat and higher in Omega 3 fatty acids, CLA and vitamins B and E than grain and soya fed beef - plus it tastes better, too.
For more information on our Red Ruby cattle please click here