The Juicy Details
Like its neighbor inside skirt, our American Wagyu Skirt Steaks pack robust beef flavors accentuated by bold, flavorful marinades and sauces. This cut features extensive marbling, resulting in a juicy tenderness typically found in luxury cuts. Finding wagyu skirt steaks at the butcher shop is rare because restaurants buy them as quickly as they can.
Fortunately for you, Good Silver Steak Co. makes it easy to treat yourself to the restaurant experience from the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re in the mood for rich, spicy carne asada or the best Thai-inspired noodle bowl you’ve ever had, our American Wagyu Skirt Steaks allow you to go all out while staying in.
- Marinate your wagyu skirt steak. Be sure to pat your steak dry and then generously season with salt and pepper along with any spices you prefer.
- Quickly sear your wagyu skirt steak with high heat. To achieve the recommended medium-rare doneness, lay your steak flat on the girl or cast iron pan and cook for 2–5 minutes per side.
- Rest for 5 minutes to let the juices redistribute.
- Slice against the grain to ensure each bite is buttery tender.
When using a Good Silver American Wagyu Skirt Steaks to make carne asada, fajitas, or tacos, look to add bright, fresh flavors. Cilantro-lime rice, street corn, and citrusy guacamole add a crisp, acidic taste that is the perfect counterbalance to the beef’s savoriness. For Asian-inspired flavors, consider a cucumber salad, bok choy, or pickled daikon to help cut through the richness of the wagyu skirt steak. For a simply seared and sliced steak, roasted mushrooms, haricot verts, and french fries are sure to hit the spot.
Depending on your preparation and preferences, you have a tremendous amount of drink pairings to choose from. You can’t go wrong with a margarita or lager for Mexican dishes. Dry wines like cabernet, Barbaresco, or sauvignon blanc bring the taste buds to life when paired with Thai, Chinese, and Korean flavors. And you’ll never regret a couple of fingers of your favorite whiskey or aged rum. Now all that’s left to do is sip, slice, and savor.