The Juicy Details
Do you ever find yourself craving the robust flavor of a tender, juicy steak but not necessarily wanting a steak? Well, thanks to Good Silver's American Wagyu Steak Tips, you can have your steak and eat it too. These bite-sized marbled morsels pack all the flavor and marbling of our premium beef but are small enough to add to a tremendous variety of dishes.
Our American Wagyu Steak Tips are the perfect size for anything from hors d'oeuvres at a holiday cocktail party to show-stopping kabobs during a summer backyard barbecue. They're also incredibly versatile in preparation methods. Our steak tips are ideal for grilling, braising, pan-searing, slow cooking, smoking, and roasting.
So the next time you find yourself hungering for the divine beefiness of steak, but want it to be part of a more put-together dish, reach for your Good Silver American Wagyu Steak Tips.
This Honey Bourbon Steak Tip recipe shows off everything there is to love about steak tips. You can serve it as a one-bite hors d'oeuvre, an appetizer to pass around the table, or as a standout entree. Mix the following ingredients in a bowl, pour over the steak tips in a sealable bag, and refrigerate for up to four hours.
- 1/3 cup of honey
- 1/4 cup of brown sugar
- 1/3 cup of bourbon (be sure to choose one you enjoy drinking)
- 1/4 cup of soy sauce
- 1/4 cup of Worcestershire sauce
- One teaspoon of red pepper flakes (more or less depending on your spice tolerance)
- Four cloves of smashed garlic
As we recommend for all of our steaks, roasts, ribs, and ground beef, take your beef out of the refrigerator and let it come to room temperature. Heat cooking fat or oil with a high smoke point and two tablespoons of butter in a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat.
- Add the American Wagyu Steak Tips and sear on all sides. Be sure not to crowd the pan or skillet; work in batches if necessary.
- Once completely seared, remove steak tips and lower heat to medium.
- Add another two tablespoons of butter and six ounces of your favorite mushrooms.
- Cook mushrooms until they've developed a golden brown color and have absorbed much of the butter and cooking liquids.
- Remove from the skillet, plate, and serve immediately.
- Use a little less honey and brown sugar for a less sweet glaze.
- Make sure your cast iron skillet is very hot to achieve a quick sear without overcooking the steak tips.
- You can substitute brandy, cognac, or rum if you don't enjoy bourbon.
If serving your Honey Bourbon Steak Tips as an entree, adding it to a bed of rice, quinoa, or couscous makes a simple but delicious meal. Serve caramelized onion mashed potatoes or crispy potato wedges for a heartier side. If you want to keep it lighter, a lightly dressed mixed green salad with red onion and cherry tomatoes is an excellent counterpoint to the rich beef.
Pairing your steak tips with a dry red wine like cabernet or pinot noir is sure to balance well with the sweet and savory elements. Riesling is an excellent option to level out the dish's spiciness and adds a crisp freshness to your palate. Bourbon barrel-aged beers or malty stouts are sure to satisfy even the pickiest beer lovers. And, of course, you can't go wrong with a few fingers of top-shelf bourbon served neat or on the rocks. Now, all that's left to do is sip, slice, and savor.