The Juicy Details
When you’re hungry, there are few things more satisfying than a thick-cut and flavor-packed cut of beef. And few pieces of meat are more reliable and enjoyable than the beefy yet remarkably lean American Wagyu Top Sirloin Steaks offered by Good Silver Steak Co. Once you’ve tried one of these beauties, you’ll understand why they’ve become a staple of meat lovers everywhere.
One of the great things about American Wagyu Top Sirloin Steak is the wide variety of ways you can use it to deliver incredible flavor to countless dishes. In the mood for a fast and easy grilled steak? This is your cut. Want to marinate it with Asian-inspired flavors for better-than-takeout stir fry? You can rely on our top sirloin. Want to combine the earthy flavors of mushrooms with the savoriness of American Wagyu Beef? Cook them together and toss with bell peppers, asiago cheese, and your favorite pasta noodle for a dinner that is sure to have you and your guests saying “mama mia” with each bite.
The intensely flavored, lean nature of Good Silver’s American Wagyu Top Sirloin Steaks makes them a perfect cut for high, dry heat. A quick sear on the grill or in a cast iron skillet helps ensure the meat doesn’t dry out. Before cooking, take your steak out of the refrigerator for at least 45 minutes to come to room temperature. Pat dry to remove any moisture, then season with salt and pepper along with any other seasonings you enjoy.
- Heat a cast iron skillet with a tablespoon of olive oil over medium-high heat.
- Sear your American Wagyu Top Sirloin Steaks until it has a deeply caramelized brown color, then flip. Expect about 4 minutes per side for the perfect medium-rare finish.
- After searing the first side, add three tablespoons of butter and two cloves of garlic per steak and begin spooning the melted butter over the seared side to baste. Continue basting until the other side is also seared.
- Remove from the skillet and rest at least 5 minutes to let the juices redistribute.
Oven-roasted new potatoes with garlic, olive oil, and any herbs you enjoy are an excellent complement to the full beef flavor of American Wagyu Top Sirloin Steak. Consider a mixed green salad with a citrusy vinaigrette for a lighter option with this thick cut.
Because top sirloin is one of the most common cuts of steak, you’ve likely had it with several wines. Try a Spanish Tempranillo, French syrah, or Argentinian malbec to pair this weeknight staple with a less common varietal. The robust flavors and dry finish of pale ales make them an ideal choice for beer drinkers. If you enjoy cocktails, go with a classic Old Fashioned to let the fruity and caramel flavors dance with the savory richness of your steak. Now, all that's left to do is sip, slice, and savor.