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A friend told me about Chuck Eye Steaks, and now thats all I buy. I try to get a package around 1 pound or over. I put a little oil in a screaming hot cast iron skillet. Put in the steak and let it release itself, it knows when to be turned over, then I pop it in a hot oven for a few minutes. I like my steak med-rare. After it comes out of the oven I put a little salt, pepper, and garlic powder. LOVE IT!!!!Serve with a baked potato with sour cream and butter. YUM

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Barbara W. January 15, 2012

I have to agree, they are very reasonably priced and have yet to be outdone by the more expensive cuts in my view. I fix mine this same way with the addition of garlic powder. Thanks for posting.

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Country Cook in Oklahoma August 12, 2008

Bought some chuckeye steak for buy one get one free thinking that I would probably need to marinate it overnight before grilling. Found this recipe and was pleasantly surprised that I could add a little seasoning and olive oil and grill it within minutes. Definitely worth the price, will use again.

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marzelo April 24, 2013

I cooked a couple of chuck eye steaks using you'r recipe a couple of days ago. I had thawed them out to cook while my Dad was visiting me, but we never got around to fixing them to eat before he left. I preheated my cast iron grill pan and cooked per instruction with the exception of using butter instead of olive oil. Very good flavored steak. I was almost run out of my apartment with the smoke tho! I love a place that smells like good food...Yumm Thanks for posting this recipe Bill Hilbrich

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sloe cooker May 09, 2011

Absolutely delicious! We bought some of these steaks on sale (for less than $2 a pound!) and froze them about a month ago. I needed something quick for dinner last night, so I defrosted one on the counter and whipped up this very easy recipe. Our grill was out of propane, so I cooked it over med-hi heat in a heavy cast iron pan. We like our meat more on the pink side, so I cooked it for 6 minutes on one side and 5 on the other. It was so tender and so tasty. My husband, who always prefers his steaks grilled, really liked it a lot. I'm sure it'd be even better on the grill, and I'm definitely going to do it that way next time. Thanks for a fantastic recipe for a really delicious cut of meat.

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The Portugarians November 05, 2009

I just cooked 1.2 lbs (2 steaks) of Chuck Eye Steak. I just put salt and pepper and vegetable oil on it and cooked it for about 10 min. a side. It was perfect, a little red, the texture and flavor were amazing. I will do this again for sure. Thanks for the advice!

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Phil Dosa February 13, 2009
No-Nonsense Chuck Eye Steak