No-Nonsense Chuck Eye Steak

"Asking for a Chuck Eye Steak is like acknowledging membership in a secret society. You are greeted with a knowing smile, a nod of the head, and then just maybe two will emerge from some quiet corner. There are only a couple in each animal, and although they have a taste and tenderness of the more popular rib eye, the cost is considerably less. Please... only tell your favorite buddy."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cover both sides of the steak, first with the salt, followed by the pepper, and finally the olive oil.
  • Cook on an outdoor grill, or a hot cast iron pan, for 5 minutes per side.
  • Allow to rest for an additional 3 minutes on the plate. Enjoy.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Will F.
    What temperature should my grill be set to?
     
  2. Susan S.
    may i broil steaks
     
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Reviews

  1. marzelo
    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.
     
  2. Barbara W.
    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
     
  3. fcaraco_7211484
    This is pretty much how I do chuck eye steaks.......simple grilling over high heat or in a very hot cast iron skillet. I also agree that unwrapping the steaks, patting dry with paper towel and resting uncovered in the refrigerator for a few hours or more to dry the surface gives a really superior crust. I first learned to do this with pricy, bone in rib eyes on a rack over a rimmed cookie sheet. the drier the surface the better the sear. flavor packed steaks like these need salt and pepper, a little rub with olive oil....that's it. Add other seasonings if you prefer , just be careful not to let them burn.....it will turn bitter.
     
  4. wyomugs
    We discovered the Chuck Eye Steak about 2-3 years ago, and the secret is OUT! This recipe treats the steak as it deserves to be treated, simple but well. I try to make this at least once a week. LUVIN' the Chuck Eye!
     
  5. Country Cook in Okl
    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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Tweaks

  1. sloe cooker
    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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