3 Recipes to Remember When You Bring Home Hy-Vee Prime Reserve Beef

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3 Recipes to Remember When You Bring Home Hy-Vee Prime Reserve Beef

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December 18 2018

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Only 8% of beef is good enough to meet the strict standards of the Hy-Vee Prime label. In fact, many of these steaks are reserved for the very finest steakhouses in the world.

Until now. By January 2019, nearly all Hy-Vee stores will be carrying Prime Reserve beef. And these cuts of beef deserve only the best recipes.  

  1. Filet Mignon

    Filet mignon is cut from the center of beef tenderloin—the most tender of all the beef cuts. However, because it's flavor is not as pronounced as other cuts, it's the perfect cut for rich and savory sauces. 

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  2. Peppercorn Rib Eye Steaks

    Rib eye is cut from the rib section of the cow and tends to have more marbling (the white fat streaks that run through the beef) than any other cut. That's why many consider rib eye the best tasting cut. The fat content makes it ideal for grilling or sautéing. 

    Hyvee Culinary Expert Tip
    Ask your butcher for a rib eye cut from the shoulder end vs. the loin end. The shoulder end will have more marbling, which gives rib eye its characteristic flavor.
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  3. New York Strip Steaks

    This is the recipe that brings the steakhouse to your dining room. For a perfect medium-rare, use a meat thermometer and remove the steak from the heat when the internal temperature reaches 140 to 145 degrees.