Experience the exquisite taste of Oregon Meat Co.'s skirt steak, a premier choice in our array of 100% grass-fed beef products. Cut from the plate of the beef, our skirt steak offers a robust flavor and delicate texture that comes only from our meticulously raised, pasture-roaming cattle.
Our skirt steak is a flavorful, versatile cut that is prized for its unique balance of rich taste and tenderness. Marinated and quickly seared on high heat, it shines in a variety of dishes from stir-fries and fajitas to gourmet steak salads.
At Oregon Meat Co., our cattle live their lives as nature intended, born on pasture and freely roaming open spaces throughout their lives. They are nourished solely on lush, verdant grasses, free from chemicals, antibiotics, and hormones. This commitment to natural, sustainable farming produces a beef product that is not only mouth-wateringly delicious but also kinder to our planet.
Bring international flavors into your kitchen by using our skirt steak in a traditional Argentinean chimichurri dish or create mouth-watering Mexican fajitas. Savor it grilled and served with a fresh, vibrant salsa, or enjoy it stir-fried with seasonal vegetables for a wholesome, quick meal.
Our grass-fed skirt steak is not only a delight to your taste buds but also a rich source of nutrients. It's an excellent provider of protein, iron, and B-vitamins, contributing to muscle maintenance, energy production, and overall wellness.
With an average package size of 1.2 lbs, it's the perfect cut for your next family meal or barbecue gathering. Experience the exceptional taste and quality of our grass-fed beef, and embark on a journey of deep, 'beefy' flavor that highlights our commitment to sustainable and ethical farming. Enjoy a dining experience that is unforgettable, full of flavor, and a salute to our beautiful planet.
Skirt Steak is a thin, large-grained steak cut from the middle of the animal. It can be a bit chewy, but that chew brings with it an incredible beefy flavor. Skirt Steak is best cooked hot and fast before being cut against the grain.