Short Ribs - Flanken Style


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Although not the most popular cut of beef in the US, Short Ribs are loved in Argentina and Uruguay. Short ribs or "Asado de Tira" are extremely tender and juicy cuts of beef.

The average short rib you find in the supermarket cannot compare to our short ribs which are cut thinner than usual at 3/8'' slices instead of the usual 1/2''. They TRULY are something to behold.

Flanken style short ribs is cut across the bones so that each slice contains a few pieces of bone. Makes it great for grilling since you can put them on the side of the bone and let them cook.... they are full of flavor and are not easily found.

To get the best flavor, cook them quickly over extremely high heat, without letting it overcook.

Flanken Short Ribs on a vacuum sealed bag will smell a little bit stronger than any other steak that is vacuum sealed. That is because they are cut very thinly, there is a lot of bone and they are vacuum sealed. So you will have the smell of the bone and bone dust as well as the smell of confinement from the vacuum seal.

Open them up and let them rest for 10 minutes and come to room temperature. Most of the smell should dissipate and they get redder. Confinement odor is a thing with EVERY vacuum sealed steak.. but it is stronger with short ribs because of the bone and bone dust.

This product ships frozen. We flash freeze these steaks right after we cut them.

Source: US MidWest

Best Cooked: Medium-Rare, Medium, Medium-Well, Well Done

Made by Meat N' Bone

We focus on quality and consistency. Every product we offer has been curated by our expert team and meets the highest standards for quality.

We sell only high quality meats, sourced from the best programs in each category and each price point, all of our products have been selected for their quality and we stand behind it.

We started Meat N'Bone because there is nothing we enjoy more than a good piece of meat. Yet, finding affordable high quality meats is not an easy fit, the art of butchery is pretty much dead... Supermarket beef and butcher butcher shops, buy from the same suppliers that make it easy to operate (Sysco, GFS, etc...). Steakhouses can be awesome, but they are expensive.

At Meat N' Bone, every single product we offer is something we would eat, and serve our guests. Every summer, for years, our founders have been going to Michigan where our friends at Ferry Farms operate. There we grilled Michigan's finest beef by the lake... when summer was over and we came back to Miami we suffered from the lack of high quality beef. Its just not the same. the worst part? Ferry Farms is a dairy farm, and still they have better meat than most supermarkets and butchers!!!

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