Every Chophouse Steaks steak has been flash frozen to lock in the flavour and moisture. Whether it’s our USDA Prime, Dry-aged USDA Prime or Wagyu steaks, proper thawing is as important as proper cooking technique. Don’t mess with perfection. Follow these thawing instructions:
- Thaw on a dish in the refrigerator in the vacuum-sealed package.
- Never defrost at room temperature.
- Never thaw by running under hot water.
- Smaller items thaw in approximately 24 hrs. Larger items can take 48 – 60 hrs.
- Steaks can be re-frozen if not removed from vacuum-sealed packaging.
If you’re stuck for time, and we mean you have no other choice, you can quick thaw steaks in a sink of cold water. Simply immerse the steaks (we don’t need to tell you to leave them in their vacuum-sealed packages do we?) in the water for approximately 90 minutes.
- Always preheat your grill
- USDA Prime & Dry-aged Prime -Sear on high heat (1 min/side) first. Lower temperature and continue grilling to desired doneness.
- Canadian & Japanese Wagyu – Do not grill over direct flame unless your fire insurance is paid up. Cook in a cast iron pan on grill or stovetop.
- Always rest steaks for at least 5 minutes after removing from heat. Internal temperature will rise another 5 – 10 degrees during that time.
- Use a meat thermometer to check doneness – 110-120F (rare), 120-130F (medium rare), 130-140 (medium)…cooking further to medium-well or well-done is a crime we won’t be part of.
- Cooking times will vary based on cut and weight (thickness)
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