Sirloin Steak


Sirloin Steak – Steak or Joint

The sirloin is another cut of beef also taken from the rear of the cow. It is leaner than a rib-eye steak and can be quite tender when roasted.

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“A prime cut of beef from the back, sold as roasting joints, either on or off the bone, and as sirloin steaks. Other terms for cuts from the sirloin include entrecôte, contrefilet, T-bone, porterhouse, and fillet.”


Cooking Sirloin Steak

Watch the video to find out how to pan fry a sirloin steak:


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