12 Best Chuck Steak Recipes

When you have a big piece of chuck steak, you need to make sure you have the right recipe to cook it.

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Instead of having a tender and moist chuck steak, you could end up with one that is rough and dry.

Chuck steak recipes can be hard to find searching online, but we’ve gone ahead and gathered 12 different beef chuck steak recipes that will leave your mouth watering.

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You’ll be able to cook these beef chuck steak recipes for any palate too because there is a large range of flavors.

There are also a ton of different cooking methods for your beef chuck recipes, like grilling, baking, marinating, and even slow cooking.

WHAT CAN YOU MAKE WITH CHUCK STEAK?

You can use chuck steak in any scenario, but it goes best in dishes like stews or crockpot recipes because they tenderize the meat more.

With chuck meat, the longer and slower it cooks the better. It will leave the steak moist and tender.

HOW TO TENDERIZE CHUCK STEAK

In order to tenderize a chuck steak, there are a few different methods you can rely on.

One of those methods involves beating the chuck steak with a mallet and starting to rip away the muscle fibers.

Marinating is another way you can break down the steak by putting it in some seasoned liquid for a day or two.

CHUCK STEAK VS. CHUCK ROAST

What separates the chuck steak from the chuck roast is that they are different cuts.

The chuck steak is less expensive because it contains more muscle than the chuck roast. It’s located right in between the neck and shoulder blade.

EASY BEEF CHUCK STEAK RECIPES

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1. BEEF CHUCK EYE STEAK

This is the classic steak you are used to getting from a ribeye or filet, but you can have it with a chuck steak.

Just make sure to tenderize the meat ahead of time before throwing it into the skillet and serving with a nice side of mashed potatoes.

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2. GRILLED CHUCK EYE STEAK

Nothing beats grilled chuck eye steak because it has a smokey flavor that you can’t get from any other steak.

You’ll also be able to cook your chuck eye steak easily because the cuts are thick and of high quality.

You don’t have to worry about this steak costing too much either because the chuck steak is cheaper than buying a regular steak.

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3. BEEF STEW

What makes a stew delicious is the fact that it’s cooked for a long time and this beef stew is no different.

A hearty and delicious meal, this beef stew is the perfect thing you need on a cold winter’s day.

You can really dump everything in your pot because there are so many flavors happening here to make up for all the tastes you want.

Throw in some carrots, potatoes, and whatever other greens you want to beef up this meal with healthy ingredients.

You can also season your stew any way you want when you make it at home.

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4. CHUCK STEAK AND POTATOES IN FOIL

If you’re wondering how to cook chuck steak, you should start with this recipe.

It’s quick and easy and you only need a few ingredients to make this simple dish.

The foil packets keep the heat in so that the steak and potatoes get cooked evenly throughout.

You can also add vegetables to your chuck steak recipe too for more flavor, or substitute the green beans with something else.

Make a little homemade sauce to help bring an extra explosion of flavors when you throw your chuck steak and potatoes in the grill.

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5. SOUS VIDE CHUCK ROAST

The sous vide is a perfect cooking apparatus because it allows you to get the best results out of your meat.

This sous vide chuck roast is an easy way to make some delicious meat that will give you great tenderness and flavor.

You don’t have to worry about overcooking this one because it’s just too easy with your sous vide cooking method.

You can cook it for up to 24 hours at the same temp and it will slow cook your chuck roast but it will never overcook your roast.

It ends up just making your meat more and more tender when you cook it in water.

The end result is a mouth-watering taste and a melt-in-your-mouth texture.

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6. CHUCK STEAK MARINADE

You can’t really have a great chuck steak without marinating it first.

This marinade is perfect for making your chuck steak taste more delicious and appetizing.

The ingredients include olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper.

You should let this marinade sit on the meat at least overnight but you can leave it on for up to 5 days.

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7. CROCKPOT MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST

Throwing your pot roast in the crockpot is a great idea because it is an easy piece of meat to work with.

Once your pot roast is done, you can shred it up and use it for so many different recipes, like sandwiches or salads.

This crockpot Mississippi pot roast recipe gives you all the instructions needed to make a delicious meal for everyone at home.

This is called a Mississippi pot roast because the flavors will remind you of some great southern cooking.

Serve it with a side of mashed potatoes or mac and cheese to really hit that home cooking note.

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8. BRAISED BONELESS CHUCK STEAK

Braising your chuck steak will make it taste delicious and moist.

This is a great choice for your beef chuck steak recipes especially if you’re trying to impress someone with a gourmet-style dinner.

You should allow the chuck steak to cook low and slow for about an hour or two, depending on how thick your meat is.

You will need vegetables like onions, carrots, and peas to add more flavor.

You can also cook some potatoes with this recipe too because they pair perfectly together.

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9. SLOW COOKER MONTREAL CHUCK STEAK

Montreal chuck steak involves Montreal steak seasoning so you get that great flavor all in your meat.

This recipe is definitely worth trying because once you taste the flavors of Montreal seasoning on your beef steak, you will be coming back for more.

There’s a good chance you’ll like it so much that you’ll keep adding Montreal seasoning to all your steaks from now on.

Try it on some other pieces of meat too like pork or chicken, and you’ll love the combination of flavors.

It goes especially well thrown on the grill so you can get some of that smoky flavor in with your Montreal seasoning.

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10. LEMON GARLIC STEAK CHUCK

For a sophisticated flavor to add to your chuck steak, try out this lemon garlic recipe.

Your beef chuck recipes will be so tasty all from the seasoning of lemon and garlic.

You should marinate your steak for about two hours to let those flavors soak up nicely in your meat before cooking it on a cast-iron skillet.

You should cook the steak for about 15 minutes and let it rest for 5 minutes before serving.

It’s so good you might even want to add this one to your permanent rotation.

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11. OVEN-BAKED CHUCK STEAK

Easy to make and it doesn’t require a ton of ingredients, this oven-baked chuck steak is an easy way to make your meat taste delicious.

The secret here is to make sure you oil the pan really well so that the chuck steak doesn’t stick and burn on your pan (so annoying).

This one goes well with your favorite sides like mashed potatoes or rice.

You can even season it with a mix of flavors and cater it to your exact taste.

The whole family will love it and you can even get a great marinade going before cooking.

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12. HOW TO COOK THIN CHUCK STEAK

Thin chuck steak is very different than thicker pieces of chuck steak so use this recipe to be able to cook it just right.

There are some great tips on how you can get a consistent cook with your chuck steak when it’s time to bust out at your next get-together.

Once you have this recipe down, you can start messing with the different spices and flavors to get the best chuck steak you can.

Make a lot of thin chuck steak at the same time so you can have some to chop up into other dishes throughout the week.

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