Steak types: Flat Iron

Which part of the beef does this piece of meat come from?
The flat iron is cut from the beef shoulder; it consists of two muscles separated by a tendon.

What is special to the flat iron steak?
The flat iron steak is strong to the bite and pleasantly tangy in flavour. The meat is also very well suited for stewing.

Where did the flat iron steak get its name from?
Once the tendon has been removed, two very flat steaks remain, resembling the shape of a flat iron.

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