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- Super-tender, perfectly aged Omaha Steaks filet mignon
- Each filet wrapped with a strip of sugar-cured pork bacon
- Steakhouse classic look and flavor
- Ready to cook, with a skewer holding bacon in place
- Grill or cook in a pan for delicious results at home
Get Omaha Steaks legendary, world-famous, so-tender-and-so-crispy Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon for a truly incredible at-home steak experience. This is the chef's preferred filet mignon preparation, but all work's been done for you. Bacon-wrapped filets are an excellent choice for a date night, a special occasion with the family, or even for just going all-out at your next barbeque. Each filet mignon steak is aged by our master butchers for at least 30 days before cutting, a technique that naturally maximizes the steak's tenderness to a sublime level. Bacon-wrapped filets make an impressive and memorable gift, too.
Next, the steaks are carefully and expertly wrapped in a strip of premium, uncooked sugar-cured bacon, held in place with a special double-pronged skewer. As the steak and bacon cook, the delicious juices from the bacon combine with the steak to create an extra-savory, irresistible flavor as well as the perfect combination of tenderness and crispiness. Bacon-wrapped filets are excellent on the grill or cooked indoors in a pan. Every steak is flash-frozen at Omaha Steaks to perfectly preserve tenderness and quality and individually vacuum-sealed for your convenience.
Nutrition & Info
|Menu||Steaks & Chops|
|Cooking Method||Broil, Grill|
|Specialty||Bacon Wrapped, Gourmet|
|Dietary Need||Low Sodium, Made Without Gluten|
|Steak Cut||Filet Mignon|
|Weight||6 oz. steaks|
|People Serving||serves 6|
|Thickness||7/8, 1, 1 1/8|
Ingredients: Bacon Cured with: Water, Salt, Sugar, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.
These products are processed in our plants in Nebraska, USA after undergoing a strict series of quality checks and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture.