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Try enjoying your filet mignon the way our master butchers prefer it… double trimmed! The Omaha Steaks Butcher's Cut Filet Mignon delivers a closer trim as part of a leaner, upgraded filet mignon experience. So you're getting super-tender filet mignon steaks that are hand-selected for world-class quality, aged at least 21 days for maximum tenderness (the grocery store doesn't do that), carefully trimmed then trimmed again, and flash-frozen to preserve steak perfection.
What's so special about filet mignon? Tenderness. Filets are carved from the tenderloin, a very small portion of beef that's prized specifically for its easy-to-cut texture and blissfully mild flavor. The filet mignon's diminutive size is also what makes it's so valuable - there's simply less of it available than other steaks. The beef experts here at Omaha Steaks select tenderloins for exceptional quality, and then the magic happens.
The beef is aged at least 21 days, a natural process that maximizes the tenderness of the filet mignonand is guaranteed to make each steak fork-tender when it's delivered to you. Then the steaks are trimmed. Then they're trimmed again. Once each filet mignon is double trimmed so that there's no exterior fat, the butchers are sure they've created a great cooking and eating experience. Finally, our flash-freezing process stops aging and safety concerns in their tracks, and the steak is never thawed or stored above freezing temperatures again until you have it. That's why Omaha Steaks can 100% guarantee the quality and experience of our Butcher's Cut Filet Mignon steaks.
|Menu||Steaks & Chops|
|Cooking Method||Broil, Grill, Pan Fry, Sear Roast|
|Dietary Need||Gluten Free, Ketogenic Diet, Low Sodium, Paleo Diet|
|Steak Cut||Filet Mignon|
|Weight||4 oz. steaks|
|Thickness||1, 1 1/4, 1 1/2|
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.