What Are Some Good Hanger Steak Recipes

Hanging tender or onglet ... It's amazing!

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Anyone who follows us on Instagram will have seen last week that we were ordering from Gourmetfleisch.de for the first time. For this order we focused on two things:
1. Tri-Tip Steaks (more on this in a later recipe)
2. Hanging tender
Hanging tender? What is that? This is probably how most people will react when they hear that name.
Behind this name is a piece of beef that has been forgotten ... and what a thing! The hanging tender, or kidney cone, is probably known to most, if at all, by the name of the Onglet. The meat is very tender and if you like beef you will love this piece of meat. It tastes incredibly aromatic and paired with our truffle butter it was really a feast!

Ingredients for the truffle butter recipe:

  • 250 g soft butter
  • 1 tbsp truffle salt (if you can make it yourself: crush 2 black truffles (let them dry sufficiently) together with 200 g salt)
  • 2 tbsp truffle oil


Mix everything together well. You can determine the salty taste yourself according to your taste. It tastes best when you let the butter steep for a day.

For the hanging tender you need per person:


Sounds like a little, but it tastes like a lot, especially since the truffle butter is added to it.
Take the meat out of the fridge an hour before cooking and dab well just before roasting. Now put a little oil in a steak pan or preferably a cast iron pan and then put the pan on the stove at the highest level and preheat the oven to approx. 80-100 ° C.
As soon as the oil starts to smoke slightly, add the hanging tender to the pan and sear the meat on all four sides for about a minute. Then place the pan on the oven rack or in an ovenproof dish and let it simmer in the oven until it has reached the desired cooking level (I recommend a core temperature of 55 ° C, best measure with a meat or steak thermometer). Now take it out of the oven and let it rest for a minute in aluminum foil ... DONE.
Sprinkle with the fleur de sel ... add truffle butter and ...
Loss et üch taste.
The meat was made available to us by Gourmetfleisch.de GmbH.
Gourmetfleisch never influenced the content of this recipe, it was 100% developed by us.

Loss et üch taste.

It is still important to us: The content of this article was not influenced by our client at any time, it was written by us and corresponds 100% to our own opinion.
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