flat iron steak

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flat iron steak

also flat·i·ron steak  (flăt′ī′ərn)
n.
A choice cut of steak taken from the shoulder.

[Probably from its shape, resembling the bottom surface of a flatiron.]
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The Flat Iron (Shoulder Top Blade Steak) comes from the second most tender beef muscle cut from the top blade roast. Each half resembles a small flank steak.