he Shoulder steak is a boneless cut from the area where the clod meets the edge of the pectoral muscle. This means it has a mix of tender and well-worked muscle that will give the steak a good consistent marbling with a visible coarse texture.
As a relatively unknown steak for standalone enjoyment, it’s often used for slow cook recipes with diced beef and stir-fries. It is a great cut to cook whole in a stew or casserole as it holds together well with its interconnective tissues and gristle. This makes it a good choice for a stew or a saucy dish such as Stroganoff.