How to cook:

classic steak

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  1. Season or marinate

    (for up to 2 hours before cooking)

  2. Preheat & oil

    • Preheat grill to medium heat
    • Add a slight amount of oil to outside of cutlets
  3. Grill until browned

    Flip every 2 minutes until outside is lightly browned and internal temp is 165°F.

    From thawed:

    Cook for 12 minutes

    From frozen:

    Cook for 22 minutes
  4. Remove and enjoy!

classic steak recipes

Meati™ BBQ Meati™ Steak recipe

BBQ Meati™ Steak

Prep: 10 min
Cook: 15 min
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Meati™ Dry-Rubbed Grilled Meati™ Steak  recipe

Dry-Rubbed Grilled Meati™ Steak

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 20 min
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Meati™ Grilled Meati™ Steak Kebobs  recipe

Grilled Meati™ Steak Kebobs

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 35 min
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Meati™ Meati™ Steak & Eggs recipe

Meati™ Steak & Eggs

Prep: 15 min
Cook: 40 min
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Meati™ Meati™ Steak Shabu Shabu recipe

Meati™ Steak Shabu Shabu

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 35 min
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Meati™ Char Grilled Meati™ Steak Tostada recipe

Char Grilled Meati™ Steak Tostada

Prep: 15 min
Cook: 25 min
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Meati™ Grilled Meati™ Steak Sandwich recipe

Grilled Meati™ Steak Sandwich

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 25 min
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How to cook:

classic cutlet

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  1. Season or marinate

    (for up to 2 hours before cooking)

  2. Preheat & oil

    • Preheat grill to medium heat
    • Add a slight amount of oil to outside of cutlets
  3. Grill until browned

    Flip every 2 minutes until outside is lightly browned and internal temp is 165°F.

    From thawed:

    Cook for 6-8 minutes

    From frozen:

    Cook for 10-12 minutes
  4. Remove and enjoy!

classic cutlet recipes

Meati™ Meati™ Grilled Cutlet Panzanella recipe

Meati™ Grilled Cutlet Panzanella

Prep: 10 min
Cook: 20 min
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Meati™ Pesto Caprese Meati™ Cutlet Sandwiches recipe

Pesto Caprese Meati™ Cutlet Sandwiches

Prep: 15 min
Cook: 5 min
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Meati™ Butter & Herb Meati™ Classic Cutlet recipe

Butter & Herb Meati™ Classic Cutlet

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 30 min
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Meati™ Grilled Meati™ Classic Cutlet Kale Salad recipe

Grilled Meati™ Classic Cutlet Kale Salad

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 30 min
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Meati™ Meati™ Classic Cutlet Bulgogi Bowls recipe

Meati™ Classic Cutlet Bulgogi Bowls

Prep: 35 min
Cook: 40 min
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How to cook:

crispy cutlet

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  1. Preheat

    Preheat air fryer to 400°F

  2. Cook until crispy

    Check that outside is crispy and center is 165°F.

    From thawed:

    Cook for 6-8 minutes

    From frozen:

    Cook for 10-12 minutes
  3. Remove and enjoy!

crispy cutlet recipes

Meati™ Buffalo Meati™ w/ Mac n’ Cheese recipe

Buffalo Meati™ w/ Mac n’ Cheese

Prep: 15 min
Cook: 40 min
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Meati™ Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Parmesan recipe

Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Parmesan

Prep: 10 min
Cook: 20 min
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Meati™ Hot Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Sandwich recipe

Hot Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Sandwich

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 30 min
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Meati™ Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Sunday Dinner recipe

Meati™ Crispy Cutlet Sunday Dinner

Prep: 20 min
Cook: 35 min
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tips & tricks

You can cook Meati™ much like you cook animal meat: pan sear, bake or grill. Fortunately, Meati™ cuts do not overcook or burn as easily as actual meat. Find more recipes and cooking instructions in the Meati™ Kitchen.

Add Meati™ to a stew or soup toward the very end of its preparation. Meati™ absorbs flavor and liquids incredibly well – while you might marinate meat for hours, you could be good to go marinating Meati™ for just 15 minutes. In fact, leaving Meati™ submerged in liquid for long times may get in the way of the ideal mouthfeel. Learn more and find recipes here in the Meati™ Kitchen.

Season your Meati™ like you would chicken or beef, but for no longer than 2 hours before you’re ready to heat! Apply a slight amount of oil to the outside and then grill! We recommend checking out specific instructions for cooking here, as times vary based on the Meati™ cut and whether it’s frozen or thawed. The internal temperature should reach 165°F.

Season Meati™ Classic Cutlets like you would a chicken breast or thigh. You can find some ideas here, and follow us on Instagram for more tips and tricks!

Meati™ absorbs flavors incredibly well. Give our Classic Cutlet (and Classic Steak) as little as 15 minutes and up to two hours in a marinade, and it should be good to go. Just 20 minutes or so often produces a great result. Bear in mind, the characteristics of your marinade matter here:

  • Viscous marinades — think barbecue sauce — won't be absorbed as quickly. These could likely work well for longer immersion periods. As viscosity goes down, so should the marination duration.
  • The more acidic the marinade , the faster it will be absorbed. Citrus juices, for example, will get into Meati™ quickly.
  • Fatty marinades — those using olive oil, for example — work well and fall somewhere in the middle range of how long Meati™ should be immersed in them.
  • Salt in all marinades will be readily picked up by Meati™. If you want to play it safe, you can always add salt after your dish is prepared with little if any impact on the overall eating experience.
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