For meat lovers, a juicy steak from the grill or grill pan is an experience every time. To prevent the meat from fraying, a steak knife is necessary for cutting. If the meat fibers are cut through with a sharp blade, the meat juice is preserved. Steak knives from ZWILLING, MIYABI and HENCKELS have good cutting properties and, thanks to their blade geometry, ensure optimum stability during cutting.
What makes a steak knife?
A knife for steak meat must meet special requirements. It should fit the hand as well as possible to cut safely and without tiring. Also, it must be particularly sharp and robust, combined with high-quality workmanship. ZWILLING steak knives are made of carefully selected steel, which offers the ideal balance between stability and flexibility. Some knife blades harden in ice using a special process. This gives these FRIODUR® blades an extremely durable, corrosion-resistant cutting edge.
There are two different types of knives: with and without serrated edges. Both versions have a blade length of 4.5 inch. Steak knives with a high-quality serrated edge have the advantage that a higher pressure is partially exerted on the steak and the higher cutting force makes it easier to cut the product. A disadvantage is that the knives cannot be sharpened with a whetstone or sharpening stick.
Steak knives without serrated edges must have a high sharpness because the pressure on the meat is distributed more evenly due to the larger contact surface. The sharpness of the blade ensures easy cutting through crispy meat and crusts.