A Review of Tyson Fully Cooked Steak Fingers

I like many of the Tyson brand frozen food products. Usually, they are affordable and very tasty. When I came across large bag of Tyson Fully Cooked Steak Fingers in the frozen meats section of my local grocery store, I was thrilled. I decided to purchase these, try them and write a product review all about my experience with them. Here is what I discovered!

I bought one bag of Tyson Fully Cooked Steak Fingers for around six dollars. Each bag has eight servings in it. That is a decent food bargain, especially for a fully cooked beef item. I love country fried beef steak and this product is actually very close to that dish. With a twist. These are finger shaped beef patties with breading, seasoning and spices in them. The picture of these on the front of the bag looked great! I could not wait to taste them!

These steak fingers are perfect for microwave cooking and that is how I chose to prepare them. I placed a few on a microwave safe plate and heated on high for a minute. These cook so quickly and I love that fact. They smelled wonderful. When I tasted Tyson Fully Cooked Steak Fingers, I liked them very much. They are tender, beefy, flavorful, seasoned perfectly and breaded well. I like to dip these in ketchup, mayo, steak sauce and in Dijon mustard. They go well with many sauces and they are great on sandwiches, too. As a quick snack or a meal, these are winners and they are yummy. I did find a few tiny bits of gristle in these, so do be careful when you eat them. I rate them four stars out of five stars. They are creative and fun to eat. I will be buying these again. They save me time and money. Gotta love that! Pure beef finger pleasure.

One two finger serving has 250 calories. 160 of those calories are from fat. One serving has 18 grams of total fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 20 mg’s of cholesterol, 540 mg’s of sodium, 14 grams of total carbs, 1 gram of dietary fiber, 1 gram of sugars and 8 grams of protein. These do have some iron in them. This product does contain wheat ingredients. I really liked the re sealable bag that these come in. It helps keep them fresh and makes storage in the freezer a breeze. No, this is not a diet friendly item, but they are so good!

I enjoyed trying Tyson Fully Cooked Steak Fingers and writing a product review about them. They are affordable and a crowd pleaser, I discovered. They go well with chips, salads, mac & cheese, dips and even coleslaw. Tyson also offers boxed nuggets, patties and wings, seasoned beef strips and grilled and ready chicken, just to name a few fun items. For more information, you can visit the Tyson.com website.