Given the relatively low price of this package of steak fingers, and the copious amount of pieces within, I suspected the quality might not be amazing. Still, I love a good junk food/fast food item.
This sack (it’s a word that seems to fit given the vast contents) was priced $6.98 and I lost count of how many individual pieces were packed within. Indeed it took me more than a few weeks to slowly work through these. They certainly came in very handy when I wanted to have a quick snack or bite. I found myself microwaving two or three and slapping them on a bun for an impromptu sandwich.
Sadly, the reason they took me so long to work my way through wasn’t just the sheer amount. The flavor of these steak fingers was largely unappealing, even for a fast food enthusiast like myself. Again, it’s hard to complain at this price point, but very little beef flavor shines through the predominant flavor which is grease.
A little ketchup certainly helped, but it’s hard to really get away from this main flavor – and smell – your microwave will retain a lingering aroma of this product for a while too. At least mine did.
Fast Fixin’ Steak Fingers cooking instructions, nutrition, ingredients
Are Fast Fixin Steak Fingers any good?
The most generous thing we can say about these steak fingers is they live up to their name of fast fixins. The price/quantity of this ginormous sack of fingers is great and they cook up in just 60 seconds. Flavorwise though they fall flat.
Hi I’m Stuart, amateur home cook and professional food writer. You can find my writing at places like The Salt Lake Tribune and Gastronomic SLC, which I founded more than a decade ago. As well as writing extensively about restaurants, I’m endlessly curious about that product on the shelf. Is it any good I wonder? If you’re like me, wonder no more.