A minute steak is boneless beef, very thin, and is usually scored and pounded to tenderize it. Various cuts can be used for a minute steak, but most often it is a thinly sliced piece of boneless sirloin or eye of round.
Large steaks that are flexible so they can be rolled and tied to be used as an oven roast. Often, a stuffing is placed over the steak before it is rolled to enhance the flavor of both the steak and the stuffing.
Another name for a center cut steak from the boneless chuck shoulder. The name “Ranch Steak” is a supermarket name used as a marketing tool to give the boneless chuck shoulder center cut steak a more attractive and easier to remember name for the consumer.