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Today: Get the best sear on your steak -- here's how.
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There are few things as satisfying as a perfectly seared thick-cut steak with a browned, crisp crust. And few things that taste as good: That caramelized crust is where a lot of your steak’s flavor is hiding. Getting a good sear is simple if you remember just a few tips. First, always use enough fat, and make sure to get your pan screaming hot before you drop the steak in. And open a window: It will smoke, but isn’t that what makes cooking fun?
Watch how to get it right, and then apply the technique to every steak you make from this day forward -- your future dinners will thank you.
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