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What's easiest (and fastest) way to whip up a great steak?

asked by @HelloLT over 6 years ago

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jmburns
added over 6 years ago

Well never whipped up a steak. But I would heat up a grill pan season stem with salt and pepper and coat with olive oil. Sear steak both sides and put in a 350 to 400 oven to finish it off.

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added over 6 years ago

Steak isn't necessarily fast - for a successful finished product it's important to both temper the steak ahead of time (bring the meat to room temp before cooking it, about 30 mins out of the fridge) and rest for 10 minutes on a rack after cooking to keep the meat moist.

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allans
added over 6 years ago

I agree with the above with one addition. Splash with Worcestershire as it comes to room temp. Adds nice flavor.

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Beamer
added over 6 years ago

2nd answer definitely the best. Before cooking, though, season generously with salt and pepper.

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michaelzr
added over 6 years ago

Bring steak to room temp. Smoking hot vegetable oil in a very heavy pan. Salt and pepper right before cooking. Flip every 20 seconds or so.

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BoulderGalinTokyo
added over 6 years ago

I have fallen in love with Sagegreen's recipe. No need to marinade, just cook. Raspberries, peppers, and onions.

http://food52.com/recipe...

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