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Cook a steak

Cook a steak

Cook a steak

As the recent steak dinner dinner symbolized, most of my meals have at least a little effort involved. So it’s nice to know that you don’t have to set your watch by the oven to make sure dinner is on time. There are a plethora of cooking apps out there. Even on the go, there’s nothing as quick and easy as cooking dinner with your phone.

Steak

Here’s how to cook steak like a chef – pan seared and basted with garlic thyme butter! It’s dramatic, simple cooking at its best, you’ll look like a total pro and feel like you’re dining at the best steakhouse in town….. It’s as simple as this: while the steak is searing in the pan, throw in butter, garlic and thyme and baste continuously as the steak finishes cooking. The garlic-thyme infused butter does all sorts of wonderful things to the steak, seeping into the cracks and crevices, and adhering to the crust of the steak. Thickish cut steak – no more than 2.5cm/1″ thick, because we want to cook this entirely on the stove (thicker cuts need to be finished in the oven). Ideal steaks: boneless rib eye / scotch fillet, porterhouse / New York, T-bone. Grade: takes high quality steak over the top amazing, really elevates economical steak.

I’ve just cooked one very large steak here because 2 was a squish in the medium size skillet I use for photography and video purposes. I use the same amount of butter whether making one or two steaks because you need a minimum amount to have enough to make it easy to spoon over the steak as it cooks. Recipe video above. Here's a cheffy way to cook steak that really makes the most of a good steak - or fancies up economical steaks! Basting with garlic-thyme infused butter as the steak is cooking adds flavour and luxury to the steak. You'll feel like a total pro cooking it and it'll rival the best steakhouse in town! (Source: www.recipetineats.com)

 

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