How To Cook Steak On The Stove

How To Cook Steak On The Stove

How To Cook Steak On The Stove

Steak is one of the most popular meats around. With summer right around the corner, everybody is trying to get their hands on steaks. The problem is, not everybody knows how to cook a steak on the stove. And that’s why I decided to make this short article on how to cook a steak on the stove. It should hopefully answer your burning questions about this classic cooking taste.

There are many great steak recipes out there that you can try at home. However, you probably have no idea about how to cook a steak on the stove. Steaks are very forgiving when it comes to cooking. So, there is really no point in buying a really great high-quality steak when you don’t know how to cook it correctly. So, this short article will teach you how to cook an absolutely perfect steak perfectly on the stovetop.

Start by preparing all the items you’ll need: A steak, butter, a pan with no less than half-inch thick, oil, garlic, onion, salt, and pepper to name a few.

Also, remember to use a meat thermometer as you can gauge the internal temperature of the beef while it cooks using this method.  Bring all these ingredients to room temperature, close the oven, and wait for the beef to be fully cooked. In case you want to speed up the process, you can open the oven and place the steak on top of the butter, cover the pot tightly and cook for about five minutes or until the steak is done.

Now we get to the part where you can actually cook the steak without turning it over. This is useful for situations where you are in a hurry and need to prepare the food at short notice. All you have to do is bring the pot to medium heat, add the onion and garlic, cover the lid of the pot tightly and cook for about three minutes. Flip the steak over and continue to cook for another three minutes. In the end, flip the meat over and continue to cook for another three minutes.

If you don’t want to flip your steak over when it is done, let it finish cooking on its own.

You should notice that the bottom of the meat will be done when it reaches the section where it becomes dry. Once it is done, cover the pot tightly, let it cool down for an hour or so and then carefully remove the lid and foil. Your cooked steak is ready for serving!

For extra flavor, try serving your cooked steaks with some crusty bread. Just make sure to leave enough time before you cut into the bread. Use a nice cheddar cheese with a nice wedge. Make sure you serve your cooked steaks on a hot day for maximum flavor as well as for your family’s health!

A great and easy to follow recipe for baked New York Style steak on the oven calls for an 8-inch non-stick skillet. You’ll need butter, vegetables, steak, onion, garlic, seasonings, salt, and pepper to name a few. On the lower half of the skillet, place the butter. On the upper half of the skillet, add the vegetables.

Cover the mixture until the ingredients are completely soft. Now for the steak’s collar, you want to preheat the cast-iron skillet over low heat.

Once hot, place your steak on the pan. Turn the skillet on the lowest setting and cover for about two minutes. If your recipe calls for an eight-minute rest, that is what you should do.

After two minutes, turn the stove off. Remove the steak from the pan, wipe it with paper towels, and place it on the baking sheet. Once your steak is warm enough to handle, remove the pepper and salt from the bottom of the pan. Add the onions and garlic to the mix and cover for about five minutes. Once you’re sure it’s done, remove the thyme from its hiding place and add salt and pepper to taste.

How to cook a steak on the stove is very similar to how you would prepare a cut of prime rib. Just make sure you add enough liquid to cover the meat to help it brown easily. Once brown and fork-tender, you can add steaks to the hot grill or under the direct heat of a barbecue grill. Or, you could serve it over medium heat on your traditional stove. Whatever method you choose, make sure it’s done to your satisfaction.

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