Stuck indoors? Bored and gloomy? Missing your favorite restaurant-quality steaks? We’ve got just the perfect recipe to spice up your days!
Cook a Perfect Steak, Indoors!
Stuck indoors? Bored and gloomy? Missing your favorite restaurant-quality steaks? We’ve got just the perfect recipe to spice up your days! Your meat guide blog from Grand Peaks Prime Meats is here with another juicy blog to delight your dinner tables and highlight your family meals amidst these gloomy days. Because the best way to get through this is to surround yourself with some good comfort food and loved ones. If you don’t have your loved ones around then we’ve got the comfort food bit covered for you and if you have family around then everyone’s up for a treat because all you need for this recipe is a pan with gas burner and a few simple ingredients!
1lb porterhouse, rib-eye, and strip steak from meatery collection of Grand Peaks Prime Meats
3 tbsp. of butter
2 cloves of crushed garlic
2 sprigs of fresh thyme
Here’s how to cook:
About some 12 hours prior to when you are going to cook, rub some salt and black pepper on the steak and refrigerate it. It is okay if you aren’t willing to give it that much time due to any reason, even as little as an hour would be fine but the longer the steak sits, the better.
Get your steak out of the refrigerator about an hour before you start cooking to let it thaw nicely and naturally. This also ensures that the temperature of the steak will be even throughout and the center won’t be cold when your pan sears it.
Take out your pan and let it heat over high flame for about 5 minutes. Coat your pan with oil and then sear each side of the steak. Once the searing part is done, make sure to flip your steak every 30 seconds for an even nice crust along all sides.
If you like your steak medium-rare, then we recommend cooking for over 5 minutes. Once it’s just about done, add the butter, thyme, and garlic.
Voila! Easy and super delicious steak is ready. Just make sure to let it sit for a while. People cut it too quickly which makes all the juices leak out.