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Old 03-03-2005, 12:06 PM   #21
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i love steak,but i dont know why i can never make a good steak at home,it always turns out too dry....but that can be because i try to cook it all the way through because i cant stand raw meat,any ideas on how to make a juicy but well cooked steak?
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how are you cooking and what type of steak and what grade?
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Old 03-03-2005, 12:12 PM   #24
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well i dont have a grill,i just cook it in pan after the oil is well heated,i use olive oil and some butter,and i usually buy beef tenderloin.
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What grade?

How do you prep it? Have done is it?
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Old 03-03-2005, 12:25 PM   #26
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oh i use a large heavy based non-stick pan,and i marinate the meat in some salt,pepper,vinegar and flour,if thats what u r asking? i dont know what u mean by grade?
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thanx bangbang ! good info.....
but i've actually seen sara moulton cooking a beef steak in a pan,and not roasting it later in the oven :?
I AM SO CONFUSED! :(
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thanx bangbang ! good info.....
but i've actually seen sara moulton cooking a beef steak in a pan,and not roasting it later in the oven :?
I AM SO CONFUSED! :(
I have panfried steaks too but if you finish them in the oven you get better results if you don't like them rare. You just sear the steak in a hot pan and then finish in the oven. Use a heavy pan. I like to use cast iron. After doing this a few times you will know how long to leave it in the oven for the results you want. Let the meat rest before cutting into it so it remains juicy. This method takes some practice but works great.
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