How to Cook Steak at Home Using Different Cooking Methods

 

How to Cook Steak in the Oven

Broil Steak in Oven

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Home broiling is quite tricky, because you need to play with oven temperature in order to, first, brown the steak surface and, second, not overcook it.

It takes a bit of practice, so you shouldn’t get frustrated if you fail the first (it happened to me).

This guide will help you out a lot…see how to broil steak in oven step by step.

Slowly Cook Steak in Oven

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How to keep any steak tender, juicy and not overcooked while baking it in oven?

Use low heat to make it succulent and keep all the flavor inside.

Very simple method…see how to slowly cook any steak in oven to perfection.

Sous Vide Steak in the Oven

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Is it possible to practically not even watch it cooking, while getting a perfect steak every time?

With sous vide it’s more than doable.

All you need is basic equipment (no fancy immersion circulator) and you can start to sous vide your steak in oven.

How to Cook Steak on Stove & Oven

how-to-cook-steak-on-stove-finish-it-in-the-ovenJust like with simple pan searing, you begin by cooking your steak on stove top, but for a much shorter period.

All you need is to develop surface browning.

Once that happens, you transfer it inside the oven, where you, using either, hot, medium or low heat, finish the cooking process…see how to cook steak on stove & oven for the steps.

 

How to Cook Steak on Stove in a Pan

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Pan-searing is a dry heat cooking method and is best suited for more expensive cuts like rib eye, sirloin and filet mignon.

However, when done carefully, leaner (and cheaper) cuts like round steak and flat iron steak can also be seared on stove with great success…see how to cook steak on stove top

How to Cook Steak in Cast Iron Skillet to Medium-rare

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Just like with the standard stove top technique from above, cooking in cast iron skillet is great for searing all kinds of steaks – rib eye, flat iron, sirloin, filet mignon.

Check it out…see how to cook steak in cast iron skillet to medium-rare

How to Marinate Steak - The 5-Minute Guide

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Why marinate steak…how long does it take…what’s the difference between enzyme- and acid-based marinades…how to not spoil beef and not turn into rubber-like flavorless substance…

For these and other tips, check out our guide and see how to marinate steak in 3 steps.

How to Tenderize Steak Without a Mallet

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Who doesn’t like tender steak?

To help you cook it that way every time, I put these 3 tips together – slow oven cooking, proper marinating and medium-rare doneness.

See these in more details and learn how to tenderize any steak without destroying it with a mallet.

How to Check Steak Doneness

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The are 6 general degrees of doneness with one of them, medium-rare, being the most commonly used and preferred by people around the world.

There are 3 ways to check for steak doneness – by touch, time or by meat thermometer (the most accurate method).

See how to check steak doneness.

Steak Cooking Times

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How long to cook steak on grill, stove, oven..?

A lot depends on the actual cooking temperature and steak thickness.

It also depends on the doneness level you like your steak cooked to.

These cooking time estimates are a good place to start, if you don’t have a meat probe (yet).

See steak cooking times doneness guidelines.

 

 

One of the Many Steak Recipes…by SteakEat

Round Steak & Tahini Sauce
Round Steak & Tahini Sauce

10-Minute Paleo Round Steak & Tahini Sauce Recipe

    

April 14, 2015

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I totally disliked tahini, when I tried it the very first time. It took me a couple of years to accidentally try it again and actually like it that time.

Consider it as another example of how we hate certain foods up until the moment when we love them =D.

For those of you that don't know, tahini is a paste made entirely from sesame seeds. It can be dark, light, organic and even conventional. Try them out and see what you like more, but don't go too crazy about it - it's quite high in omega-6. Something that we, paleo community, would pay attention to.

While tahini it's not really great on its own, mixing it with other ingredients (e.g. lemon juice) is a whole new story. And this recipe proves it.

Check it out!

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 10 mins
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  • Yields: 2 Servings

Ingredients

For Steak

1 round steak

For Sauce

2 cherry tomatoes

1 handful basil leaves

1/2 lemon

1/2 handful chopped leeks

1/4 cup tahini

1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

drizzle of balsamic vinegar

Directions

Season the steak with flaked salt and sear it to medium-rare level of doneness.

Combine the rest of the ingredients in the food processor and blend them together.

Use as a spread or topping. Enjoy!

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