Have you ever cooked a steak that was either, overcooked, dried-out, chewy or flavorless?
Chances are – you totally have! (let’s be honest 😉 )
SteakEat helps to avoid frustration from cooking, wasting time, money and eating awful steak…
It helps YOU to ROCK on the kitchen and COOK LIKE A PRO. 😎
- Cook Steak on Stove Top in a Frying Pan
- How to Cook Steak in Cast Iron Skillet
- Cooking Steak in Oven
- How to Cook Steak on Stove & Oven
- How to Check Steak Doneness
- Steak Cooking Times
Or you can choose a steak you want to cook and follow respective cooking guidelines:
To help you cook like a pro, more things about:
- How to Buy Steak: Good Quality at Great Price
- The 7 Ideas For Saving Money On Beef
- What Types Of Steaks Are The Best On The Cow
- How To Store Steak So It Stays Fresh & Flavorful
- How To Store Meat For Long-Term
- How To Store A Steak After Opening The Package
It’s time to SteakEat!
This page has all the resources you need to start cooking.
What do you need to prepare a dinner that rocks?
Sure enough, a steak of excellent quality is vital.
Not planning to cook right away? Not a big deal…see how to preserve flavor and tenderness.
‘Before anything else, preparation is the key to success’.
So let’s prepare for it:
Ready to cook like a pro?
These guides drive you through the complex techniques, turning them into simple step-by-step manuals.
Just pick a cooking method…
Oven cooking is divided into several different techniques (click the title to go right to them):
- Low-heat method, which is ideal for less tender, leaner cuts like round steak. Low slow cooking helps to keep most of the juices inside the steak, leaving it more tender and flavorful.
- Medium-heat method is good for all the cuts and we recommend using it when you want to gain most o the benefits of low-heat cooking, but lack the time necessary.
- High-heat oven cooking is only good for expensive, fatty cuts like NY strip and rib eye.
- Oven broiling is a winter substitute for grilling, which involves cooking steak under the grill-like heating element inside your oven.
- Sous vide oven cooking is a way to use the power of moist heat to break down tough connective tissue and tenderize steaks even further.
Just 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.
Got the cooking techniques in check and need some simple, healthy steak recipes?
You couldn’t have been in a better place…