steak without grill

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  1. Moe88

    Moe88 New Member

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    anyone got recipes / guides to cooking steak without having a grill? :hsd:
     
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    i sear mine in a skillet then put it in the oven. just put some salt/pepper on it. pretty easy but far from amazing
     
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    broiler
     
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    500g of steak in .5" of of vinager or red wine in a pan for 10 minute boil
     
  5. Thelonius

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    poke it with a fork to let the flavor in.
     
  6. Balddog

    Balddog eek3

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    i just do mine in a frying pan
     
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    why would you ruin a perfectly good steak by not grilling it? gtfo.
     
  8. knucks

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    WHAT THE FUCK IS GRAM
     
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    3.5oz per 100g

    2.2lb per 1kg
     
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    Rumbaar Inherent Omniscience OT Supporter

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    .. the metric system ... what the rest of the world mostly uses.
     
  11. Hallock

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    I just enjoy the mix of metric and U.S. standard in that sentence.
     
  12. woot

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    I would omit the butter from his recipe though.
     
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    What cut of steak are you talking about?
     
  14. MaineSucks

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    Step 1) Buy a good cast iron pan
    Step 2) Read about seasoning a pan (cook a lot of bacon in it and let the fat saturate the pan)
    Step 3) Buy some ribeyes
    Step 4) 45min-1hr before cook, take steaks out of fridge and stand at room temp
    Step 5) Preheat over to 500 degrees, insert cast iron pan
    Step 6) While preheating, give steaks a good rub with salt and pepper
    Step 7) Take pan out of over and put it on the stove, on high, and let it get hot as fuck. Water should evaporate in 3 seconds
    Step 8) Put a small bit of high-smoke point oil on both sides of the steak. Just coat it.
    Step 9) Open the windows, get a fan, block the smoke detector
    Step 10) Put steaks on pan and sear for 35 seconds a side.
    Step 11) Once second side has cooked for 35 seconds, immediately throw the whole pan in the over. Cook for 2min per side (for med rare, if you cook it more than that you aren't a man)
    Step 12) Remove steaks and put on a plate, cover with tin foil for a few minutes.
     
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    lets not forget a foreman grill....

    and putting an actual metal grill over your propane-gas stove, with alumnim foil on the bottom to catch fat drip
     
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    Pan seared steak is so easy and so fucking tastey. I typically let steak rest for 7 minutes under the tin foil.
     
  17. knucks

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    good steak is too expensive.
    i stick to chicken.
     
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    This step is key, didn't do this the first time around and had to run around like an asshole ripping batteries out of the smoke detectors mid-sear
     
  19. Mass

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    in an effort to eat better with steak, ive switched to eye of round, and because of the low fat content you can really turn up the burners and it doesnt smoke much, still tastes really effing good.
     
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    I prefer to stick it in the oven at 250deg for 20-25 min then sear both sides. Comes out perfect.
     
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    Interesting... may have to try that
     
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    you can pick up a pre seasoned lodge logic cast iron skillet pretty much anywhere. I think I got mine at academy sports.
    also - made in the usa :coold:
     
  23. evan2

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    Do what Maine said, I sear it for 1 minute on both sides then put it in for about 6 minutes at 350 and do not flip it.
    I use peanut oil on it.
    Let it sit 5 minutes before cutting.
     
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    does it taste better in the oven or something?

    i dont get why people throw it in the oven rather than just leaving in the pan?
     
  25. Moe88

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    thanks :cool:
     
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