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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

Chef, I defer to your professional opinion. I probably like ribeye because it's more forgiving.
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

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When you open the pan, the steaks will be medium or medium rare, and there will be some sauce to mix with the nice soft sautéed onions
While I'm sure onions are good with this, I am thinking mushrooms would be a good way to go too.
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Chef, I defer to your professional opinion. I probably like ribeye because it's more forgiving.
Hey I like ribeyes too.
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

Chef! what about so called London broil? It's always tough
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

Flank Steak = London Broil. Cook Rare, slice very thin AGAINST the grain

Favorite marinade for Flank:

Bourbon
Brown Sugar
Oil
Pepper, fresh ground
Scallions
Garlic, crushed

Most folks probably don't slice it correctly or thinly enough
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

Had it for dinner tonight. Same marinade you gave except red onions vs scallions. You'd have been proud



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Flank Steak = London Broil. Cook Rare, slice very thin AGAINST the grain

Favorite marinade for Flank:

Bourbon
Brown Sugar
Oil
Pepper, fresh ground
Scallions
Garlic, crushed

Most folks probably don't slice it correctly or thinly enough
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

My best steaks are browned on both sides a couple of minutes or less on each side and then I place the whole pan with steaks in a 450 degree oven for about 4-5 minutes and they come out medium rare and juicy and perfect every time. The grill doesn't do nearly as good a job. I coat the steaks with olive oil and montreal steak seasoning and fresh pepper to begin with.
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My best steaks are browned on both sides a couple of minutes or less on each side and then I place the whole pan with steaks in a 450 degree oven for about 4-5 minutes and they come out medium rare and juicy and perfect every time. The grill doesn't do nearly as good a job. I coat the steaks with olive oil and montreal steak seasoning and fresh pepper to begin with.
Buy a better grill.
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

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Chef! what about so called London broil? It's always tough
Shawn is correct,

I have seen London Broil sold under various cuts of meat. Top round, skirt steak, bottom round. Traditionally it's flank steak. Marinating for a few hours with something acidic will break down some of the connective tissue which gives it toughness. Acids can be vinegars, wines , or tomato product.

Grill and like Shawn stated slice thinly across the grain on a slight angle. ( sometimes it can change depending on the meat ) the way you slice it makes all the difference . Try and use a slicing knife with a thin blade.
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Re: Steak, OMG! pan seared!

I've honestly never cooked steak any way but pan seared.

Any other way just lets the juice dribble away.
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