Cooking a delicious steak is no easy task. But I have improved my recipes many times. This step-by-step guide will explain in detail how to cook steak in a frying pan at home.
This guide is intended for those with cooking experience. For those who do not find joy in the kitchen, it is better not to buy this recipe.
Cooking steaks is a very delicate and quick process. But if you arrange everything correctly and follow my advice. You can easily manage.
Step 1: Supplies and Materials
Here is a list of things you need to do to cook a steak.
- Steak-sized skillet.
- A piece of meat
- Olive Oil
- Black paper
- Fresh (or dried) garlic.
Step 2: Buy the steak.
- The first thing you need to do is find the right steak to cook.
- It is better to choose a good selection of high-quality meat.
- A butcher shop is usually a bit more expensive. But I think it’s worth it.
- I bought a 250g beef steak, it’s too small for one person and too cheap. Choose your favorite meat! With a good amount, you can eat better steak, but works well for a small dish.
- When you go to the supermarket, don’t forget to buy leftovers like olive oil, butter, salt, pepper, and garlic. If you want to use garlic powder, this is the best time to buy fresh garlic cloves.
Step Three: The Slaughterhouse
- When you get home, let the meat warm up. It’s in the store’s refrigerator. It is very cold there. A cold-cooked steak is not a good idea.
- First, take the meat out of the bag and place it on a plate. Let sit and season the meat with salt and pepper. Sprinkle properly and don’t waste the masala.
- It usually takes 20 minutes to reheat the meat. It all depends on the size of the pieces and the freezing time. It is important to heat the meat thoroughly so that it does not cool when cooked in the pan.
- When grilling steaks, take your time and make sure all the pans and other ingredients are ready. Keep the pan on high heat. Before heating, add enough olive oil to cover the bottom of the pan. You will need more oil in the following steps. Go through this process
Step 4: Small reservation
The next step is important and potentially dangerous, as the pan will be very hot.
- You will use tongs to hold the steaks in the hot oil. This high temperature is very hot. So be careful when flipping the steaks.
- After the steak is placed in the pan, it counts and remains there for 1 minute, then turn after 1 minute, and rests for 1 minute.
- After 1 minute has passed, flip the steaks until they are browned around the edges. Keep the edges the same color as the rest of the meat. Do this on both sides. Flip the pan so that the oil is on one side of the pan. This will make it easier to cook the sides of the steak. As shown in the image above.
- You need to stir continuously for 1 minute until you feel that the taste is fully spicy. The total time for this procedure depends on your preferences and the thickness of the tape.
- Now you are ready for the next step.
Step Five: Standard Cooking
- At this point, the steak is evenly fried on all sides and simmered in broth. Keep the oven on medium flame.
- It’s time to grill and cook the meat to your liking. This variable cooking time depends on factors such as the thickness of the meat and the temperature of the pan.
- You need to check or burn the wood often to make sure the meat is done. For this tutorial, I cooked a medium rare pink steak.
- The pan is no longer hot. Turn the steak every minute.
- Time to add the garlic and oil. Add the butter slices to the pan and season with garlic. I use garlic powder because I don’t have any fresh powder. Allow the meat to absorb the delicious flavor as you flip the steak. Note that I’m talking about making the perfect stack. Not a healthy steak
- I cooked this steak for just 8 minutes, turning every minute to get it medium rare. Again, it all depends on the thickness of the piece and the cooking temperature, so I can’t guarantee the same result in 8 minutes.
- Use tongs to check the meat. When you feel a piece of meat begin to darken, it’s probably a medium roast.
- After cooking the steak in the pan for a sufficient time, it’s time to take it out and put it on a clean plate.
STAGE 6: TAKE YOUR TIME
- Let the meat rest before slicing.
- In order for the steak to be truly juicy, the meat must be “rested” after cooking. If you cook a medium rare steak and cut it right off, the juice will fill the entire cutting board. As a result, the meat will be less juicy, less aromatic, and not rich enough in taste.
- Let the meat rest for 5 minutes.
If you’re too impatient, enjoy a bottle of beer for now.
STAGE 7: EAT AND ENJOY
- You’ve been patient enough. You waited 5 minutes. Homemade steaks are now available to you.
- This steak does not require any sauce. The sauce will only spoil the natural flavor you have created on your stove.
- Boiled vegetables and cold beer will perfectly complement your meat masterpiece. Enjoy!
- For everyone who has tried this perfectly cooked dish at least once, the question arose of how to cook beef steak.
- Steak – that’s just how much taste: thin fried crust, juicy meat on the cut, impeccable meat texture, an explosion of taste that melts on the tongue and sensations. The main thing in this dish is high-quality meat and proper preparation, it does not matter at all whether it is cooked in a restaurant or not.
- You can cook your perfect steak at home with your favorite spices and your favorite sauce, with the degree of roasting you want. By learning and practicing a few simple recipes, you can impress your guests with their seemingly incredible culinary skills.
- A man who knows how to cook a steak is 100 points ahead of any woman who appreciates the taste of real meat.