What’s for Dinner: Steak

On Saturday, I made steak. On my stove top, and without a cast iron.

Here’s how I made my steak:

  1. I took my t-bone cuts of steak and marinated with olive oil, Montreal Steak seasoning and a combination of garlic and ginger paste. I would suggest about one tablespoon of the steak seasoning for each pound of meat you are working with … I was working with five pounds of meat, and used around five tablespoons of the seasoning.
  2. Don’t poke holes in the meat. Let your steak marinate for about an hour.
  3. Then, in my skillet, I warmed up a thin layer of olive oil. On low to medium heat.
  4. Once the meat is in the skillet, I would recommend you not fuss with it or try to turn over too many times. Just let it sit and create a nice sizzling crust and cook halfway through before you flip them over.

Don’t press them down, don’t continuously flip them, etc.

End result? Perfectly delicious homemade steak. At a fraction of the cost.


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P.S. This post is a part of my “What’s for Dinner” series, where I share what I’ve been cooking and my recipes.

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