When cutting the beef into strips, slice against the grain (across the striated fibers); the result will be meat that is much more tender. Cutting the orange crosswise allows the connective tissues to stay in place, so the slices are less likely to break apart when tossed with the beef. Serve the dish with white rice.
Emeril's signature rib-eye steak is pan-grilled, then roasted to perfection and topped with lemon-infused butter. The recipe appears in his book "From Emeril's Kitchens." Try serving it with Emeril's Mashed Potatoes.
Also try: Pan-Roasted Filet Mignons with Potato-Walnut Confit, Port Wine Reduction, Stilton Cheese, and Shallot Rings
Jean-Georges Vongerichten, owner of Prime Steakhouse, at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, shares his recipe for this classic meal. For a tender, juicy steak, use only prime beef, the highest grade of meat.