A cast-iron pan holds the heat and distributes it evenly, so it browns well rather than scorching the food in some spots and leaving it pale in others.
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Rating: 5 stars
As a chef that has worked in restaurants in Chicago, Naples, Italy, and points unknown, I can say that this is pretty much the way that we finished our steaks, and it is the method that I teach to my students. We would get our grill marks, throw it in the oven... perfect every time. This method works... Full Stop.
Keep the faith, and keep cooking.
Rating: 1 stars
This is a fine recipe if you want to make shoes for your children instead of delicious steak. Even halving the cook time resulted in a ruined steak that was the consistency of boiled shoe leather. Don’t waste a good steak on this recipe.
i haven't made a steak for 4 years, was never very good at it because i rarely eat red meat. this recipe is easy, and retains all the juices of the meat. we seared 2 thick boneless ribeye 3 min per side, then roasted for 5 min. a perfect medium rare. mmm. steaks were local, purchased at whole foods, very fresh.
Follow this recipe to the "T". Yes, it will smoke up your house, but your man will propose to you after tasting this steak. This goes in my arsenal for persuading him to do what I want ; )
The ingredients listed on the grocery list for this group of 5 meals includes spinach and grapes... wondering if they meant to serve a spinach salad with the steak?
This isn't exactly a 5 ingredient dinner... The "grocery bags" concept doesn't take into account that most people like to have side dishes of some kind with dinner.