Cast Iron Steaks

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Imagine, it’s the dead of winter and your craving a delicious steak but it’s hard to come by a good cooked steak when your grill is covered for the winter.

If you do not cook with cast iron regularly, you should at least keep one stashed in your home to cook a good steak during the cold months. As well, if you are not used to cooking with cast iron, be sure to follow these steps closely to ensure a juicy, perfection cooked steak.

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Step one

Even though you are cooking on a pan: you can still marinade your steak. My absolutely favorite is the Lawrys Signature Seakhouse.

What you need…

  • 2 Steaks (we prefer Delmonico’s)
  • Lawrys Signature Steak House
  • Salt and Pepper

Place your steaks in a deep pan and cover with steak marinade. Let stand for ideally 1 day but if you need it today, 3-4 hours will do.

Step two:

When you are ready to cook, place cast iron pan on stove and turn burner on to thoroughly heat your pan before placing steaks in. Do not add oil, as you will not need it. Make sure it is smoking hot, you want to create a crispy outside on your steak for all that extra flavoring.

Step Three:

Place your steak in the sizzling hot pan and cook to desired doneness. However, be careful to continuously turn your steak to ensure you do not over cook one side. To have the perfectly done steak, is to not cook by minutes but to verify by temperature.

rare steak: remove the steak from the heat at 125°F, which is about six minutes total cooking time.

medium-rare steak, aim to remove the steak from the heat at about 130°F, which is about eight minutes total cooking time.

medium steak, 140°F is the perfect heat at a total of nine to 10 minutes cooking.

well-done steak will take about 12 minutes.

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