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Welp.... its that sad time of year again folks... when we say goodbye to our precious grills until next spring.... ughhhh :(
If y'all are huge steak fans & you don't have a Ruth's Chris around the corner....and you don't know if you can make it until next spring to grill one up yourself.... well I may just have you covered with the steakhouse secret....
Cast Iron Skillet Steaks!
All you need is a Cast iron Skillet, salt, pepper & a big juicy steak!
you can really use any seasonings you choose... we usually try out all the different steak seasonings at Wegmans... but for this blog post I kept it simple with salt & pepper which is just as delicious & traditionally used by steakhouses ;-)
Preheat oven to 450
Season steaks with the salt & pepper. Don't be afraid to layer on that salt either! One of the biggest mistakes people make is not putting enough salt on. I'm not a salt person so I have messed this up myself before the first few times making these. If you think you put way too much on... well honestly you probably nailed it ;-) After seasoning let the steaks sit for about an hour.
Foil up either a plate or pan for use later!
Put one teaspoon of oil on the pan... I used olive oil but veggie oil will also get the job done! Then open all windows in your house because it might get a little smokey ;-) and preheat you skillet until you think the pan can't heat anymore then throw on those steaks. Cook for two minutes on each side.
take off of stove and put the skillet in the preheated oven. Leave the steaks in for about 3-5 minutes. I usually leave mine in for about 4 minutes and it will make a medium rare steak.
please do not skip this step! a lot of people like to dig right in after taking out of oven... but this step will make or break your steak if you ask me! take the steaks out of the oven and let them sit on the tin foil for 5-7 minutes. this will give your steaks time to have all the juices settle ect ;-)
my favor part!!! dig in and enjoy ❤
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10/6/2014 05:04:15 pm
Oh man, you're making me hungry! And that delicious butter on top! With this method and how thick your steaks were, how were they cooked when you cut into them? We usually go for medium. Thanks!
10/7/2014 01:53:24 am
Yummmm! Loving your post and blog!
10/7/2014 04:07:49 am
Thank you for sharing this! I've never been able to do a steak well. Pinning!
10/7/2014 05:13:52 am
Wow, those look amazing. I usually end up with charcoal or black and blue steaks, I will definitely have to try this Friday night.
10/7/2014 08:46:13 am
This looks absolutely yummy! I am so hungry now. May try this for dinner :)
10/7/2014 10:12:52 am
Thanks for sharing! I love a medium rare steak but we never have it because my husband doesn't like steak! Crazy, right?! He just doesn't get why it's such a big deal. Because it's delicious, that's why!! I'm going to have to try this, even if it's just for myself. I deserve it!
11/11/2014 10:07:01 pm
A good cast iron skillet makes all the difference in my opinion. Your steak sounds SO good.
11/11/2014 10:54:03 pm
This steak sounds wonderful. I love cooking with my cast iron skillet but have never done a steak. You have inspired me!
11/12/2014 12:25:57 am
This steak sounds delicious. I have a man in my house who would love this for dinner.
11/12/2014 03:19:28 am
I love steaks. This is much easier to do than grilling it. I like my steak in between medium rare and well done.
11/12/2014 05:16:13 am
I love steak, but I don't use this grill. Looks like I will be buying a cast iron skillet.
11/12/2014 06:09:45 am
I have not had a steak for a while, that is a good way to make them.
11/12/2014 06:10:36 am
This looks sooooo yummy! I'm drooling.
11/12/2014 07:43:51 am
Wow this looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing! Making me hungry now ;)
11/12/2014 07:49:42 am
Steak is my absolutely favorite! This is making my mouth water!
11/12/2014 09:21:31 am
I have a cast iron skillet. Looks like I have something else to use that baby for now. ;)
11/12/2014 11:19:10 am
This looks so yummy! I shouldn't have looked while I'm hungry!
11/12/2014 11:47:39 am
The steak looks absolutely delicious. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
11/12/2014 01:37:40 pm
I am a meat gal, love steaks. These steaks look amazing!
11/12/2014 05:09:40 pm
Thank you for the recipe! I need to bookmark this! :)
11/12/2014 05:41:59 pm
Oh! Gonna love that. That is so good!
11/12/2014 06:50:06 pm
Eating steak is the ultimate treat. Love this recipe.
11/12/2014 10:57:11 pm
One of my favorite stations to work at in restaurants is the grill :)
11/13/2014 08:33:08 am
Yummm! I love a grilled steak. I make it at home like this in a cast iron grill pan all the time.
11/13/2014 09:19:45 am
This looks like a great way to enjoy steak when you can not grill. I will have to try this method. It looks delicious.
11/13/2014 10:47:28 am
I LOVE a good steak and this one looks so yummy. I have never tried frying it on the stove and usually use a broiler but I will def have to try this out!
11/13/2014 11:07:50 am
This sounds and looks so amazing, I'll def write down this recipe!
11/14/2014 05:14:18 am
These are great tips. its 12 degrees here in Iowa. Don't think I will be turning on my grill anytime soon!
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