pan seared strip steak

How to Pan Sear Strip Steak

Have you bought a high-quality strip steak and are now deciding what to do with it? We suggest using this delicious cut of beef to make a pan-seared strip steak dinner. Strip steak stays tender and juicy when seared quickly…

How to Pan Sear Picanha Steak

Picanha steak is cut from the top of the rump area, giving it an excellently blended texture with the right amount of chew and tenderness. The added fat cap covering the top of each picanha cut is an extra perk,…

pan seared skirt steak

How to Pan Sear Skirt Steak

Skirt steak is a long, thin cut of steak that comes from the plate section of a cow, which sits below the ribs. Although skirt steak is certainly not the most tender cut of beef, it’s exceptionally flavorful. The trick…

pan seared flat iron steak

How to Pan Sear Flat Iron Steak

Flat iron steak is long and thin, similar to flank and hangar steak. Therefore, it’s a good choice for pan searing because it cooks quickly without needing extra time in the oven. Flat iron steak is also an excellent option…

pan seared sirloin steak

How to Pan Sear Sirloin Steak

Give a steak a good sear, and its flavor increases ten-fold. That may not be the quote of any famous foodies, but it’s certainly the truth. Pan-seared sirloin steak is one of the tastiest proteins you can put on your…

ready to cook porterhouse steak

How to Pan Sear Porterhouse Steak

If you’ve ever tried a porterhouse steak, you probably already know that this massive cut of beef is one of the tastiest there is. However, its final result largely depends on how it was cooked. Overcooking it, for example, could…

pan seared flank steak

How to Pan Sear Flank Steak

Flank steak comes from meat that’s part of a cow’s abdominal muscle. That may not sound very appetizing for your palate, but the truth is that this cut yields lots of flavor, especially considering how budget-friendly it is compared to…

pan seared tbone steak

How to Pan Sear T-Bone Steak

Even if you’ve pan-seared other steak cuts, tackling the T-bone offers a new set of challenges. Because it’s technically two steak cuts in one and because it has a large bone running through its center, it cooks differently than other…

pan seared filet mignon served on platter

How to Pan Sear Filet Mignon

It’s tough to beat a filet mignon hot off the grill, but grilling steak isn’t always the easiest or most convenient option. Try pan-seared filet mignon instead when you want a home-cooked filet mignon without the fuss of firing up…

cooked ribeye steak

How to Cook Ribeye in a Pan

Learning how to cook ribeye in a pan is as easy as following four simple steps that deliver on texture and flavor. Whether you love bone-in or boneless ribeye, you can get a delicious ribeye steak seared to perfection in…

reverse seared flat iron steak

How to Reverse Sear Flat Iron Steak

Flat iron steak comes from the muscled shoulder area of a cow. Although this area gets a workout, the way a butcher cuts flat iron keeps it surprisingly tender. However, it’s still a relatively thin steak, so if you don’t…

reverse seared strip steak

How to Reverse Sear Strip Steak

Strip steak is a steakhouse staple, and it might even be a common addition to your favorite dinner recipes at home. But instead of grilling it or pan searing it, have you tried the reverse sear method? If not, continue…