As soon as the bacon grease has melted, swirl the pan to coat the bottom with grease.

I look forward each Monday to hear from you. Here’s the right way to reheat steak. Scrape the brown bits up & mix,put in at least quarter cup of Balsalmic Vinegar, stir & cook down umtil thick. Make sure not to crowd the pan.

… Place your steak on a plate or platter, then sprinkle it well with salt. Add garlic powder if desired. Be Blessed!!! I use kosher salt also. In total, the steak should be in the pan for less than 5 minutes, depending on your desired doneness. Place your steak on a plate or platter, then sprinkle it well with salt. Once you’ve mastered steak, try these other cast-iron skillet recipes. It also gives the meat time to absorb some of the salt. There is enough steak leftover for our supper; maybe on a sandwich or in a salad.

Oftentimes, the interior will end up overcooked. Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. Be Blessed!!! While you’re here, be sure to sign up for our totally FREE NEWSLETTER. It would certainly add to the flavor profile.

Let the steak rest for 10 minutes before cutting in. I'd love to hear your thoughts on how it went! Warm the oil until the surface just begins to shimmer (that's how we know it's hot enough to sear). Thank you for the suggestion and recipe. Winter rains are cold here too. Thank you for sharing your comments with us. . Be Blessed!!!

Years ago relatives from Iowa visited us when we lived in D.C. My parents took us all out to dinner.

1 Tablespoon Bacon Grease I hope you’ll stop by again… real soon. I do hope you’ll try our recipe for making some. Now days, I don’t get the chance to enjoy a steak over coals as often as I use to.

This resting period gives the meat time to come up to room temperature, which helps the steak cook more evenly. Also may have been coloring agent. (smile) Use a bit of branch water. Let the steak rest:  I like to leave the steak out for about 30-45 minutes so it can come up to room temperature before we toss it into the skillet. Medium = 160°F

Let the steaks cook for 2 minutes. I have cooked steaks in cast iron for years, I’m 65,so yes it’s a great way to cook a steak. Hi Jimmy, I’ll have to try your sauce suggestion next time I can afford a steak.

You’ll need these ingredients. Well Done = 170°F Remove to plate and let rest 5-10 minutes before serving. On this particular trip to celebrate my visit, they went down to the local butcher, and bought a beautiful thick T-Bone steak. Be Blessed!!! Be Blessed!!! I’m cooking a T-bone today, but you can do the same with other steaks just as easily. This will help it cook more evenly. Flip steak over. A reason may be that our families always had a coffee boiler on the stove and the liquid was available and hardly anything was ever wasted. Use your stove top and a big cast iron skillet. You can always lift the steak up to see how it’s cooking.


-Steve. If that's the case--props to you. My husband and I ran across a good deal on steak and bought a T-bone that will feed both of us with some leftover. ★☆ Keep enjoying those steaks, and be sure to stop by again… real soon. Few meals are more iconic than a hearty cast-iron steak dinner. Then pour it over your steak!

He owned his own grocery store, and would often cook up Ribeye steaks on his kettle grill for us. That’s right… bacon grease. This is some fine sopping with your garlic toast or gravy for your potato or grits. Just eyeball the spices, but make sure you use enough to form a nice crust. I hope you’ll do it today. Also those tender and sweet collards! Now I sear mine on the stove and finish it in the oven. It’s butter, so why not? Place skillet over Medium heat on stove top. I love steak but only eat it occasionally. I’ll have to try it your way.

Place steaks into the hot pan (it should sizzle). Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. Which is it? When cooking steak to your desired doneness, a meat thermometer is your best friend. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops. Don’t be afraid to check on it. I’ll take mine Medium-Rare please. It’s totally free, and super easy to sign up.

Just watch it closely so it doesn’t overcook more than the way you like it. Once you’ve mastered steak, try these other cast-iron skillet recipes. I hope you’ll stop by again… real soon.

Flip the steaks over, then let them cook another two minutes. The other key to a delicious steak is heat. This seems to be hot enough for me, but yours might need a bit more heat to get the skillet good and hot.

Steve, Try one of these steak rubs and marinades. Thank you for the time and effort you put into the newsletter and, especially the recipes. It will only take a minute or two for you to leave your comments in the section below.

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