How To Cook Pan Fried Steak

Not everyone has a kitchen outfitted with all the latest trendy one-function gadgets. However, every kitchen does have the best multi-purpose tool around: the frying pan. That humble piece of cookware can even be used for the most luxurious of meals, including steak. Learning to cook a pan-fried steak will give you the ability to wow guests and whip up an exceptionally delicious dish in a way you might not expect. Forget the grill! Right in the kitchen, on your range, you can cook a steak to your desired doneness – all you need is a quick cooking lesson. In this video, Chef Mike will show you how to make the ideal pan-fried steak in just a few steps. For more great cooking demonstration videos, subscribe to the LearnToCookOnline YouTube channel.

Pan Fried Steak Recipe

7- oz. Kansas City strip loin steak (bone in)
Sea Salt
2 tbsp coconut oil or clarified butter
1 large sprig of fresh rosemary
1 clove of garlic unpeeled.
½ cup ancho chili or beef stock
2-oz red wine
1/8 tsp freshly ground black pepper

1. Bring steak to room temp. Season the steak well with salt on both sides. Place skillet over medium heat and allow to get hot.
2. Add oil or butter and brown while turning steak over on all sides regularly to get an even brown color. Add garlic and rosemary after somewhat browned, baste constantly.
3. When browned remove steak to warming plate.
4. Remove some of the grease in the pan, and then add stock and wine allow simmering, adding black pepper, then taste to adjust seasoning.
5. Plate steak and pour sauce over all.

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