pittsoccer33 wrote:wouldnt cooking in a pan with butter like that fill my kitchen with smoke?
this might be a dumb question, but what kind of pan? like what id make brownies in?
columbia wrote:My technique:
Heat up a cast iron pan in the oven at 500.
Sear the steak for about a minute per side on high heat and finish in the oven to your liking.
pittsoccer33 wrote:what about cast iron is better than my family dollar skillet? ill buy one if it will help
viva la ben wrote:Flipping the steak only once is key.
Froggy wrote:Please advise someone using a moderately nice 12" stainless frying pan on a $30 wal mart hot plate in a small basement apartment. Asking for a friend...
tifosi77 wrote:pittsoccer33 wrote:what about cast iron is better than my family dollar skillet? ill buy one if it will help
Nothing can take or hold on to heat better than cast iron. That means when you spend 20 minutes pre-heating your pan to over 400° F or more you won't lose much if any of that heat energy when you add your room temperature steak to the pan. That means quicker and more thorough searing. And that means more deliciousness.
Users browsing this forum: Mr. Colby and 8 guests