How To Broil a Steak

 

 

 

Craving for perfectly cooked, delicious steak and do not have access to a grill? Well, broiling the steak may be the answer to your woes. While grilling, the heat is applied from the bottom.

In contrast to that the method of broiling meat ensures that the heat is applied from above. Although this is a longer process, this method of cooking steak has a number of benefits as opposed to grilling.

Consistent temperature, facility to cook indoors and no tension about the flame-ups caused by the grease dripping into the grill fire are some of the advantages of broiling your steak. Most people assume that they need big broiler pans for cooking steak. The good news is that it is easy to broil steak in your electric or gas oven just as easily. Here is a step by step guide on how to broil steak in an oven.

 

Difficulty Level

Moderate

Instructions

  • Select the appropriate steak for broiling. Medium thick steak which is well marbled and is a rich red color should work quite well for broiling. Place it in a refrigerator.
  • Before cooking the steak, you need to prep the steak well. Remove the steak from a refrigerator and keep it aside for fifteen to twenty minutes. Now rub the steak with some salt, pepper and olive oil. For added flavors, you can soak the steak in vinegar and soy sauce. Allow the steak to rest in the marinade for some time before cooking.
  • Prepare the oven for broiling the steak. You will need to preheat the oven and pan to a broil for around fifteen to twenty minutes. Place the oven rack so that it is around four to six inches from the oven’s heating element.
  • Now place the steak in the oven pan and put it into the oven to broil. The cooking time will range from three to fifteen minutes based on the thickness of the steak, oven used and the altitude of cooking. Once the steak is cooked from one side, flip it once and cook the other side.
  • Check the edges to find out if the steak is done. If the edges turn from being red to slightly brown then the steak is cooked well. You can also cut into the steak to find out if it is cooked. A well done steak will be brownish inside with brown juices while a medium cooked steak will be pink with clear juices. Remove from the oven and allow the steak to rest for some time before serving.
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    How To Broil a Steak

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    How To Broil a Steak
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