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How Do I Cook Steak Without A Grill

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For those of you who haven’t been able to master the grill, for them, I am going to share how do I cook steak without a grill? Yes, you read that right! When steaks and grills go hand in hand, I found out my own way of cooking steak without a grill. And, if you are asking what replaces my grill, then, my answer to you is simple, it’s my old conventional oven. The grill seems too temperamental to me and I have never been very smart with the sudden flames, the arrangement of the rocks, the adjustment of the heat and the slow cooking process. I love cooking my steaks in the oven which looks, smells and tastes just as any grilled steak. So, if you are already finding yourself interested, then here go the tips and techniques on how do I cook steak without a grill –oven-cooked-steak
Things you require
For cooking steak without a grill you need oven, steak, marinade, and a cast iron skillet.
Instructions on cooking steak without a grill
Step 1
When you want to cook steak in the oven, it’s always good to opt for a thick steak. This is because, a thin steak can get overcooked easily. So, a steak that has a thickness of 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches and weighs within 12 and 16 ounces is good for cooking in the oven.
Step 2
The first step towards making your steak tender and well flavored is to marinade it with the spices at herbs at this stage. If you have been refrigerating your steak, take it out at least half an hour prior cooking and marinate it with a half cup of olive oil, 4 teaspoons of Grill Mates Montreal Steak Seasoning and 4 tablespoons of soy sauce. This measurement is perfect if you are cooking two medium sized steaks.
Step 3
While you steak is soaking in the marinade, prepare the skillet and oven. Heat up the oven and the skillet. To give your steak the grilled look, you have to sear it on the burner. This you can do by cooking each side of the steak for 4 to 5 minutes on a medium flame in a pan. Now, transfer your steak in the oven and cook it at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 to 30 minutes. Your steak is ready to eat!
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