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by Lenard Poulter
Author: Lenard Poulter
Publisher: Lenard's Pty Limited (September 2001)
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When the meat is cooked: -you can check it by looking through the cuts it shouldn't be too red but a little pink is fine. DON'T OVERCOOK YOUR MEAT it will ruin all the taste. Open the top of the pan and pour the excess water. Put the special butter sauce that you have prepared in Step 3 on the meat. I also put some fresh mint leaves. Put your caramelised onion on top or next to you PERFECT MEAT.
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How to cook perfect steak .
How to cook perfect steak. Season the steak with salt up to 2 hrs before, then with pepper just before cooking. Heat a heavy-based frying pan until very hot but not smoking. A cooked steak should rest at room temperature for at least five minutes and ideally around half the cooking time – it will stay warm for anything up to 10 minutes. Here, pure science comes into play – the fibres of the meat will reabsorb the free-running juices, resulting in a moist and tender steak. Discover a BBC Good Food Show near you. Book tickets now. On TV. See your favourite chefs on Sky Channel 133, BT 313 and find their recipes at goodfoodchannel.
During cooking, aim to cook your steak medium-rare to medium – any more and you’ll be left with a tough piece of meat. To make it even easier, follow these simple steps below. How to cook the perfect steak. Turning it every minute or so will make sure you get a really even cook. After cooking, leave it to rest and rub with a little extra virgin olive oil or butter for an incredible, juicy steak. Remember these tips, and you’ll get great results every time. Rub the steak all over with a good lug of olive oil and a good pinch of sea salt and black pepper