Grilled Steaks?

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Broiler steaks are a quick and easy way to cook steaks in the oven, giving them a slightly grilled flavor. Good cuts of meat like T-bone or New York strip steaks are recommended, and seasoning or marinating is optional. Preheat the grill and place the steak under the broiler for 5-10 minutes on each side, checking the internal temperature with a meat thermometer. Rest the steak before serving.

Broiler steaks refer to a method of cooking steaks in the oven, under the broiler. It’s a great method for cooking steaks indoors that gives them that slightly grilled, charred flavor reminiscent of cooking outdoors. Not only that, but it’s a quick and easy method that typically takes less than fifteen minutes to prepare a perfectly cooked steak. To prepare delicious grilled steaks, you need to start with a good cut of meat; T-bone steaks or New York strip steaks are good choices. The steak shouldn’t be too thick or too thin; the former will take too long to cook and could dry out, while the latter will probably burn. A butcher can help when selecting a good steak for grilling.

You really don’t need to do anything to the steak before cooking it, although some people like to season it with pepper, onion and garlic, or even marinate it for a few hours in a dish in the fridge. Some will quickly sear a steak in a little oil before placing it under the broiler, but this isn’t really necessary to make flavorful, fully cooked grilled steaks. It’s really a matter of personal preference.

When grilling steaks, raise the upper rack to the highest position possible, with only a little space below the rack. Remember to preheat the grill for a few minutes and leave the oven door open as it gets very hot very quickly. Preheating the grill can also be a good way to get “grill lines” on both sides of the steak. Once that’s done, simply place the steak on the rack and place it under the broiler for five to ten minutes, depending on thickness; then take it out, flip it over and put it back in the same amount of time.

Broiled steaks are typically well done on the outside while remaining slightly rare and juicy on the inside. For a more well-done steak, leaving it under the broiler for an extended period of time is definitely an option, but this can make the steak feel dry. Be sure to check the internal temperature with a meat thermometer to verify that the meat is fully cooked. The steak may rest for a few minutes before being served to finish cooking, but it is ready to eat. Many people serve grilled steaks as a weekday meal because they are so quick and easy to prepare, as well as being delicious to eat.

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