What’s your favorite way to grill steak?
If you’ve ever made a grilled steak for a crowd, you’ve probably tried the slow-cooked option.
The secret is in the use of a griddle, which helps to create the right amount of smoke.
While there are many ways to cook a steak, the easiest way to get the perfect smoke is to start by using a grill pan that’s at least three inches high and one inch deep.
With a pan like this, the heat from the grill will help the steak cook evenly throughout.
A second option is to use a convection grill, which allows you to use the heat of the fire to cook the steak at a much slower rate.
While these grill options are both convenient and delicious, it’s the combination of pan frying and a pan that provides the best steak smoke.
For a medium-rare steak, this combination can produce a rich, tender and flavorful smoke.
This technique works best when you heat the pan through the grill pan.
To make a medium rare steak, place the pan on a pan of simmering water and cook for about five minutes.
You want the meat to be tender and moist, but not to be overcooked.
While the pan is cooking, add the oil to the pan and heat until it reaches a deep-red color.
As the pan turns brown, add a little more water to help bring the oil back to a more even temperature.
The pan should be hot enough to sear the meat on all sides.
Remove the pan from the heat, and allow the meat (about an inch in diameter) to rest for about 10 minutes before slicing.
Serve with mashed potatoes and grilled onions, and you’re good to go.