Pan Roasting – Indoor
Bring the steaks to room temperature as described above and pat dry with a paper towel.
Preheat your oven to 375°F.
On the stovetop, heat an ovenproof frying pan or skillet (cast-iron is great) on high heat until the pan smokes slightly or a drop of water evaporates on contact.
Brush the steaks with olive oil and rub with coarse kosher or sea salt and freshly ground pepper.
When the pan is heated, lay the steaks carefully into the skillet to avoid splatters. Your vent or fan should be set on high because this method creates a fair amount of smoke as the steak is seared.
Sear the steaks for 2 to 3 minutes on each side.
After the steaks are seared, put the pan directly into the oven and roast the steaks to a desired doneness using the timing suggestions in the chart below.
Transfer the steaks to dinner plates or a platter, and let rest 5 minutes before slicing and serving.
Cooking Times & Tips
Perfect Steak Tips
Suggested total cooking times are estimated below for a preheated oven broiler. Red-hot charcoal may take less time.
Cooking times below include the initial searing time. Be sure to deduct the searing time from the total estimated cooking time to determine how long the steaks should be grilled, pan-seared, or pan-roasted.
Give filet mignon one minute less to cook than other steaks.
DO NOT OVERCOOK.
For best results, check the internal temperature for doneness with an instant-read thermometer a couple of minutes before the end of suggested cooking time.
Cooking Times: Indirect Heat
Steaks, burgers, and chops that are 1 inch or more in thickness are best cooked using a two-stage cooking method. Sear first over direct heat, then finish over indirect heat. Be sure to deduct the searing time from the total estimated cooking time to determine the finishing time.
Thickness 1 inch 1 1/4 inches 1 3/4 inches For each additional 1/4-inch
Rare (120-130°F) 8 min. 10 min. 12 min. Add 1 min.
Medium Rare (130-140°F) 10 min. 12 min. 14 min. Add 1 min.
Medium (140-150°F) 13 min. 15 min. 17 min. Add 1 min.
Medium Well (150-160°F) 18 min. 20 min. 22 min. Add 1 min.
Cooking Times: Direct Heat
Steaks, burgers, and chops that are 3/4-inch or less in thickness can be cooked in one stage over direct heat.
Desired Doneness Approximate Cooking Time
Rare (120-130°F) 2 minutes each side
Medium Rare (130-140°F) 3 minutes each side
Medium (140-150°F) 4 minutes each side
Medium Well (150-160°F) 5 minutes each side
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