Cast-Iron Skillet Steak
Total TimePrep: 5 min. + standing Cook: 5 min.
- 1 tablespoon kosher salt, divided
- 1 beef NY strip or ribeye steak (1 pound), 1 inch thick
- Remove steak from refrigerator and sprinkle with 2 teaspoons salt; let stand 45-60 minutes.
- Preheat a cast-iron skillet over high heat until extremely hot, 4-5 minutes. Sprinkle remaining 1 teaspoon salt in bottom of skillet; pat beef dry with paper towels. Place steak into skillet and cook until steak is easily moved, 1-2 minutes; flip, placing steak in a different section of the skillet. Cook 30 seconds and then begin moving steak, occasionally pressing slightly to ensure even contact with skillet.
- Continue turning and flipping until cooked to desired degree of doneness (for medium-rare, a thermometer should read 135°; medium, 140°; medium-well, 145°), 1-2 minutes.
Nutrition Facts6 ounces cooked beef: 494 calories, 36g fat (15g saturated fat), 134mg cholesterol, 2983mg sodium, 0 carbohydrate (0 sugars, 0 fiber), 40g protein.
Feb 17, 2020
Good flavor with less salt is to put a slice of Kerry Gold Garlic and Herb butter on each side of the steak as you flip it. Really adds good flavor without all that salt
Jan 10, 2020
Cómo dijeste que puedes temprano por eso pregunto la hora que puedes el domingo para vernos
Jan 5, 2020
The video should have clued me into the many problems with this dish. First of all, any good steak needs to be salted and left in the fridge at least 24 hours not 45 minutes then raised to room temp before cooking. The next problem was the thickness of the steak which at that kind of cooking heat the steak will not be mid-rare which brings me to the major problem I had was the steak in the video wasn't cooked mid-rare it was mid to mid-well. So if the video shows us a medium to medium well steak how are we supposed to suspend reality to think ours will be mid-rare. The test to tell if somebody is insane is to do something over and over again and expecting different results each time. So if you want a great mid-rare steak cook less time or get a thicker steak (at least 2").
Dec 2, 2019
To the person who wondered if less salt can be used, YES, you can use less salt. When it's too rainy, cold, or just too dark out to use the grill, I cook steaks this way, but I probably use 1 teaspoon of salt instead of 1 tablespoon. A generous sprinkling of salt and pepper when I take the steak out to warm, and then another generous sprinkling of salt into the pan just before adding the steak (I think it helps keep the steak from sticking.)
Jun 4, 2019
Apr 6, 2019
DH cooked two Choice cut strip steaks using our cast iron skillet. He used some salt, but not as much as in the recipe. Instead he used dried herbs after turning the steak over. He put a small amount of butter in the pan while the steak was resting on a cutting board tented with foil and put in a sprig of fresh rosemary and some freshly cracked pepper. After the steak was sliced, he spooned on the herb butter. YUM!!! I must admit...it sure made a mess of my stove...but worth it!!!!!
Feb 26, 2019
This looks so good - and easy but,alas, both my husband and I absolutely couldn't have nearly 3,000 mg of salt in one serving. I would like to try fixing steak this way but wonder how you could get around the salt problem.