Rinse your steaks thoroughly. Today I used thin sliced beef chuck, as I didn't want a heavy meal. This technique works for all cuts of steaks. It keeps the meat moist & cooks the seasons into it.
CUT THE FAT OFF!! There is nothing fantastic about an amazing steak with icky fat on the sides. It's not healthy for you & you want them to clean the plate. Clean up your meat
Season both sides with all spices (except bullion) before cooking.
In your 10-in pan, melt down your butter and pour in 1/2 cup of water. Add your bullion and chopped garlic. Mix thoroughly. Allow your meat to cook to your likeness. Note: raw meat can be harmful
Allow both sides to cook. This technique allows you to have juicy meat without compromising your health Adding water to your dishes not only makes it juicy, but can help to dilute over-seasoned foods
I've added: Rosemary Parmesan Potatoes & Broccoli
Want to learn how to make the Rosemary Parmesan Potatoes? Send me a request!
Enjoy your steak!
- Thin Sliced Beef Chuck
- 1.0part Garlic (1 part)
- 1.0tsp Season Salt
- 1.0Tbsp Beef bouillon
- 1.0c Water
- 10-inch pan
- Olive oil
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