We know what you guys must be thinking — "What's a leftover steak?" We get it! Most of the time if you're grilling up a steak, you're eating the whole damn thing. That being said, every so often your stomach just can't handle it. Rather than throwing it away or giving it to the dog, why not learn how to reheat steak like a champ?
Sure, it sounds like a culinary disaster in theory, but, as per the video below, you'll find it's more than possible to reheat a steak without completely destroying both the flavor and texture. You know that God-awful expression, "there's more than one way to skin a cat?" Yeah, well, erm, there's more than one way to reheat a cow. Man, we're going to vegan hell.
OK, so, in the event that guy spoke way too fast for y'all, we went ahead and listed some bullet points below for easy replication.
Preheat the over to 250 degrees.
Place the steaks in the over for 30 minutes on a wire-rack.
Wait until they're at 110 degrees at the center (this is for 1 1/2 inch thick steaks).
Take the steaks out of the oven and pat them dry with a paper towel.
Heat a couple of teaspoons of vegetable oil in a 10 inch skillet.
Make sure the skillet is on the highest heat setting.
Sear both sides of the steak for 60-90 seconds.
Let it rest and slice to serve.
As stated, they might not be as juicy as the original go-around, but they will have a nice crispy crust and we don't know about you guys, but that sounds perfectly delicious to us!
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