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SparrowIcon...22-11-2020 @ 20:46 
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always lookIng for the extra UT2 work.
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Rick said:[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/2tRlD9R.jpg[/IMG]


How do you cook a steak like that, Rick?

I love it when it is a bit crispy on the outside and lovely and soft on the inside. Looks perfect.
RickIcon...22-11-2020 @ 22:27 
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Full method: the night before, take your steak out of the packaging, salt it generously on both sides, and stick it in the fridge overnight, uncovered.

An hour before, get the steak out and leave it on the side.

You want a big solid well-seasoned cast iron pan. Or stainless, but I prefer cast iron for this. NOT a non-stick, they can't get hot enough. Stick it on full whack for a fair old while, you won't hurt it.

Oil both sides of the steak lightly, pop it in, press and weigh it down (I have a steak weight somewhere but generally just use a couple of solid potato peelers. Ninety seconds to two minutes screaming hot each side, then one minute held on the fat edge to render it. Put it on some foil. Turn the pan down, knob of butter will sizzle and melt, pour over the steak, wrap loosely in the foil (single layer). Leave at least five minutes - you can now be making a sauce in the pan Happy.
SparrowIcon...22-11-2020 @ 22:43 
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always lookIng for the extra UT2 work.
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Thanks for the thorough reply.

I think I can manage that... Iíll need to buy a decent pan though.

Iíll let you know how it goes.
RickIcon...23-11-2020 @ 11:20 
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/KICHLY-Pre-Seasoned-Skillet-Frying-10-25/d...

Something like that would be my recommendation, personally.

You can get an ok result in non-stick, just about, but not close to as good. A big heavy cast iron is absolutely the way to go for searing meats.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...24-11-2020 @ 09:10 
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Rick is correct, a cast iron pan is the best for getting a superb sear on a steak. Just ensure you look after it, and it will last a life time.

Also, be prepared for some smoke when you do it haha.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...24-11-2020 @ 09:10 
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Last night was some pan fried chicken thighs that had to be used, and some roast potato's in chicken jus.
RickIcon...24-11-2020 @ 10:50 
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The_Lone_Wolf said:.

Also, be prepared for some smoke when you do it haha.


I open a window and put a desk fan in it facing out, as well as the extractor on full Happy
billynomatesIcon...24-11-2020 @ 16:34 
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This thread is so arousing, I'm drooling just flicking through it.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...25-11-2020 @ 09:36 
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Last night was buttery mash, sausages and onion gravy, with a side of leftover chicken...
Funky_monkeyIcon...26-11-2020 @ 09:41 
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What has he become ? (a fat cunt)
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My gran sauteed broad beans with onions and tomatoes. Hardly filling after training, so i ordered (and demolished) a large pizza with all the toppings, plus a better version of Fanta.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...30-11-2020 @ 09:00 
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Funky_monkey said:My gran sauteed broad beans with onions and tomatoes. Hardly filling after training, so i ordered (and demolished) a large pizza with all the toppings, plus a better version of Fanta.



I applaud your work, because it is the sort of thing I do.
The_Lone_WolfIcon...30-11-2020 @ 09:01 
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Sunday roast yesterday, with a lovely roast pork loin, roast potato's, veg and gravy.

Pudding was multiple icing topped mince pies. Splendid.
RickIcon...30-11-2020 @ 22:03 
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Cooked for my bubble.

https://i.imgur.com/GVVjthW.jpg

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