Reverse Seared Steak

When cooking a steak at home, you want it to come out perfect. The Reverse Sear method is one way to accomplish the perfect steak. The steak is first cooked in a slow oven (200 or 250 degree F) with a probe thermometer and then seared at the end in a very hot pan. It is almost like a Sous Vide technique, but you do not need the sous vide equipment.

How to Reverse-Sear a Steak
Alton Brown Makes Reverse-Sear Filet Mignon (or Ribeye Filet)
How to Reverse Sear a Steak | Serious Eats

Picking a steak

Steak 101: How to choose a steak and cook it in a pan (no thermometer)
Steak | Basics with Babish

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