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Cooking A Steak In The Oven


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Steak & Ale Pie
Steak & Ale Pie
750g Braising Steak 2 - 3 onions 1 clove garlic 1 bay leaf Plain flour Puff Pastry or Shortcrust Pastry 2 - 4 rashers of smoked bacon 6 - 7 mushrooms Butter 500ml Dark Ale/Beer 250ml Beef Stock RECIPE The first step is to dice the steak into reasonable sized pieces. Whilst doing this, heat up the pan until it is very hot. It is important to get the pan hot, so that you can brown off the steak. Put seasoned plain flour into a dish and place each piece of steak into the flour, thoroughly coating all sides. Then add the pieces to the pan. It is really important to get lots of colour into the steak at this point as this is will help give the stew a lovely dark colour. Add salt and pepper as the steak browns. Once browned on both sides, remove the steak from the pan, and put aside. Next dice some smoked bacon and add to the pan with a touch more butter. Then add some sliced onions. We are looking to caramelised these down, so keep the pan on a high heat. To help caramelise the onions you can add a small sprinkle of caster sugar. Then add a chopped clove of garlic. Once the onions are caramelised you will see them turn soft and brown. Now you can add the remaining ingredients. Firstly add 6 or 7 large chopped button mushrooms. Next slowly pour in the Ale, allowing it to reduce down a bit before pouring in the beef stock. Finally place in the steak portions that were cooked earlier, making sure that they are covered by the stock. Finally add a bay leaf and cover the pan. Allow it to gently simmer for around 45 minutes to 1 hour. When you remove the lid you will see that the sauce has reduced and thickened and the mushrooms are wonderfully soft. The next thing is to place the beef and place it into your pie dish, followed by the spoon the sauce, mushrooms and onion. It is important to pile up the steak and vegetables, to ensure that the pastry lid doesn't sink when you put it on. You can either use shortcrust or puff pastry. If you are using ready made puff pastry, roll two layers together. Next, coat the rim of the pie dish with an egg wash to help the pastry stick, before finally placing the lid on the dish. Once you have placed the lid on the dish, crimp the edges with your thumbs and fingers to form a seal and stop the pastry shrinking during cooking. If you have any leftover pastry, you can add some decorative leaf features onto the top of the pie. Trim the excess pastry from the edge of the dish and coat the top of the pie in egg wash (Egg wash using 1 whole egg and one egg yoke, to give the pie a deep golden brown colour). Finally pierce a few whole in the lid of the pie with a knife to allow steam to escape from the pie. Bake the pie in the oven for about 25-30 minutes at 200 degrees C.
Peppered Garlic Basil Steak
Peppered Garlic Basil Steak
I've decided to start a food photography project in my spare time. It's my first year living in an apartment where I can cook for myself and I've gotta say, it's been a ton of fun! So for the days where I create something good and decide to take a picture of it, well that's what this set is for. _________________________________________________________ This is a steak marinade I've created combining a number of marinade recipes I've found online. I've made it with a sirloin steak twice now, both in the oven. I've discovered a great technique to grill steak in the oven - a wish come true for me, aka the kind of person who lives in an apartment without a barbecue - which I will tell you about at the end. Marinade - 1/3 cup soy sauce - 1/2 cup olive oil - 1/3 cup lemon juice from concentrate - 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce - 3 tablespoons dried basil - 1 1/2 tablespoons dried parsley - 1 teaspoon ground black pepper - 1/4 teaspoon chili powder - two cloves minced or grated garlic Mix everything in a bowl and then pour over your steak or other meat. Cover and place in the fridge for anywhere between 6-20 hours. (The steak tastes great at both.) How to Cook I found that the best way to cook steak in the oven involves a couple of steps and a bit of splatter, but it is well worth the taste. Keep in mind that the times will vary depending on the thickness of the steak, and how rare you like it. I like mine pretty close to well done. If you're not like me, you can maybe even skip the first three steps. 1. Preheat the oven to 500F. 2. Place steak in a pan on the bottom rack. 3. Bake between 8-10 minutes. 4. Turn on the broiler to high. 5. Take the steak out of the pan and place on the top rack. Keep the pan on the bottom rack to catch the juice. 6. Cook the steak for about 3 minutes per side, or until desired level of brownness is achieved. Serve with some potatoes, sour cream, green onions and a nice cold beer. I chose a local dark beer, Waterloo Dark. If you ever find yourself in Waterloo, Ontario, I highly recommend it!

cooking a steak in the oven
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