Meat Recipes

How to Cook a Steak in the Oven



Omaha Steaks Executive Chef Karl Marsh shows you how to utilize your oven broiler to cook a steak when you’re unable to use a grill.

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  1. Tried this method, with some modifications, VERY satisfied with the results:

    I covered the steaks in olive oil, using salt and pepper as seasoning.

    I seared each steak for 30 seconds on each side in a stainless steel skillet (which itself was heated in the broiler for 20 minutes).

    I wanted my steaks to come out medium, so I cooked them for 8 minutes on one side, and 7 minutes on the other (I guesstimated they were about 1.25" in thickness).

    Once I removed the steaks I spread a pat of butter (Kerrygold's salted, if anyone cares) on them as they rested, covered in foil, for five minutes.

    The result was the perfect amount of pink in the middle, and tender, juicy steaks.

    Hope this helps someone.

  2. Hello I got one of them "cheap" electric ovens and when I broil the grease goes everywhere, then the fire alarm goes off. All I know is a rich man can eat a steak and a poor man can't. Now if I can fire up the Hibachi before it rains! I moved to Florida for the weather.

  3. I like to sear it first then put it in a convection oven for 10 minutes at 375. Comes out at 140 everytime and I let it rest for 5 min. I just don't like to see any pink or blood.

  4. My steak was quite thin like half inch, Tbh at first, I though omg it is not going to be cooked 🙂 how could it be cooked without searing 🙂 but after 4min started changing color and in the end 6 and 5 min each side it was so delicious.. Thank you !

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