Reverse Sear Steak

Simple Steps to Searing Success

Reverse Sear Steak: Juicy Perfection

Try the reverse sear method! This technique uses a low-temp oven roast followed by a high-heat sear for a juicy, flavorful steak cooked edge-to-edge.

Take your steak game to the next level!


Tired of dry steaks?

Tilted Brush Stroke

Best Cuts for  Reverse Sear Steak

Opt for well-marbled cuts like ribeye or New York strip. This fat melts during cooking, making your steak juicy and flavorful. Pick the right cut for a winning result!

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Season Like a Pro

Season with salt & pepper. Or add herbs or spices like rosemary, garlic, or paprika. Let it rest at room temperature for 30 minutes for maximum flavor. 

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Low and Slow

For a juicy, tender steak, ditch the high heat! Reverse sear uses a low oven (around 275°F) to slowly cook your steak.

Patience is key!

Medium Brush Stroke

The Searing Showdown

Heat your cast-iron skillet & add oil & garlic. Sear your steak for 1-2 minutes per side, then baste for extra flavor.

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Don't Slice Yet! Let Your Steak Rest

After searing, resist the urge to cut! The wait is worth it for a truly delicious steak!