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We want you to feel as comfortable as satisfied purchasing the finest and freshest meats from us online as you’d experience at the front counter of our shop in New York City.
When you start with a great raw steak, any way you choose to do it, you’ll wind up with a great tasting cooked steak.
And great tasting steaks aren’t relegated to those cooked only on a grill.
Pan broiling is a two-stage method that uses your broiler for searing and finishing to your preferred degree of doneness.
Steaks cooked indoors take on a different personality. The unique flavor of cooking over an open flame is the realm of grilling. However, a steak seared in a hot pan develops an intensely flavorful caramelized crust that seals in juices that simply burst in your mouth with every bite.
And if you want more flavor, a simple prepared steak is a delicious blank canvas. Try adding a finishing or compound butter or a sauce to enhance the entire presentation to bold new heights or to a sublime nuance. You ll be amazed at how a simple steak preparation can take on any style or personality depending on the sauce or butter that serves as a finishing touch.
Any cut of steak or chop will work with the technique shown here. Then choose a sauce or compound butter that suits your fancy.
For a similar method that involves searing on the stovetop, see our How To: Pan-Roast a Steak tutorial.