Here I show how to cook round steak using different cooking methods.
Below you will find (scroll to see):
- How to Cook Round Steak on Stove Top
- How to Cook Round Steak on Stove & Finish It In Oven
- How to Cook Top/Eye Round Steak in Cast Iron Skillet Medium-Rare
- How to Slow Cook Round Steak in the Oven to Medium-Rare (or Medium)
- How to Sous Vide Bottom, Top or Eye Round Steak Easily
- How to Broil Round Steak in Electric Oven Medium-Rare
- How to Marinate
- Round Steak Cooking Times
- How to Tenderize Round Steak
- Marinade Recipes
How to make round steak even better?
Here are a couple of ideas I recommend you check out.
How to Marinate
This 5-minute guide will guide you through the marinating process, making it easy.It answers a couple of FAQs (e.g. how long marinated steak is good for in the fridge) and gives a couple useful ideas.
Round Steak Cooking Times
How long does it take to cook round steak in oven, on the grill or on stove?This ultimate guide to steak cooking times will help you get exactly what you are looking for, even if you don’t have a meat thermometer!
How to Tenderize Round Steak
Even before starting to prepare round steak in the oven or the stove top, you might consider tenderizing it, especially if the steak itself is big or you prefer softer meat.There are few ways of doing it – so tenderize round steak.
Quick and easy marinade ideas, which do the job.
How to Buy Quality Round Steak
Unlike other more expensive cuts of beef (e.g. rib eye), round steak is relatively leaner and chewier – it comes from the rare part of the animal, which ‘works out’ quite a lot during the lifetime of the cow.
This is why we recommend you look for a round steak that has been matured (a.k.a. dry-aged/hanged) for at least 14 days (try 21- and 28-day matured if you find them too).
Dry aging is the process of natural protein molecule decomposition, which occurs as a result of enzymatic action within the meat itself.In simple language – maturing softens meat and concentrates flavor (as a result of moisture evaporating).
This is just what we need with chewy and lean round steak.
We also recommend you go organic grass-fed.
Not only will you enjoy a better flavor, but you will also gain all the health benefits seen in wild game meat – higher nutrient density and better fatty acid profile (good for cardiovascular health).
Money saving tip: instead of ordering round steaks piece by piece, buy the entire roast (i.e. a larger piece of meat which they cut steaks from) and cut steaks yourself – it works out much cheaper!You can also try cow-pooling as an overall savings strategy.