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My name is Artem and I am a Pro when it comes to steak cooking.
If you find yourself reading this, then you want to learn http://engenhariaaeronautica.com.br/blog/rebites-entenda-de-uma-vez-sobre-esses-fixadores how to cook steak so it tastes juicy, feels tender and is delicious overall.
Right now you might be looking for the step-by-step cooking guidelines for whatever method you picked, so you can:
Download Cooking Guides in PDF (click to Download):
View Cooking Guides Online (click to view Online):
Even though my cooking guidelines have been tried and tested, they are only a part of the game.
So, if you want to REALLY nail the process and see http://emaevents.co.uk/conferences-workshops-seminars/ how to cook steak like a Pro, keep reading.
Sounds good? Let’s get going!
How to Cook Steak Like a Pro
http://alteredstate.ca/53731-advair-diskus-250 I’ve read hundreds of cookbooks. Most of those cookbooks don’t even tell you how to get a steak ready…
There are many problems people encounter while cooking perfect steak, but they can be divided into 3 main categories:
#1 Wrong Steak Cut
There is a reason why there are many different cooking methods – some steaks can only be cooked under direct heat (e.g. pan-sear), whereas others must be slow cooked.
People often confuse them around and…this is EXACTLY why their steaks end up being dry and impossible to chew.
#2 Wrong Tools
Improper cooking utensils make it impossible to approach steak cooking perfection.
For example, a cheap light skillet not only doesn’t brown steak surface properly, but releases a lot of poisonous chemicals which may have severe long-term health consequences.
You might have already experienced just that in your kitchen. Not something I want to have my friends and family to eat from.
#3 Wrong Method
And this is the big one – internet is full of steak experts copypasting/rewriting other people’s stuff.
These people are not Pro Steak Chefs…they are copywriters (and most of them are quite bad).
They don’t know how to cook steak and can’t answer your specific questions.
And this brings me to…
The SteakEat Method: The Way to Cook Steak to Perfection…Every Time
After cooking tons of steak (literally), I figured the way to make the cooking process as simple as it can be.
Not surprisingly it provides consistent results as well.
In other words, it’s impossible to screw up, if you follow all the instructions carefully.
How to Start Cooking Steak Like a Pro?
Everything starts with a steak, but…
Got the steak?
Follow these links for your specific steak type and see ALL the cooking techniques these steaks can be cooked with:
Southglenn N.B. Don’t be too meticulous regarding your cut’s name – it shouldn’t be a perfect match e.g. ‘chuck steak’ and ‘chuck eye steak’ are very similar.