It’s a universal truth that all cooks have to know how to properly sear a steak. And yet only a few well-trained cooks know that properly searing a steak pays off dividends in the end. Our preferred cut of steak is the New York; also known as the strip steak, the club steak or the Kansas City, this particular cut of steak is flavorful and tender so there is no need to marinate. The dividend? When pan searing steaks, you can use the pan drippings to make a quick sauce. In the time it takes for the steaks to rest, you can make a delicious light pan sauce. It’s a benefit you should really take advantage and try.
Pan-Seared New York Steak with Red-Wine Pan Sauce
Serves 42 (10-ounce) New York strip steaks, cut 1-½ inches thick Kosher salt and finely ground black pepper
1-½ tablespoons clarified butter
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