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Thursday, 14 May 2009

To cook a really great New York strip meal, you will need the following-

1. A good grill pan
2. Olive oil
3. Steak sauce
4. New York strip steaks
5. A meat thermometer

This method is widely used by many top restaurants today. However, your desired level of doneness may be different and you may need to use a meat thermometer to cook your steaks to the proper level as desired. This method is based on cooking four, 8-10 ounce steaks to medium doneness.

Here are the steps to cook a great New York strip meal-

1. If frozen, set steaks out until they are at room temperature. Once they reach room temp, use a brush to lightly coat the steaks with the olive oil. I like to brush a little of the oil in the grill pan as well, but it's not necessary.

2. Heat grill pan to a high heat. If you sprinkle a drop of water in the pan and it sizzles, then it is ready for cooking.

3. Insert steaks into the grill pan and cook for 5-6 minutes.

4. At this time you will want to coat them with your steak sauce and cook them for an additional 5-6 minutes. The length of time is actually determined by the level of doneness you desire. Use your meat thermometer if you want a specific doneness. Cooking them 5-6 minutes should result in a great medium steak.

5. Prepare your side items. A baked potato, and salad with ranch dressing seem to make great sides for a New York strip meal.

Following the above steps should result in a really great New York strip meal.

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