Introduction: How to Make a Great Steak With Pan Dripping Gravy.
Have you ever gotten a well marbled beef steak and ruined it? If yes then you need to relearn how to make cook.
this is a simple recipe great for a week night meal or for a romantic night with your man or lady.
this dish can be plated to look very elegant or simple.
Step 1: Ingredient
Ingredients are as follows:
well marbled steak[rib eye(aka Scotch fillet or Spencer Steak), top sirloin,New York strip,or tri tip]
fresh ground pepper
course sea salt
red wine (not cooking wine!!!)or beer
Step 2: Lets Get Cookin'
first preheat oven to 350°f
clean the meat by rinsing off with water
pat the meat dry with paper towels
remove excess hardened fat from the outside
heat a frying pan without oil till drops of water "dances" around(if using a non-stick pan be careful if it gets to hot the non-stick coating will start to burn and release noxious fumes which possibly kill you so use an aluminum clad pan or cast iron pan).
take the steak and sear it till it's a medium brown in color in a pan about 2-3 minute a side. rub steak with salt,pepper,and rosemary every where
place steak in the baking dish pour enough wine or beer to cover one to four cm of the steak
cover with aluminum foil and put in the oven
cook until the internal temperature of the steak reaches 120°f to 135°f for rare to medium steak
Step 3: The Gravy
take the steak out of the baking dish and let it rest for 10-15 minutes
the gravy recipe
1:2 ratio of flour to Worcestershire sauce
cracked black pepper
strain the pan drippings into a sauce pan an add cracked black pepper
bring to a boil for 3-4 minutes or until reduced by 1/4
combine the flour and Worcestershire sauce and stir until smooth with a whisk
now pour the flour mixture into the drippings and whisk together until it has thickened .
season to taste
Step 4: Enjoy !!!!
plate the steak and pour the gravy over the steak and serve with mashed potatoes , roasted carrot&broccoli ,or make it french with french fries (aka steak frites). WINE PAIRINGS:Chianti,Red Bordeaux Wines,or Pinot Noir.
p.s this is my first instrutable so give me very detailed constructive criticism