A Seared Smothered Prime Sirloin short story by RS

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Retired Spook

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An HEB Prime Sirloin sectioned - Part A went into the freezer
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Part B got some Kosher salt and was allowed to rest on the counter for 1-hour.
Part B side A
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Part B side B
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Then a sprinkle of granulated garlic and freshly ground black pepper and into the Natfer Bourgeat 10-1/4 pan for a sear
Side A seared
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Side B seared, then flame lowered and 1/3 stick of unsalted Land-O-Lakes butter added to pan to finish cooking
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And, the doneness test - total perfection in my humble opinion
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Then, smothered with the caramelized onions I cooked prior to cooking the steak
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The End
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Man that was good!
 
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Looks great! I might have to eat lunch early now.
Only thing missing, for me anyway, is sautéed 'shrooms.
For my entire life I have loved mushrooms, but lately...

I think the meds the doctors have me on have been detrimental to my taste buds.
 
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Absolutely gorgeous....as usual. Perfect cook on that piece of meat and of course, I'm loving those onions. Doing those is a huge favorite of mine. Did an onion smothered steak Saturday I might just have to post up shortly :emoji_wink: Originally I had not planned to post it but after seeing this...well, maybe my thought process is changing.

Robert
 
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Absolutely gorgeous....as usual. Perfect cook on that piece of meat and of course, I'm loving those onions. Doing those is a huge favorite of mine. Did an onion smothered steak Saturday I might just have to post up shortly :emoji_wink: Originally I had not planned to post it but after seeing this...well, maybe my thought process is changing.

Robert
Thank you Sir Robert!

It was/is just too danged hot to cook outdoors.
 
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