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Living in the big city has it’s benefits and it’s drawbacks. Space is usually at a premium in the city so it’s not uncommon to have little or no outdoor space for a BBQ grill. When you’re in the mood for a thick, juicy grass-fed steak, take out the skillet, warm up the oven and get ready for this delicious recipe from John Schwint.

Try this quick and easy seasoned steak recipe on your cast iron skillet for big grass-fed flavor!

Recipe Author: John Schwint/Pivot2Table

US Wellness Meats Shopping List: Delmonico, Ribeye, or your favorite Grass-fed Steak

Tools: Cast Iron Skillet

 

seasoned steak

PHOTO CREDIT: John Schwint/Pivot2Table

Ingredients:

  • your choice of meat (this method works just as good for pork chops)
  • 2 dashes each of salt, garlic, black pepper and cumin
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • a few peels of a red onion and 2 cloves of garlic

 

Instructions For Indoor Seasoned Steak

  1. Pre-heat your oven to broil, if you don’t have a broiler, put it on 475.
  2. While the oven heats up, put the skillet on the stove top on med-high heat, add the olive oil and let it heat up for a minute.
  3. Season the steak liberally with all the spices. Once seasoned, add to the skillet and sear for 30 seconds on both sides. Remove from stove-top.
  4. From here, before throwing it into the broiler/oven I like to add two cloves of crushed garlic and a few scales of red onion around the outside of the pan. These are less for seasoning the meat, and more for eating with the steak once done. The onion crisps up just right and the crushed garlic, roasted in the steak juices and oil is something to certainly try.
  5. Broil for about 7-10 minutes. You have to check this frequently, depending on your cut of meat, the thinner it is the faster it will cook.

 

john schwintMeet The Chef

John Schwint is a past USWM Featured Chef and New York based accountant that loves to use cooking as a creative outlet. He lives in the heart of NYC, adapting his cooking style to his small kitchen space. John is always creating delicious new meals for family, friends and himself. You can find his recipes, tips and products on his blog, Pivot2Table, as well as Instagram and Facebook.

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