We’ll help you cook your steak to perfection.
Some people may think cooking grass-fed beef is difficult or much different than cooking conventional beef. In reality, it just takes a little extra TLC. We’ll give you some tips today to help you ensure you’re cooking your quality grass-fed beef to perfection every time. You’ll be the star of the kitchen in your home! For more recipes, visit our blog.
Tips for Cooking Grass-Fed Beef
Tip 1: Sear and bake. The sear and bake method is perfect for cooking grass-fed steaks like ribeye, top sirloin or New York strip cuts. Marinate and season first, then use a cast iron pan to cook your steak for three to four minutes on each side at a very high temperature. Then move to a 400-degree oven to continue cooking until the internal temperature is 125 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tip 2. Slow roast in the oven. This method works best for roasts like bottom round and beef tenderloin. This will ensure they come out juicy, delicious and fork-tender every time. Sear on the stovetop for two to three minutes on each side, then place your roast in a Dutch oven pot. Add your preferred cooking liquids and aromatics, then place in the oven for four to five hours at 300 degrees.
Tip 3. Slow cook to perfection. The previously mentioned roast cuts also work similarly in a slow cooker. Sear as previously mentioned, add the flavoring and liquids, then place in a slow cooker on low for six to eight hours. It’s that easy!
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Tip 4. Pan-fry on the stovetop. This tip works best for thin cuts like ground beef, shaved steak and stir fry steak. You can have a delicious meal in minutes with medium-high heat.
Ready to cook some steak? We hope you use some ideas from this post and can see that cooking grass-fed beef isn’t as daunting as it may seem. If you’re hungry and ready to buy, visit our website to get the ranch’s fresh beef, processed by Chop-N-Block.