[Steak Reheat] Best Way To Reheat Steak - Easy, Quick And Tasty

Reheating steaks is a risky business since it's easier to overcook and ruin them in the process now our favorite way to cook steaks is to slowly warm them in the oven and then sear them in a really hot skillet. 

This method produces medium-rare meat from edge to edge with a well-browned crust we figured we try the same technique when it came to reheating steaks and found it worked pretty much just as well so here's how you do it.

Steps To Reheat Steaks

Step 1:- Preheat the oven to 250 degrees put your leftover steaks on a wire rack set in a rimmed baking sheet and keep them in the oven for about 30 minutes until they reach 110 degrees at their center 


Step 2:- Now our steaks are about 1 & a half inches thick but timing will vary depending on the thickness of yours so be sure to check them as they heat up.

Step 3:- Once they've reached 110 degrees take the steaks out of the oven and Pat them dry with a paper towel.

Step 4:- Couple teaspoons of vegetable oil in a 10-inch skillet over high heat until it starts to smoke so steaks on both sides until they're crisp and brown about 60 to 90 seconds per side. 

Step 5:- The steaks rest for 5 minutes before you serve them the reheated steaks will only be slightly less juicy than the freshly cooked ones and they're crushed should actually be crisper which is never a bad thing so take the extra time and heat up your steaks this way it'll be well worth it.


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