Now, sirloin steak with pictures.
The preparation of the steak is the same as in the previous post, accept this time I didn’t slice it into thin slices and I used rosemary instead of thyme, but otherwise the instructions are just the same:
I must admit that my Grandma makes the best steaks in skillet, she uses the fillet part and buys it from a good fresh butchery shop. If you want to make great steaks you need good meat and a good skillet (or grill).
This steak also came out delicious, and I did promise you some pictures, so…
The sirloin waiting to be cooked, with rosemary and grounded black pepper on top:
The sirloin on the skillet:
Here are some more useful (though a bit different) instructions for preparing the perfect steak at home: http://bbq.about.com/od/steaks/ss/aa071507a.htm
And here is some advice for taking care of your cast iron skillet: http://whatscookingamerica.net/Information/CastIronPans.htm
(don’t be put off by this, it’s not as complicated as it sounds.)
Until the next try in the quest for the perfect homemade steak,