Mike's 10 Minute Thin T-Bone. Chefs Note: The steak pictured above is lacking a quick pan seared char by the diners request. All others had a healthy char. Serve with baked or mashed potatoes.
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Ingredients of Mike's 10 Minute Thin T-Bone
- Prepare of Steaks.
- You need 2 medium of Thin T-Bone Steaks [well marbled].
- You need of Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper.
- It’s of Vegetables.
- Prepare 2 large of White Onions [thick 1/2"+ round slices].
- It’s 1 of Portabella Mushrooms [cleaned & sliced 1/2" thick].
- You need 1 tsp of Each: Black Pepper – Garlic Powder – Onion Powder – Salt.
- It’s 2 tbsp of Salted Butter.
- You need 1/4 cup of High Heat Oil.
- You need of Garnish.
- You need of Dried Parsley.
- It’s of Kitchen Equipment.
- Prepare 1 large of Cast Iron Skillet.
- Prepare 1 of Tongs.
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Mike's 10 Minute Thin T-Bone step by step
- Warm steaks to room temperature. Do not puncture steaks to tenderize. Season with salt and ground black pepper..
- Heat your oil, butter and seasonings in your cast iron skillet. Add your thick sliced onions and fry for about 2 minutes on a higher heat. Don't cover and allow to steam or allow your onions to fry for too long. However, do allow your onions to char a bit on their edges. You'll want your onions slightly trasparent and somewhat crispy [or a snap] at serving..
- Add your thick sliced Portabella Mushrooms, mix well and fry for another minute or two. Your mushrooms will cook and absorb your pan seasonings VERY quickly – so concern yourself more with the crisp or snap of those onions. The second picture shown below is 1 minute in to its fry and stir time. Notice how the mushrooms are already almost limp, yet the onions still look as though they have some life [or chew] to them..
- Drain onions and mushrooms on quality, lint free paper towels..
- Fry your thin T-Bones on high [and I mean smokin' hot] in that same cast iron skillet and seasoned oil with a lid. Fry for 1 minute or less on each side for rare. Just a bit longer for medium rare and 2 minutes on each side for well done. Remember, these are thin steaks on a high heat. They fry fast! Also, try to put a slight char on your steaks by waiting the full 1 or 2 minutes to flip them. You can slightly lift the edges to peek for burning, but no more if you want that delicious char..
- Drain steaks on top of your cooked onions and mushrooms that are resting on your paper towels for a few minutes. After they sit, plate your steaks and pile your vegetables on top. Garnish with fresh or Dried Parsley. You can also pre-make and have on hand, my delicious, basic garlic butter to serve atop your hot steaks. This is always an appreciated option and this garlic butters shelf life – is darn near forever! You can also put this butter on baked potatoes..
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