Cast-Iron Cowboy Steak
The best way to cook a thick, juicy bone-in steak restaurant-style without smoking up the house.
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Whether it's a special occasion or just a nice weeknight dinner, there's nothing quite as satisfying as cutting into a perfectly-cooked, restaurant-style steak at your own dinner table. The tricky part? Cooking that juicy, thick bone-in steak at home without creating a mess and smoking up the house.That's where our Cast Iron Cowboy Steak comes in. Using this recipe, you can learn how to cook a cowboy steak with sealed in flavor in a flash. A bone-in cowboy ribeye is great cut to cook in a cast iron skillet, and this recipe does just that. Start by heating up your skillet on the grill, and use your cast-iron skillet's surface flavors to add a better sear than your grill grates offer. With a few dashes of herbs and some slight skillet tilts, you'll cook up a cast iron steak with a proper steak house crust in no time.