The Best Steaks That I Ever Cooked…

I recently partnered with a company called Coastal Cast Iron. The founder Mike is a cooking enthusiast with a professional background in metal finishing. He has spent the better part of the last decade inventing a special nonstick, easy clean coating that will hold up to the “rigor that a cast iron pan is expected to go through. Mike believes that there is no turning back after you cook with cast iron. “It just feels different and it feels like you are creating something special”. Costal Cast Iron sent me the most beautiful grey pan. It is so fabulous I do not want to even cook with it and get it dirty!!!! BUT then Mike sent me his EXCLUSIVE Best Steaks EVER recipe and I had to try it. The pan is incredible..The Filets were so easy to cook AND the clean up was even better. There is currently a promotion going on on the WEBSITE right now, 10% off your order with the code SUMMER10. How great is that??!!???? I will be working with Mike and Coastal Cast Iron from now until the rest of the year so stay tuned for even more fab recipes….

The Best Steaks That I Ever Cooked Recipe from Coastal Cast Iron:

Get filets, not too terribly thick. Maybe 1 1/4 inch. Season heavily with salt and pepper about an hour before you plan to cook.

Heat up your skillet to about 400 degrees and put in Avacado oil and let that heat up for a few seconds.

Put the steaks on and don’t touch for 4 minutes.

Add 4 tablespoons of butter, 4 smashed garlic cloves and 3-4 rosemary sprigs then flip the steaks.

Once butter is melted, tilt the pan and spoon the butter/garlic/rosemary over the steaks regularly.

Cook for about 4 minutes on the second side and remove from heat.

While your steaks are resting, but still super hot, we put a Gorgonzola compound butter on top and let it melt.

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