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Try The 2-Pan Method For Steak That's Juicy And Perfectly-Crusted
To cook the perfect steak on a stovetop, try the two-pan method, a culinary technique that ensures a mouthwatering sear on the outside while preserving the juiciness within.
Start by preheating one pan over high heat until it gets very hot. This searing pan is your ticket to locking in the steak's juices and creating a flavorful crust.
Carefully place your seasoned steak onto the hot surface, and let it sizzle. The initial sear is quick — just enough to develop a beautiful caramelized exterior.
Then, transfer the steak to a second pan that's heated over a low flame. This gentle heat ensures the steak continues cooking to the desired doneness without risking overcooking.