Freeze-Fry Your Steak. You Heard Us

Did you know that you can freeze-fry your steak? You heard us. There’s a steak recipe you can try where you actually freeze-fry your top sirloin beef into a succulent steak that could well be the most delicious steak you’ve ever tasted. If you have the time and the inclination, this is one of the best steak dinner recipes you can find on the web, simply because, if you do it properly, it cooks the steak perfectly, inside and out. After trying this steak recipe, it’s very possible that you’ll never want to eat any other kind of steak again.

We often hear that steak is high in cholesterol and that we should avoid red meats in general, but this isn’t always the case. When considering the nutritional benefits of a lean cut of top sirloin steak, keep in mind that it is very high in protein, iron, selenium, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, and zinc. A prime cut of steak can also be high in niacin and phosphorous. For many people, a healthy steak every once in a while can be very beneficial for the health, especially if it is cooked properly. If you are not vegan or vegetarian and find you need a little red meat once in a while, especially for its high iron and protein content, then a healthy, lean steak – in moderation - can be very good for you. For optimum nutritional results, however, please be sure that you are using fresh organic beef for this steak recipe. The best way to cook a healthy organic steak is to ensure that its surface is browned and caramelized evenly, and that it is neither too raw nor too well done. It also helps if your steak is so tender that it melts in your mouth. As digestion always begins in the mouth, this is a good way to know that your steak will be much easier to metabolize, and you will get the highest possible nutritional benefits from it. This delicious freeze-fry steak recipe will help you achieve exactly this consistency so that your lean, organic steak cutlet will literally dissolve as you bite into it.

This wonderful freeze-fry steak recipe comes from the “Bon Appétit” website, where you can find many more delicious cooking recipes just like it. Bon Appétit specializes in food and restaurant culture as well as travel, entertaining, and style. If you are looking for a particular kind of recipe, you will be able to find it here. Clair Saffitz from Bon Appétit actually discovered this unconventional steak recipe over at the “Ideas in Food” blog. She and members of the Bon Appétit team tried it out and enjoyed it so much, they asked to do a story on it. Once they were granted permission, they published their own version of the recipe. This is what they do over at Bon Appétit – they either come up with tasty original recipes of their own, or they find yummy cooking recipes from other sources, modify them to make them even better, then share them on their website. This is how they are able to publish so many mouth-watering breakfast recipes, appetizer recipes, lunch recipes, snack recipes, dinner recipes, beverage recipes, and dessert recipes. They seem to have unlimited resources for quick recipes, holiday recipes, family meal recipes, chicken recipes, steak recipes, healthy recipes, and vegetarian recipes. At Bon Appétit, they even have a very useful “Test Kitchen” where you can learn helpful tricks, tips, and how-to advice on different cooking methods, tools, and ingredients. You can also learn from other people’s cooking mistakes, so you don’t have to make your own. And so, if you are searching for the perfect food and recipe website, you might want to pay Bon Appétit a visit.*

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