From the moment I saw his posts of impossibly perfect steaks on Instagram, I knew that this guy was a master. Steve (@keto_pek) and I have been Keto Bros on IG for a while. He’s a fantastic follow, and really is something of a Keto Community ambassador — he recently made a trip down the East Coast of the U.S., and visited loads of folks from the Keto Instagram community. When I half-jokingly told him that he should pay a visit to MY neck of the woods so that we could do a video together, he replied with “Are you serious? Because I’d love that!” And just like that, the wheels were in motion to do a video on REVERSE-SEARING, the process of slow-and-low steak baking, followed by a quick sear in a hot cast iron skillet.
Steve brought with him two steaks, a Ribeye and a NY Strip, and they both came out PERFECTLY, despite their very different thicknesses. Reverse-searing is a pretty foolproof method of preparing a steak (which is a good thing for yours truly).
I hope you like this one, guys, because it was an absolute blast to do. Steve is just as funny and charming IRL as he is on IG. If you’re reading this and NOT following him, I just don’t understand your life choices. 😀
Here are the tools of the man’s trade:
Hardcore Carnivore Black:
Polder Meat Thermometer:
Sheet Pan and Cooling Rack:
Cast Iron Skillet:
Silicone Hot Handle Holder:
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