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User avatar #5 - manueldomingues ONLINE (09/06/2013) [-]
Noob here, i think you´re going to facepalm hard for this question but, wouldn´t leaving the steak at rest (the said minimum 5min) make it a little cold? If so, do you eat it like that or warm it up with god knows what?
User avatar #6 to #5 - jaysnk (09/06/2013) [-]
i usually let it rest on the pan i used and cover it with something so it doesnt loose heat
User avatar #7 to #6 - revanmal (09/06/2013) [-]
Exactly. Some aluminum foil over top will prevent heat loss.
#4 - blainthebrave (09/06/2013) [-]
Made a porterhouse just like this yesterday. Best mother ******* steak of my life. Took a piece to work today to have my co-worker try some. He is a 60 year old meat eating son of a bitch. Mother ****** wanted to give me money to make him more of that **** . Made another one of these today with a top sirloin. Grew a full ******* beard and came in my pants at the first bite.
User avatar #2 - notapeopleperson (09/05/2013) [-]
In my experience, adding salt to meat meat before you cook it will absolutely **** it up. The salt sucks out the moisture. Thoughts?
#3 to #2 - trollchildxy (09/06/2013) [-]
Adding too much salt maybe, but adding kosher salt to the outside of meat will only do one thing. Dry out the outside "skin". Now you may be thinking that drying out that portion is still "Drying out the steak"

Sure but have you ever thought about getting a good sear on your steak?

If you don't dry the outside of your meat just a bit (by salting it before grilling.) then it will take much longer and require much higher heats to sear the outside of your steak. What will this do to your steak? Look at the picture.

Searing the outside of a steak is so important because if you don't then the juices(blood&such) just leak out and the steak will dry up. So salt it, and if you're worried about "drying it out" then let it rest for that 40 minutes, and salt/season it only 10 minutes before you cook it. I personally prefer to salt/season it immediately but that's just me.
User avatar #1 - redknull ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
******* hell that looks delicious.
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