When you think of blue steak, the only images that come to mind are either a toy or a minced steak. Depending on where you come from (ie, your culinary upbringing), this could be considered a disappointment. But what you probably do not know about blue steak is how versatile it is as an accompaniment. In fact, nothing can go wrong with this color more than trying to make it at home!
If you have the right ingredients and techniques, blue rare steak is one of the most enjoyable pieces of beef to cook. It has a strong beef flavor that is ideal for when you want something very simple but still uplifting. And because it is often combined with rich sauces and sauces, it is also a great accompaniment to any meal.
What is blue steak?
Blue steak is a piece of meat that comes from brisket or ribeye. It is a type of primitive cut and can be found in both male and female animals. The sirloin is the largest piece while the ribeye is the smallest piece. The sirloin comes from the ribs of the animal, while the ribeye comes from the hip area. Most of the time, the sirloin is the cut you will see in the steakhouse menus. But the choice of the piece you will use is up to you, as there are many different types and cuts of sirloin.
When buying a steak, look for a color that is between brunette and red. If you want your steak to be redder, you can always buy a whole ribeye and remove the pendant, which is what is used to score the steak and give it its characteristic red color. Blue is the rarest of all, with a rare steak having an almost white color and having a relatively high price. That said, you can find great blue rare steaks at home if you know where to look.
How to make blue rare steak
There are many different ways to make a rare blue steak, including roasting, grilling, baking, and even making a stir-fry out of it. But the method that I find to be the most flexible and effective is to make a steakhouse-style steak using a cast iron skillet or a Norwegian skillet. This cooking method allows you to control the amount of juices released during the cooking process and creates a medium rare steak that is extremely tasty.
To make a steak-style steak, you will first want to choose which pieces of beef you want to use. You can either buy an entire steak from a butcher shop or even order a steak from a local steakhouse and cut it for you. However, if you want to make your own rum, you can use any pieces of beef (or pork) you like. If you want your steak to be redder, you can always remove the pendant, which is the part that is visible when the steak is cut, and use these juices to make a rich beef bourguignon. Rounding the cut with a little mustard powder and red wine vinegar gives your steak the perfect taste.
The best way to make blue rare steak
As I mentioned above, there are many different ways to make a rare blue steak. But the way I make it is in a cast iron pan or in a Norwegian pan, which are both extremely flexible pieces of equipment. The key to making a rare blue steak at home is to use a high quality steak that has been cut into individual portions. You can avoid buying a cheaper piece of meat if you buy it in bulk, but the meat I am talking about here has individual cells that have been cut into pieces, giving it a uniform texture and more flavor.