12 Dec Buy Steaks & Try these Porterhouse Grilling Techniques
Indulge your senses in the epitome of perfection with the illustrious Porterhouse steak. Renowned for its exquisite combination of two premium cuts—the tenderloin and strip—this steak offers a culinary experience that transcends the ordinary. This type of steak can be served whole or sliced, depending on how you are serving your meal.
This cut is visually pleasing and enhances the flavors as it cooks, resulting in a perfectly seared exterior and a juicy, succulent interior.
Ways To Cook Your Porterhouse Steaks
Grilling your porterhouse steak to the perfect temperature can vary depending on the cooking method. However, a good old-fashioned charcoal or gas grill is the most common. However, other methods include:
- Sous vide
- Reverse sear
- Smoking your steak
- Baking in the oven
- Cooking steaks on the stovetop
Steps For Cooking Your Steak
Before using a preferred cooking method, there are a few things you need to keep in mind, even before cooking your steaks. With this in mind, following these methods can make a perfect steak quickly. Prepare your steak by:
- Thawing your steak before cooking for about 30 – 40 minutes
- Season your steak with salt and pepper before cooking
- Check the degree of doneness before taking out your steak
- Let your steak rest for a minute or two before serving.
The Best Porterhouse Temperatures
It’s important to always check your desired doneness before removing your steak from your preferred cooking method. Therefore, here are some temperatures to keep in mind before serving your steak:
- Rare – 125 to 130 degrees °F
- Medium rare – 130 to 140 degrees °F
- Medium – 140 to 150 degrees °F
- Medium well – 150 to 160 degrees °F
- Well done – 160 degrees °F
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