Top Hidden Secrets of A Steakhouse Chef

by Ravi Kalidindi Australia's Online Author

Do you love that brown glaze on your medium-rare steak? Are you one of those who wonder how chefs cook the perfect steak every time? Knowing a few top secrets and tricks of professional chefs will make cooking the tastiest steak at home easier.

In this blog, we have listed some of the top hidden secrets of chefs from the best steak restaurant in Brisbane CBD -

#1 Steaks have Different Depth 

You will be surprised to know that steaks are different in density. Some are thick, while some are thin, depending on different cooking temperatures. While smaller cuts will cook to well-done temperatures more quickly than thicker cuts, thicker steaks are considerably easier to cook than medium rare.

#2 The Magic Lies in the Butter

The steak at steakhouses tastes best because of the butter. A little brownie point here- it’s the magic of compound butter! To give the steak a glossy sheen and a rich finish, even items not served with a pat of butter are probably drenched in clarified butter. If you’re looking for ‘restaurants near me for a great steak, look for one that serves steak immersed in butter. 

#3 It’s All About the Salt

You must’ve seen how the famous Salt Bae got popular by sprinkling salt on steaks. Well, an equal application of salt applied to the steak enhances the meaty flavours of the meat. There can never be any complaints where the customers say there’s some extra salt in the meat. 

#4 Using High Heat Creates the Best Crust 

Whenever you search for the best steak restaurant near me, you will find the steakhouse booking steak on high heat. Wood-fired grills at restaurants have a maximum temperature of 700° F, and upscale steakhouses use infrared grills with a maximum temperature of 1,000° F. You can replicate the taste by cooking your steak on a charcoal grill. 

With these secrets, you can ace cooking a steak too! We got these secrets from chefs at steakhouses. It will help you to replicate a similar taste for your loved ones! 

Author’s Bio: The author is the owner of a steak restaurant in Brisbane CBD. The purpose of writing the article is to provide some helpful tips and secrets to lip-smacking steaks.

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About Ravi Kalidindi Junior   Australia's Online Author

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