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Cook like the Pros: Make steak with the Angus Barn
Angus Barn chef Scott James shows us how to make a perfect steak!
wrl dot coms Cook like the pros, is presented by US Foods and the N C. Department of Agriculture. Hello there. Welcome, everyone to WR Ailes Digital Siri's cook like the pros. My name is Chad Blackwelder. Work with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Do food service marketing. We're really excited to be parting again with the U S. Foodservice and WRL to bring you guys this Siri's we're gonna be featuring North Carolina chefs cooking with North Carolina products. We heard that you enjoy the Siri's everybody doing today way. Just wanted to talk about these moaning. Revise that for someone in our country for 22 ounce Got the bone on its way. Got a nice fat content. Got a nice, nice beautiful pieces State your grocery store. I would pull them about 12 hours before out of your freezer and put him in the refrigerator will be ready to go then. Or you could run him under some water to kind of expedite the process. But today we're gonna cooking past that. I just wanted to show you guys versatility, searing this, but they're also great things like shallow frying, baking, corn bread, making cobblers all of those things. We're just gonna a little bit of rub on the steak today We're gonna We're gonna give a nice here along this beautiful rib eye Give it a rub shine So never we got reports Blend dried porcini mushroom and toasted black peppercorn We're gonna get a real earthy flavor from it With nice rub on that you can see it's gonna form a solid crust on their stupid It's not ripping hot, but I'm gonna say it's a medium high heat. You see some smoke coming off way rubbed it down with some oil while good kind of seasoned it. We're getting ready to have some neutral will for the seer. You can see it rippling. You see the ripples in there You got a rib eye steak, that nice porcini rub on it right there on that hot. See that smoke? We're gonna get a sear on their form. This cross make it beautiful early. Right over that plan. This is a large cast iron skillet. Years might be a little bit smaller home. You have a bigger one. It's more than fine. Set it on your grill and heat it up that way. You can cook right off of it in your in your grill in your backyard. Some electric stoves. You don't want to use cast iron on. So grill is a great option to put the cast iron on its Well, do a little bit of butter in here. Browning going on. Add the butter way. Want the state to start to get some browning on it? Wonder Crust formed from the 14 way. Got a nice, nice process right there that we're gonna get that just about 30 more seconds. You can see we are beautiful back there in that water. That's that state's gonna probably need another been and 1/2 on that side. We're gonna pop it in the oven. I got some beautiful little containers that we're gonna add to the other side of this. We're gonna roast all in the oven at the same time. That would be the equivalent of putting your staying car closing the lid on your grill if you were using your cast iron on your grill. Pretty roasted mushrooms found in red wine and butter. Nice plays on him. It's gonna be our garnish for a things Got a little balance to it beautiful crust. Got some containers that we roast it in there. With them is garnish a little bit of butter in the bottom. There, ready to get a little bit of butter that we with Lian parents With this your souls some chive and some roasted garlic right on top, melted down a little bit. Beautiful mushrooms that we cooked in red wine white cast iron sear Marchini and black pepper crusted bone in rib eye. Angus barn Get one.