An Austin staple. If Austin is good at anything, it’s definitely tacos. Here we have the migas taco and the Democrat taco.
Estilo Jalisco. From Tacos Las Amazonas on South Congress in Austin.
Sunrise and two of my favorite foods.
I helped a friend and she gave me some steak in return. I’m not a big meat eater so I was worried I would ruin it. Well, watching YouTube cooking videos seems to have paid off. The steak ended up being so delicious that I didn’t even need to add any seasoning at the end of the cooking process. Here’s how I did it:
I thawed the frozen steak in the fridge for two days. Then I put the steak in a glass container and poured soy sauce on top and enough to also coat the bottom of the pain. Then I generously applied cumin, paprika, chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder and Tajin seasoning on both sides to taste. I covered the glass container with foil and put it in the fridge for about five hours.
Then I set the oven to 200F degrees. I then laid a wire rack on the top of a sheet pan. Then I put some olive oil on a paper towel and rubbed the olive oil onto the top of the wire rack. Then I put the steaks on the wire rack and put the pan in the oven.
I let the steaks cook 20 minutes before I flipped them. Then I let them cook another 20 minutes.
After I took the steaks out of the oven, I melted some real butter in a pan on the stovetop. I set the heat from medium-high to high. And I seared the steaks, only one or two at a time in the pan. I flipped the steaks about every minute or two until I started to see a dark crust forming.
Then I took the steaks off and put them on a plate to sit. After I finished searing the steaks, I put a pat of butter in the same pan and swirled it around, off the heat, until it melted. Then I tilted the pan and spooned the melted butter, minus the solids, onto the steaks on the plate.
I let the steaks sit for ten minutes on the plate before I cut into them. So delicious! No need for any seasonings or sauce. Not even salt or pepper. Success!