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Dry Aged Steaks

In this Meat America episode, we’re visiting 6S Steakhouse in Wichita to learn how to cook steak house quality steaks. We’ll learn about some of the differences between wet aged steaks and dry aged steak. Chef Omar Bernal will show us how to cook steak like a pro right at home!

Chef Omar shares professional tips for how to dry age steaks, how to season and cook wet aged & dry aged Steaks. He also shares his from-scratch steakhouse sides.

Dry Aged Steak Recipe

  1. Start with a quality cut of beef.
  2. Let your steak rest prior to cooking.
  3. Season your steak.
  4. Sear the steak on the grill, flip and repeat.
  5. Use indirect heat to finish the cook.
  6. Marinade with compound butter as it cooks and again after it cooks.
  7. Once it reaches the desired doneness, let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes.

Tips From Chef Omar Bernal

You can never go wrong with an instant read thermometer!

dry aged steak
Dry Aged Steak

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  1. Let your steak rest and reach room temperature prior to cooking.
  2. Liberally season your steak with your preferred steak seasoning.
  3. Sear the steak on the grill Flip. Sear the other side.
  4. Use indirect heat to finish the cook until it reaches your preferred degree of doneness.
  5. Marinade steak in compound butter as it cooks.
  6. Once your steak reaches your preferred degree of doneness, pull it off the heat.
  7. Marinade again with compound butter.
  8. Let steak rest for 5 to 10 minutes.

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