Pan Seared WAGYU Strip Steak Fillet

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- Hey everybody I'm Joey, and today we're cooking Wagyu strip steak in a cast iron skillet. And this steak is gonna change your life, so follow me, and let's turn up the tasty. ♪ This is how we get it done. ♪ ♪ This is how we do it, do it. ♪ ♪ This is how we get it done. ♪ All right, all right, today we're cooking dry-aged Wagyu strip steak, and it just does not get any better than this because Wagyu is the pinnacle of luxury. This is a strip steak which has been trimmed into a filet sized portion, also called the KC filet. Now just take a look at all this marbling right there. That's why we buy Wagyu, because it is where all the tasty hides, right there in the marbling, and Wagyu has more marbling than your average steak. It's truly what I call a gentleman's beef because it's some of the highest quality, premium steak available anywhere in the world. Look, I know I say it every single video, but be sure to let your steak rest prior to cooking it. It's the easiest part of cooking a steak. I suggest a minimum of 30 minutes, but this steak has been resting for well over an hour. All right, the first thing you need to do is get your pan nice and hot. Over a medium-high heat, about a seven out of ten. Next we're gonna season the steak using only kosher salt on both sides, that's it because this is such a high quality, premium beef, we only wanna use salt to bring out that natural beefy flavor. Then we flip it. Next, now that the steak is salted, we want to pick it up, and we're gonna use this fat cap here that's present on any strip steak, and we're just gonna rub it around the pan. This does two things. First, practically speaking, it helps seer the exterior of the steak. Second, the beef fat, also known as the tallow, helps provide a natural cooking oil for the steak. All right, now we're gonna drop it in, and we're gonna let this steak cook until it reaches an internal temperature of about 120 degrees, that's a rare temperature. We do not want to overcook this. No higher than a medium rare, and we're gonna flip it every single minute. No forks, no tongs, we're just gonna use a spatula and treat it real nice like. So that has been cooking for one minute, we just flipped it. And while this continues to cook, I just wanna take a moment to thank our friends at Wiens Wagyu for sending us this truly epic steak. They raise 100% full-blood Wagyu, which is certified by the American Wagyu Association. If you'd like to place an order, we've included a link to their site in the description below, as well as a promo code for 10% off your first order. It's an amazing company with incredible people and truly awesome Wagyu beef shipped from their farm right to your front door. We're gonna continue to cook and flip this every minute until it reaches that internal temperature of about 120 degrees. We'll be right back. So this will be our third flip. Also while this is cooking, I wanna mention that Wiens Wagyu sent us a lot of incredible steaks. We feature all of those in our box opening video which is also available on our channel, check it out. All right, so this has reached an internal temperature of 120 degrees which is rare, so I'm gonna remove it and let it rest for three to five minutes and lock in all that tasty meat nectar. You know, I know what some of you at home are wondering. Wagyu is so expensive, is it worth the price? And I say absolutely. Every red meat lover needs to try Wagyu beef at least once. Look, it's not your every day filet, but it's a great way to spoil yourself, and go ahead, you deserve it. So again, we're gonna be back in about three minutes after this rests. This steak has been resting now for five minutes, so let's cut it open and see how it looks. We're gonna cut this into about a quarter inch strips. First of all, look at that color right there. That's exactly what we're looking for. This is a rare to a very low medium rare. That's just perfect, exactly the outcome I wanted. Looks fantastic. All right, I can't wait to dig in, but before I do, I just wanna hold this up. I want you guys to see that. Look at all that amazing color right there. Let's see how it tastes. Wow. That's pure magic right there. That's absolutely incredible. You gotta give this a shot. Go out and buy some Wagyu beef, treat yourself. You'll be glad you did. Here at Red Meat Lover, our motto is cooking meat made easy, and that's just what we try to show you in every single video we produce. If you like our video, please give us a thumbs up like right below, or even better, subscribe to our YouTube channel for future updates. Look, we gotta ton of great, exciting content coming at you over the next 12 months. And look, even the common man deserves an uncommon steak every once in awhile. I'll see you next time.

Wagyu beef is what we call a “Gentleman’s Beef” because it’s some of the highest quality, premium steak available anywhere in the world. It might actually be unicorn meat? We don’t really know….and we can’t wait to find out!

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Pan Seared WAGYU Strip Steak Fillet
Pan Seared Wagyu strip
Course Dinner, Main Dish
Cuisine American
Keyword Beef, pan seared, Wagyu
Course Dinner, Main Dish
Cuisine American
Keyword Beef, pan seared, Wagyu
Pan Seared Wagyu strip

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