In South Africa, there are five steak cuts we enjoy eating and they all taste incredible in their own way. They are the rump, sirloin, fillet, rib-eye and T-bone streaks. Today, we want to show you how to cook a T-bone steak just like a chef would in their restaurant. We love cooking streak on the braai in South Africa but using a hot pan and an oven is easier to control. You can control the heat and environment more and produce a the most tender and flavoursome steak of your life.
T-bone steak is known for that big bone right in the middle with the strip/sirloin steak on the one side and the small fillet on the other. The fillet is tender and you can easily toughen it up on the fire, making our cooking method a lot more friendly to that cut. At the same time, it tenderises the sirloin section of the steak making it even more tasty. You will only need to seer the beef on each side for a moment for that delicious caramelization and finish cooking it to the right temperature in the oven, covered in your butter and garlic sauce. Your Butter-basted T-Bone Steak goes great with your choice of roast veg, maybe some cream spinach or a baked potato.
Get the best flavour out of your perfect T-bone steak when you cover it in butter and garlic. Our Butter-basted T-Bone Steak is homemade restaurant goodness.
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