Quick steak dish

In the rush of modern life, the idea of creating a gourmet meal in mere minutes may seem like a culinary fantasy, yet the concept of elevating a basic steak to a remarkable delicacy in just minutes is both fascinating and achievable. Through a careful combination of essential seasoning, optimal cooking temperatures for that ideal medium-rare finish, and masterful searing techniques, anyone can transform an ordinary steak into a dish that competes with the finest restaurant offerings, all from the comfort of their own kitchen. The key to this transformation lies not just in the cooking method, but also in the addition of homemade herb butter, a simple yet profound blend of fresh herbs, garlic, lemon juice, and seasoning that enriches the steak with layers of rich, complementary flavors.

This culinary venture proves that gourmet cooking is accessible, even for those pressed for time, emphasizing the pleasures and creative exploration possible in home cooking. Making the herb butter itself—a process that involves combining freshly chopped parsley and chives with garlic, lemon juice, and a touch of seasoning—is both an easy and rewarding task, culminating in a burst of flavors that perfectly marries with the steak's juices. This approach to quick, sophisticated cooking not only caters to the taste buds but also invites cooks of all levels to experience the joy of creating special moments and sensory delights in their own kitchens, affirming that exceptional meals can indeed be a part of our everyday lives.

Quick Steak Dish


- 250 grams Unsalted Butter
- Oil (to coat the pan)
- Black Pepper to Taste
- 2 Tablespoons Fresh parsley
- 2 teaspoon Fresh Chives
- 4 Cloves Garlic
- 2 Tablespoons Lemon Juice (1/2 lemon freshly squeezed)
- 2 teaspoon White pepper
- 1 teaspoon salt flakes
- Steak of your preference (preferably New York Steak)


1. Preheat your oven to 120°C.
2. Dice the butter. Chop parsley finely. Slice chives thinly. Mince garlic.
3. Combine butter, parsley, chives, garlic, lemon juice, white pepper, and salt in a bowl. Stir until mixed.
4. Roll the mixture in baking paper and refrigerate.
5. Season the steak with salt and pepper. Insert a thermometer.
6. Cook in the oven to desired doneness (57°C for medium rare).
7. Rest the steak, then pat dry.
8. Heat a pan and sear the steak on all sides.
9. Serve with a slice of the herb butter on top. Enjoy.

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