Pan Seared Strip Steaks

"Only about 30 minutes total, serve with garlicky potatoes, and salad, and you have a delicious meal!"
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  • Coat steaks with vegetable oil, but shaking in plastic bag.
  • Season steaks with salt and pepper.
  • Place steaks in hot, large skillet (over medium high heat).
  • Sear steaks, 3 minutes per side, then reduce heat to medium.
  • Cook steaks until desired doneness, about 5 minutes for per side for medium.
  • Put steaks on serving platter and keep warm.
  • Stir flour into dripping left in pan and stir in beef broth.
  • Stirring continuously, cook until slightly thickened (approx 3 minutes).
  • Stir in remaining ingrediets, then drizzle sauce over the steaks.

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  1. Great recipe for steaks. I made this using a ribeye steak. I prefer to grill my steaks, which I did with this one, but then followed the recipe exactly for 2 servings. I love a steak with onions and a tasty sauce. I liked this sauce except I found the basil to be overpowering all the other yummy flavors, so next time would decrease it. Thanks for sharing your recipe Kayne. Made for New Tag.


I originally joined the site as "aussiekarin", but decided instead to go with my nickname - Kayne. Sorry if this causes any confusion! I moved to the US from Australia in 1970, and apart from three years in Germanyhave been here the whole time. However, still consider myself an Australian, although I was actually born in Holland. Since I come from such a diversified background, my cooking is rather strange at times. Many times it is a combiniation of Dutch, Aussie / English, German and American. I'm not really much of a cook, but enjoy it, nevertheless. I just wish I knew more and could do more - without a recipe! I'm retired now, so one of my goals is to really learn to cook. I intend to enjoy my retirement, doing what I never had time to do before. Since joining Recipezaar in November, 2006, I find that my cooking has changed somewhat. I'm more adventurous, willing to try new and more varied tastes, and combinations, and just about all of what I prepare is edible. Lately, due to a major life change, I've been letting my cooking go, but hopefully that will change one day. Oddly, I miss it, more than I ever thought I would!!!!!
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