Pan Seared T-Bone Steak

Total Time:
1 hr
Prep:
5 min
Inactive:
40 min
Cook:
15 min

Yield:
2 servings
Level:
Easy

Directions

1 1/2 pounds bone-in T-bone steak

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 tablespoon canola oil

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. A half-hour before cooking, remove steak from refrigerator.

Heat a large skillet over high heat. Pat steak dry and season generously with salt and pepper. Add oil to hot skillet and when it begins to smoke add steak. Reduce heat slightly and cook steak until browned, about 4 minutes on each side. Transfer skillet to the oven. Roast until an instant-read thermometer inserted sideways into the steak registers 120 degrees F for medium-rare, about 6 to 8 minutes. Transfer steak to a cutting board and let it rest for 10 minutes. Cut steak from the bone and carve meat across the grain.

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    Came out medium well when I cooked to 120 degrees.
    I never tried it
    hahahahahahahahahahahaha! Why did you leave a review if you've never tried it!? hahahahaha I love the internet.
    Awesome!!!
    Awesome recipe. First time cooking a T-Bone and couldn't be happier. I was missing some of the ingredients but as long as most ingredients are included this seasoning has a nice kick to it. I actually modified the recipe by moistening the steaks with Worchester sauce before rubbing in the seasoning mix. The result was quite good. :)
    I prepared my T-bone steak this way and it was great. The time may vary due to size of steak, I put on 400 for 6 and mine turned outs be medium to med well u will just have to judge for yourself however on a cast iron skillet in the oven this was amazing!!
    I made this last night and, while it was very tasty, I think the cooking times are way too long. I suppose it all depends on the size of and how you like your steak, but if you follow these times, you'll get a steak that is very well done. I like my steaks medium-rare at most, and being that I had a steak that was about 1 1/4 lbs, I cut the cooking times drastically and it was still a little too well done for me. (2 min each side for the sear and about 3 min in the oven 
     
    Next time, I may just avoid the oven altogether. I'm normally a steak on the grill type of guy, but I really wanted that sear! I also think cooking a steak is much more of a "feel" type skill and following a recipe may put you at odds with yourself.
    Very tasty. This was my first time searing a steak so I was a little confused about the timing, but other than that, this was a simple recipe.
    This was an excellent method. One consideration not mentioned is the thickness of the steak, which affects the pan searing time as well as the oven time. Four minutes on each side for searing and 6 minutes in the oven would have made great shoe leather! 
     
    I was cooking this steak for my son, and I'm glad he intervened. Maybe a thicker cut would have survived, but not my puny little 1" one. 
     
    Summary: great method, but adjust the times for your 'piece of meat'. 
     
    Recipe from another site: 
    To sear-roast T-bone steaks, preheat the oven to 500 degrees F (260 degrees C with an ovenproof heavy skillet inside. 
     
    Remove the pan with oven mitts and put it on top of the stove over high heat. Put the steaks in the skillet and cook for 1 to 2 minutes each side. Take the skillet off the stove and place it in the oven. Cook for another 3 to 5 minutes until they are done the way you like them. Your T-bone steaks should have a nice crust on the outside.
    Quick, simple, and delicious. The perfect recipe for me!
    Came out perfectly medium rare - and t-bone is already so flavorful that salt/pepper/oil is more than enough.
    This was yummy! I cooked about 20 pounds of T-Bones (yes, it was the never ending stack of steaks with this recipe. I added garlic powder to the salt/pepper mix and just used vegetable oil (what I had. Cooked it 4 minutes per side and finished it off in the oven for about 5 minutes. My whole family (including relatives and friends that came by just loved it which made me sad because there were no leftover steaks!
    Perfect! Due to snow could'nt grill 2 new york strip steaks.Tried this and they were great.Will be doing again.Thank you!
    OMG-awesome! I put some garlic powder with salt and pepper. I did as recipe suggested took meat out 30 min. before cooking. I only let mine sear for 2 minutes per side was not as large as the recipes. I should have decreased by oven cooking time by about 2 minutes. I will tonight because my husband and i really enjoyed dinner last night. I also prepared homemade fried potatoes with onion. Yum Yum. Better than average restaurant.
    I have never seared a steak in my life. I've just been making them all well done on the grill. I watch every single episode of every single Gordon Ramsay TV show and he inspired me to try it. Every show, it's sear this, sear that, what the hell does it mean? Wife comes home with T-Bone steaks, I find this recipe and it's absolutely delicious! I substituted olive oil (didn't have canola and added garlic salt to the salt & pepper rub pre-skillet, and it was amazing. So much flavor, cooked just right, I am VERY enthusiastic about my new hobby!
    I've made these steaks using this recipe a few time. Not only is is easy and fast - the steaks turn out amazing. As others have warned, make sure to disconnect any nearby smoke alarms and reconnect when done, because it does get very smokey. 
    My husband loves this because this recipe is really good about keeping me in check, to prevent me from over-cooking the steak. (A repeat, offending problem for me. Next time I might try a dry rub, but this is a great basic steak.
    This was the best steak that I have ever prepared. I used a cast iron skillet. It was great. I was so simple. I can prepare a great meal that my boyfriend will think that I spent hours cooking.
    Best way to cook the perfect steak indoors
    For the 1st time in my life I made THE PERFECT steak!! THANK YOU!!!!!!! Enjoy folks!!!
    When I saw 39 ratings, I thought yeah right? I must say... I am willing to give this steak recipe it's 40th rating! Me and my son absolute loved it, it was our first time ever cooking steak. Theeee best, so very tender. Thank God, for food network recipes, have'nt been let down yet.
    I can't believe how good this was. I couldn't use my grill and had t-bones ready to go. Tried this recipe and will never cook a t-bone on the grill again. Used one of Bobby Flay's dry rubs and followed cooking instructions and OMG!!! gooodness in minutes. I do agree it was a bit smoky in the kitchen my exhaust fan wasn't working but was well worth the smokyness. My husband, guests and I loved this. I can't say enough about the flavor,tendererness and all over yummyness of this steak. I give this and 11 on a scale of 1 to 10
    If you absolutely must cook a steak without grilling it, I suppose this recipe will suffice. There are a few warnings I need to give before you try this though. First, unless you have a very good ventillation fan above your stove, you will fill the house with smoke if you follow the recipe exactly. I would recommend NOT heating the skillet on high until the oil smokes, heat it to medium instead. Even if you heat the skillet to medium heat, then transfer to the oven for only 6 minutes, your steak will be well done. All in all, I thought this recipe wasted a pretty good cut of steak. I would only do it again if it was impossible to grill the steak.
    I would call myself a GREAT cook.....I'm a southern gyrl so you know I can get down with the get down.....I love making new dishes for my family to try.....Now this recipe was GREAT!!!! I cant believe it turned out just the way I wanted it.....I was very tender an moist......Anyone that is out there and you are looking for a great steak recipe this is it.......Thanks so much Food Network.....
    This recipe really is fool-proof. I don't eat steak, but made the recipe for relatives on football Sunday and they loved it. If things tend to burn when you cook, you can't go wrong with a recipe where you're supposed to see smoke!! And boy did these steaks smoke when browning them on the stove top. However, once I put them in the oven, the crust seemed to soften a little bit. Letting the steaks sit before cutting into them definitely helped to seal in the juices; I covered them with foil while resting to keep them warm.
    A couple month back I wanted to make a nice dinner for my me and my Fiance as an alternative to going out, so i searched T-Bone recipes and found this one and am i glad i did. I was nervous about making the steaks since I had never cooked T-Bones before and normally dont cook steak in general. But they turned out GREAT. So I decided i was going to make them again, but this time i changed the recipe just a bit, My fiance loves garlic powder so i sprinkled some on his and im a fan of Crushed Peppercorn, so i put that on mine as well as the salt and pepper on both. The steaks we AMAZING. I make them every once in a while now and am actually making them tonight. This is the simplest yet most delicious recipe out there!!!!
    I am big beef eater but this is sooo delicious. My husband loved it and has been asking for me to make it again. We really enjoyed it and it was definitely one of the best steaks I've eaten.
    The steak came out very tender and had a lot of flavor. Follow this simple recipe and you can't go wrong.
    Ok so I am not such a great cook. I can't really cook anything! BUT..... This is the easiest recipe I have ever followed! It was perfect. It was possibly one of the best steaks we have ever had! I am so excited..... I know how to cook a steak now.
    Oh my god. When I first tried this recipe, I was a bit skeptical. Being a phenomenal cook and being very reluctant to try recipes other than my own, I have to say that this steak was awesome!!!! I make a mushroom, onion, bacon sauce and served it on top of the steak and my family raved!!! They couldn't get enough. My boyfriend was in heaven with each and every bite and I had to agree, each bite was tender, moist and flavorable, even cooked well-done!!!
     
     FABULOUS, WITHOUT A DOUBT!!!!!
    These instructions for cooking up a steak are easy and makes for a delicious, juicy steak. Yum!!!
    Absolutely wonderful!!
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