To cook a porterhouse steak, you should turn your oven to broil and make sure the steak is thawed first. Cook your porterhouse steak perfectly with guidance from a full-time cook in this free video on steak.
Hello. I'm Sue Walker, and I'm going to show you how to cook porterhouse steak. You will need: a broiler pan or a baking pan with a wire rack, cooking spray, oven with a broiler, and tongs. The ingredients are: porterhouse steak, olive oil or butter, salt, pepper, Cavender's Greek seasoning, or your favorite seasoning. If the steak is frozen, it is important to thaw the steak before cooking. Leave it in the refrigerator for 12 to 14 hours, until thawed. Make sure the steak is at room temperature before cooking. This will help the steak cook evenly throughout the steak. Preheat the oven to broil. Make sure the oven rack is toward the top of the oven. Spray the broiler pan with cooking spray. Pour one cup of water into the bottom of the broiler pan. This will prevent smoking as the fat drips into the pan while cooking. Scrape off any visible fat or residue from your steak, causing by meat cutting. Brush the steak with olive oil or melted butter. Season the meat with Cavender's seasoning or your favorite seasoning. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place the steaks on the broiler pan, and put it in the oven on the top rack. Watch closely, because the steaks will cook quickly under the broiler. Flip the steaks over halfway through the cooking process. When the steak is done to your liking, take out of the oven and serve hot. And that is how to cook porterhouse steak.