How to Make Steak Tender

This simple method will make your favorite meat more tender, juicy, and tasty. Any dish, whether it’s a tasty steak or a hearty stew made with tougher meat, will taste even better when prepared using this technique.

You can use steaks, roasts, or lean cuts of beef like flank or chuck as ingredients.
Salt for seasoning, preferably kosher or sea salt.

Include your preferred spices like black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, or any other you like.

Ways to Cook a Thin Steak Perfectly

Ways to Cook a Thin Steak to Maintain Its Juiciness


First, ensure the meat is completely dry before cooking by gently pressing it with paper towels.
Once you have a clean cutting board or a large plate, place the meat on it.
Cover the meat generously with salt on both sides. To add flavor to meat, use around 1 teaspoon of salt for each pound.
If you want the meat to have more flavor, simply add extra herbs or spices.

To start making the beef softer, leave it at room temperature for 30 minutes so the salt can penetrate the meat.

To get rid of excess salt, softly pat the meat with paper towels after 30 minutes.
Keep cooking the way you like, whether it’s slow cooking, frying in a pan, or grilling.
The meat is tender and delicious; enjoy it!

Message from Ezoic: If you are using salt to soften tough pieces of meat, consider refrigerating them for a few hours or even overnight. Before cooking, wash off the salt if you plan to let it sit for a while. To match your preference, change the amount of spices.

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