When it's cold outside, or you just want a nice pan seared steak, you can't go wrong with this. Basted in butter and herbs, with a side of bacon wrapped asparagus to keep your doctor happy (you gotta get your greens!), you'll love this recipe! Watch Kosmo make this exact recipe on our YouTube Channel - CLICK HERE TO WATCH
A quick and easy recipe means we want as little prep work as possible. In that spirit, let's make some asparagus wraps. First, remove the ends of the asparagus - just bend the end off, it will break where it needs to break. Then grab a lil bundle of 3 asparagus spears, and wrap it in a slice of thick cut bacon. Get a toothpick in there to keep it in place. Give them a hit of SPG, or whatever you have at home, and they're ready to go!
Toss the bacon wrapped asparagus bundles on a wire rack, and put them on an air fryer (400ºF - 205ºC) for around 7-10 minutes. When the bacon is crispy, they're done.
Next, get a cast iron and heat it up with a lil bit of grape seed oil. While it's heating up, hit the steaks with a nice coat of Cow Cover, followed by some Texas Beef. Cover both sides and pat the rub in.
This is where the magic happens. Throw the steaks in the hot pan, and sear each side for 2 minutes. You're looking for that nice golden crust that makes your mouth water. Then reduce the heat to medium, and add the butter, garlic, and herbs for that buttery baste.
When the butter has melted, start basting: use a spoon to continuously scoop some of that buttery goodness over the steaks. Keep going until your steaks are ready. We pulled ours at 145ºF (68ºC) for a medium rare. let the steaks rest.
Serve alongside the bacon wrapped asparagus, and enjoy.
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Steak Recipes / Pan Seared Steak
When it's cold outside, or you just want a nice pan seared steak, you can't go wrong with this. Basted in butter and herbs, with a side of bacon wrapped asparagus to keep your doctor happy.
Cow Cover Rub
Texas Beef Rub
Remove the ends of the asparagus. Divide into bundles of 3.
Wrap each bundle in a slice of bacon. Secure with toothpick and season with SPG.
Put asparagus on air fryer at 400ºF (205ºC) for around 7-10 minutes, until bacon is crispy.
In a cast iron pan, heat up some grape seed oil.
Season steaks with Cow Cover and Texas Beef on both sides.
Throw steaks in the hot pan, and sear each side for 2 minutes.
Then reduce the heat to medium, and add butter, garlic, and herbs.
When butter has melted, use a spoon to continuously scoop the baste over the steaks.
Keep going until steaks are done. For medium rare, pull at a core temperature of 145ºF (68ºC).
Rest the steaks, then serve with a side of bacon wrapped asparagus.
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