If you are a meat eater, you probably like a good steak every now and then. When it’s so pricey it’s hard to enjoy it that often. Here’s a method that is supposed to work magic on cheap cuts of beef.
How do they do it? You completely cover the cheaper cut of meat with kosher salt or sea salt, wait an hour, then wash it all off. After patting the steak as dry as possible, it is ready to grill. She tells how to add seasonings and herbs at the same time as the salt.
I haven’t tried this method, but I’m wanting to try it at least once. Since we have a lot of family who need to watch their salt intake for heart health, I doubt I’ll be making this often. It’s an interesting idea though.
My tip is to serve mushrooms with the steak to make the most of the flavor of the meat. Click on the label “mushrooms” below this post for some great ways to fix them.
Just so you know, the author of the linked site sprinkles a bit of salty language throughout her instructions also.