Pan Seared New York Strip Steak and Scallops
Hands up if you are looking for the best way to cook a perfect New York Strip! This Pan Seared New York Strip Steak and Scallops is an easy recipe, but perfect for a date night in, with a decadent garlic compound butter. Source top quality American Wagyu for even better results!
What is a New York Strip Steak?
New York Strip Steak is cut from the back half of the cow, known as the short loin area. When the bone is left, and the tenderloin is left in place, you'll recognize it as the T-Bone steak!
How to Cook a New York Strip Steak
For the Garlic Compound Butter > Unsalted butter > Garlic For the New York Strip > American Wagyu Bone-In New York Strip Steak For the Scallops > Fresh diver scallops
> In a bowl, mash the butter with the garlic, rosemary, salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes until thoroughly combined.
Make the Garlic Compound Butter
Sear the Steak
> Preheat the oven to 400 degrees > Heat a large heavy cast iron pan over medium heat until just smoking.
> Meanwhile, in the same pan with the reserved butter and fat, return to the cooktop over medium heat. > Pat the scallops dry and sear 1 minute.
Sear the Scallops
> Remove the steak from the bone and slice for serving. > Arrange the steak slices with the scallops on a serving dish or individual plates and enjoy.
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