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  • G David Bock
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    Bacon grease(lard), butter(unsalted is best, IMO), olive oil ~ depends on the flavoring you are after and/or your health concerns.

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  • Salinator
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    Originally posted by Nikki View Post
    Leftover bacon grease is better than anything out there. Go ahead and try it then come back here to tell how much you loved it.
    It is great. My dad used to fry everything in bacon grease. Went out of his way to find the cheapest cuts with the most fat. I used to fry the bacon for him just to get the grease. He died of a stroke when I was eleven so save the bacon grease for only special occasions.
    Last edited by Salinator; 17 Dec 15, 19:21.

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  • Nikki
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    Originally posted by Salinator View Post
    Should have used butter!
    Leftover bacon grease is better than anything out there. Go ahead and try it then come back here to tell how much you loved it.

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  • Salinator
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    Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
    Almost exactly what I ended up doing. Used cheddar instead of nacho and added some leftover veggies.

    It was so lean I had to use a bit of olive oil to brown it. Garlic and a little steak rub and it came out pretty tasty.
    Should have used butter!

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  • GCoyote
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    Originally posted by OpanaPointer View Post
    Bake a potato, hollow it out, chop up the reheated steak and put it in the spud. Add hot nacho cheese sauce and top with salsa.

    You can also just slice up the potato into bite-size pieces and put all that on top of it.
    Almost exactly what I ended up doing. Used cheddar instead of nacho and added some leftover veggies.

    It was so lean I had to use a bit of olive oil to brown it. Garlic and a little steak rub and it came out pretty tasty.

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  • Nikki
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    I know that when cooking meat, it's best to turn the meat with a spatula or tongs. A fork would pierce the meat and let all the precious juice escape.

    It's ideal to remove the lean steak from the heat source when it is about 10 degrees from your goal temperature then cover and let rest for 10 minutes. That will allow the steak to finish cooking through and the juices to redistribute, providing a moist and more tender steak.

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  • boomer400
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    Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
    Too late. I forgot it overnight and now it's "cook it or toss it."
    Overnight? As in left out in ambient or left out in the fridge? Makes a diff; if out on the counter, give it a rub you like (a little salt, pepper with a base of honey/butter. Good to go...

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  • Half Pint John
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    Dang, heat and eat,why all the Complications ?

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  • OpanaPointer
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    Bake a potato, hollow it out, chop up the reheated steak and put it in the spud. Add hot nacho cheese sauce and top with salsa.

    You can also just slice up the potato into bite-size pieces and put all that on top of it.

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  • GCoyote
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    Leaning toward the slice thin for multi-use solution.

    Stir fry
    Steak salad
    Steak sandwich
    scramble the last of it in some eggs for breakfast

    "I love it when a plan comes together"

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  • OpanaPointer
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    Defo cook it medium well and save it. Shave it up and use it for steak sandwiches.

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
    Too late. I forgot it overnight and now it's "cook it or toss it."
    Once cooked, it can be refroze (or kept in fridge for use in the next few days).

    Cut into about 1/2" cubes and you have the start for some great chili. Once cooked, use some for your chili and freeze the rest for ready use another time.

    Could cut in about 1/4" thick strips cross-grain for use in a stir-fry, again, if to much for you and household in one meal, medium-rare cook the rest and freeze for use later.

    In addition to the above, a couple nice pieces cooked as steak dinner for you and the missus, remainder cooked and frozen for use in the next few days.

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  • dgfred
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    Throw 'em on the grill after lightly salt and peppering .

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  • GCoyote
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    Originally posted by OpanaPointer View Post
    Pack it in dry ice and send it to me.
    Too late. I forgot it overnight and now it's "cook it or toss it."

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  • OpanaPointer
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    Pack it in dry ice and send it to me.

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