Cooking Steak on an Induction Heater

Hi, first time poster here. I'm just wondering if there's anyone who would be kind enough to give me some advice. I'd like to cook for my girlfriend tomorrow as it's her birthday and she enjoys a good steak. However, I'm not the world's greatest cook and I only have an induction stove and a griddle pan (non-cast iron) to cook the steak. I'm unsure: - what cut of beef to buy (the easiest one for cooking on an induction stove with a smallish griddle pan). - what heat to set the induction stove to. - how long to cook the steaks for (obviously thickness is an issue, but a general idea). and of course, if you have any other advice or warnings I should know about, they'd be well received. I'd like it to come out rare-medium/rare and look as close to the normal steak videos that you see on youtube (but that will be down to me more than anything). Thanks! submitted by /u/nakedphoto [link] [comments]

Hi, first time poster here. I'm just wondering if there's anyone who would be kind enough to give me some advice. I'd like to cook for my girlfriend tomorrow as it's her birthday and she enjoys a good steak. However, I'm not the world's greatest cook and I only have an induction stove and a griddle pan (non-cast iron) to cook the steak.

I'm unsure:

- what cut of beef to buy (the easiest one for cooking on an induction stove with a smallish griddle pan).

- what heat to set the induction stove to.

- how long to cook the steaks for (obviously thickness is an issue, but a general idea).

and of course, if you have any other advice or warnings I should know about, they'd be well received.

I'd like it to come out rare-medium/rare and look as close to the normal steak videos that you see on youtube (but that will be down to me more than anything).

Thanks!

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