Cooking Steak in Cast Iron | The Constant Flip Method

Cooking Steak in Cast Iron | The Constant Flip Method 1

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In this video, I cook an extra-thick ribeye in a Lodge cast iron skillet using what I call 'The Constant Flip Method.' It is a method used by some chefs in which the steak is flipped every 30 seconds until a beautiful brown crust is formed.

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