When to Flip a Steak (or burger, or fish, or chicken or chop)

When to Flip a Steak (or burger, or fish, or chicken or chop)

Shelly Oswald

I fry my steaks in a pan.  It's too hard to go in and out of doors and keep track of what's cooking on the stove if I grill.  Its just too much, so my Big Green Egg and other fancy grill have been sitting idle for years now.

Panfrying also allows me to have better control because I learned to SEE when to flip after I gifted myself online culinary classes with Chef Todd Mohr in 2016.

Chef Todd is a certified culinary educator who frees home cooks from recipes by helping them learn techniques and methods to put amazing meals on the table.

I struggled with knowing when to flip the meat I was cooking in a pan or on the grill until I learned the when to flip when cooking meat as taught in this short YouTube video by Chef Todd.  It changed my life (and cooking habits) forever. 

PS ... when the meat reaches the visual indicators Chef Todd shares, you will find it easily releases from the pan (another indicator of when to flip it!)

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