Broil and Grilling a Perfect Steak.
Steak Anise Recipe.
How to broil a steak in your oven without smoking up the kitchen, keeping grease from flaming and splattering all over the inside of the oven and make cleaning the broiling pan easy. This method works with electric ovens and gas ovens with the broiler in the oven and not below it.
Make (Assemble) your own oven broiling pan.
Select a 2" or more deep metal baking cake pan. Tear off a sheet of tin foil large enough to place in the pan to completely cover the bottom and sides of pan. Fill the pan with a minimum of 2 cups of tap water. Lay a large enough, metal wire cooling rack on top of pan. Arrange one or two steaks so the juices will drip into the water as it broils. Place this assembled pan in the oven on the center oven rack. Broil steak with oven door cracked open (*Always keep the oven door partially open while broiling to avoid baking the steak which makes it tough.) When done dispose of grease and water in bottom of the baking pan and throw away the tin foil. * You can broil pork chops, lamb chops, sirloin and hamburgers using this same method. Steam from the water in pan will keep the meat moist.
How to make delicious broiled steaks:
Only flip a steak once, when the top side is broiled to your satisfaction turn over the steak and broil the other side. Rib eye, porterhouse, T-bone, sirloin and strip steaks are guarantee to be tender and juicy if you do not broil them beyond medium well.
STEAK ANISE RECIPE:
Before broiling, place dabs of BUTTER on the top side of steak.
Only sprinkle the top side (the side with butter) generously with paprika, garlic powder and salt. Sprinkle on a little anise seed or ground anise, barely sprinkle a small amount of cayenne pepper and chili powder. Broil the butter with spices side until satisfied, spices will still cling to the steak when you turn it over. Broil the other side until satisfied.