Butter Basted Cast Iron NY Strip Steak

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Butter Basted Cast Iron NY Strip Steak

This is the only method I use for my NY Strip steaks! It involves butter, garlic, thyme & onion on a smoking hot cast iron! It doesn’t get much better than this!


-2 Angus NY Strips

-2 tablespoons butter

-2 tablespoons avocado oil

-2 tablespoons each, salt, pepper & paprika

-4 cloves garlic

-Fresh Thyme

-1/4 onion


-Get coals nice and hot (500-600 degrees). A full charcoal chimney will do the trick.

-Pat dry the steaks and let sit for 30 mins (room temp). 

-Rub the steaks with a little Avocado Oil

-Season generously, both sides.

-Once the coals are ready and the cast iron is ripping hot place the strips fat side down (this is the side of the steaks). 2 mins.

-After two mins place steaks flat down for 4-5 mins. Do not touch them!

-After the 4-5 mins, flip them on the other side.

-Add butter, garlic, thyme & onion.

-After a few mins start to baste the steaks in the butter. Do this until your 125 internal temperature. 

-Pull the steaks and let rest 10-15 mins.

-During the rearing period, pour butter on steaks from the pan… Massive flavor bomb!

-Slice, serve & enjoy!