The Porterhouse Steak, also known as the “Lover’s Steak,” comes from the rear of the short loin located in the mid-upper back. This elegant steak is made up by a filet and NY strip on either side of the distinctive T-shaped bone. Every bite of a porterhouse steak brings a load of flavor and tenderness due to its bone and rich marbling. If you’re looking to level up any celebration, gathering or romantic evening, this steak is the best way to do so. Available in Prime.
How To Cook
With such an elegant steak, we want to ensure you cook it to perfection. The best method (in our opinion) is searing your steak on the stove or grill and finishing in the oven. To start, take your steak out of the fridge and allow it to come to room temperature. Then, rub with olive oil and season with your favorite seasoning – our top suggestion is always Borsari Seasonings. Place steak on a high heat cast iron skillet on the stovetop, cook for 3-4 minutes each side or until you see a crispy brown crust. Then, place skillet into a 375°F preheated oven and cook another 12-15 minutes. All ovens are different, so we recommend using a meat thermometer and removing steak when its internal temperature reaches 120-125°F for medium rare or 130-135°F for closer to medium. Let steak rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing. This allows the juices to redistribute and raises internal temperature another 5-10°F. Slice the filet and NY strip portion off of the bone, and enjoy your Porterhouse Steak!