Can't decide between splurging on strip steak or tenderloin? Porterhouse steak is the best of both worlds! Cut from the end portion of the short loin, it boasts a wider chunk of both strip steak and tenderloin than a T-bone steak does (if you've ever wondered the difference between these steaks, here is a good clarifier!). With two super tender cuts attached to it, porterhouse is ideal for grilling, searing, and–our fave–the reverse sear!
[SEAR]- Cast-Iron Skillet Porterhouse Steak from Food Network
[PAN ROAST]- Pan-Roasted Porterhouse Steak from Williams Sonoma
[REVERSE SEAR]- How to Reverse Sear a Steak from Primal Palate