How thick should a Porterhouse steak be?
- Specifications from the USDA state that the fillet portion must be a minimum of 1.25” thick at its widest point to be labeled a Porterhouse Steak. In comparison, a T-Bone Steak only has to be 0.25” thick.
How long should you cook a porterhouse steak?
For the perfect medium-rare porterhouse steak, grill for 10-13 minutes for a 1-inch steak, and 14-17 minutes for a 1½ inch steak, turning about 1 minute before the halfway point.
A meat thermometer should read 130°F.
Rest your steaks for 5 minutes before serving, covering lightly with foil.
How does Gordon Ramsay Cook porterhouse steak?
How do you tenderize a porterhouse steak?
How to Tenderize Porterhouse Steak
- Squish it. Put the meat between wax paper or plastic wrap and use a tenderizing mallet, the bottom of a pan or any other blunt object to soften the steak.
- Cut it. Score the meat with a sharp knife before cooking.
- Salt it.
- Marinate it.
How do you grill a 2 inch porterhouse steak?
Place over direct heat. In five minutes (by the clock) flip the meat. If you are into crossed grill marks, you should have rotated the meat 90 degrees at about 2 1/2 minutes. Grill for approximately three more minutes for rare, four more minutes for medium-rare and 5 minutes for medium (150).5 Mar 2020