Mushroom Rubbed Delmonico Steak
Delmonico steaks were made famous by the steakhouse of the same name in Manhattan. The term generally means thick-cut steaks, sometimes from the ribeye. Here, we’re going to rub a zero-waste mushroom powder on it and reverse sear it. Most steak recipes will advise you to sear first and finish in the oven. But here, we want to control the exact temperature for the best texture and doneness. The steak starts in a low oven and is then finished with a hot sear.
1 Local Roots Delmonico steak
2 teaspoons sea salt
2 teaspoons black pepper
1 tablespoon mushroom powder (recipe follows)
Zero Waste Mushroom Powder
When you cook with mushrooms, save the stems for broth or this umami-packed powder condiment. Use it to punch up roasts or mix with salt to sprinkle onto anything.
1 pound mushrooms or stems, dirt ends removed
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