Broiling and grilling do not have many differences. In fact, an oven broiler is essentially a grill flipped upside down. Although you don't get the charcoal flavor that can be provided by some types of grills, broiling is a much easier method of cooking meat and can be done without any extra equipment. A T-bone steak is a popular cut of meat that can enjoy enhanced flavor when cooked on the bone. It features a beef tenderloin steak and a New York strip steak -- two of the highest-quality cuts of beef in one piece.
Preheat your oven's broiler.
Apply any seasonings to the beef, if necessary. You have a lot of options depending on what flavors you prefer, but salt, pepper, garlic and steak seasonings are all popular for use on a steak. You can also cook the steak on its own, if preferred.
Place the steak on a broiling pan and set the pan in the oven.
Cook the steak for four or five minutes, then flip and cook another four or five minutes. For thick steaks, add one or two minutes per side.
Use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature of the meat. The USDA recommends cooking steak to 160 degrees F so that all food-borne illnesses are killed.
Remove the steak from the oven and serve.