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How to Cook a Delmonico Steak in a Pan

author image Ramona French
Ramona French owned a massage school and taught massage for 28 years. In that time she wrote textbooks on Swedish, acupressure, deep tissue and lymph drainage massage. She is the author of "Introduction to Lymph Drainage Massage" and "Milady's Guide to Lymph Drainage Massage." Her book, "The Complete Guide to Lymph Drainage Massage," published by Milady, was released in October 2011.
How to Cook a Delmonico Steak in a Pan
Two ribeye steaks in a heavy skillet on a white counter. Photo Credit adlifemarketing/iStock/Getty Images

Delmonico steak originated in the 19th century at Delmonico's Restaurant in Manhattan. Although the name is used for several different cuts of beef, Delmonico steak is often a ribeye. It is tender and more marbled than other steaks, sold boneless or bone-in. Cooking the steak with the bone makes it more flavorful and moist than the boneless steak. Like other tender steaks, Delmonico benefits from cooking with dry heat, on a grill, in the oven or in a skillet. A traditional garnish is a pat of maitre d'hotel butter -- butter mixed with lemon juice and chopped parsley.

Step 1

Let the steak sit at room temperature, covered, for 1 hour.

Step 2

Preheat the skillet over high heat.

Step 3

Rub the steaks lightly with olive oil and season them generously with salt and pepper on both sides.

Step 4

Put a thin film of olive oil in the skillet. Cook the steaks for 6 minutes per side, then test the temperature in the largest one. Cook the steak to 140 degrees Fahrenheit for medium rare or 145 degrees for medium. If the steaks aren't at the correct temperature after 12 minutes, cook them for a few minutes longer, up to 4 more minutes.

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Step 5

Put the steaks on a platter and cover loosely with foil. Let the steaks rest for 5 minutes before serving.

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