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PeteK 12-27-2014 11:10 AM

Avocado oil on steak?
 
BJs had a big bottle of avocado oil for $10, so I bought some yesterday, along with some sirloin steaks.

I usually prepare the steaks by covering them with olive oil and cracked pepper, then searing them on both sides, adding salt, garlic, rosemary and butter and broiling them.

I do have EVOO, but I was wondering if the avo oil might be better because of the higher smoke point. Has anyone else done this? Does it do anything to the flavor? Or am I overthinking it (a habit of mine)?

Doug D. 12-27-2014 02:54 PM

Re: Avocado oil on steak?
 
If it works for you and you like the result, go with it. I use peanut or refined grapeseed for things requiring a high heat sear (and therefore an oil with a high smoke point). If I thought my (food) seasoning would render moot whatever unique flavor a certain oil might bring to the table, I don't think I would spend any extra money on it.

PeteK 12-27-2014 09:27 PM

Re: Avocado oil on steak?
 
I have some grape seed on hand...I'll use that. Thanks as always

Jeffrey R. 12-28-2014 08:05 AM

Re: Avocado oil on steak?
 
Break off the horns, slap it on the grill, flip it over eat it.
Nothing like the flavor of a good piece of meat, by it self. No steak sauce, no oil please.


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