How to Make Cast-Iron Steak?

This isn’t steak from a steakhouse; it’s steak from your kitchen, perfect for midweek meals. The instructions are simple: buy boneless cuts (they cook uniformly), thinner steaks (they cook through on top of the stove), dry them thoroughly (to maximize crust), then salt and sear them in a scorching skillet, ideally cast-iron.

The recipe here is a drastic departure from standard steak wisdom, which advises are salting the meat ahead of time, putting it on the flame, and then leaving it alone. Instead, season the pan (not the meat) with salt and flip the steak frequently.