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Perfect Oven-Roasted Steak

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Enjoy steak all year round with this foolproof method for baking it in the oven.


  • 2 boneless New York strip steaks (1-inch thick, 6-8 oz. each)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons butter
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    Calories90Calories from Fat90
    Total Fat10g15%
    Saturated Fat3g15%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat90
    Total Carbohydrate<1g0%
    Dietary Fiber0g0%
    Vitamin A2%
    Vitamin C0%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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    Yen L. 10 days ago
    it turned really well. The steak was so tender and juicy.
    turned out good family loved it
    Mrs. P 2 months ago
    Excellent! Tender, juicy - perfect steak!
    Brown 2 months ago
    it was very good, came out very tender.
    Lizzie 3 months ago
    The flavor was amazing and both my kids loved it, so definitely a plus and making it again.
    Jeanine K. 5 months ago
    Directions were spot on. I baked for 7 minutes for medium rare. Pulled out at 130°. Very good! Great way to prepare when pouring rain out and you don't want to grill.
    Matthew Kannya 6 months ago
    It was pretty good, would try again with a different cut if steak.
    Susan 8 months ago
    Thank you perfection
    Leslee D. 8 months ago
    Love the taste. Great flavor. I made 3 streaks with the same amount of seasoning. I cooked this in my toaster oven and it turned out great! This is a keeper.
    Martinez 9 months ago
    Good 😊 I love the texture and taste
    Mae Verini 10 months ago
    Easy to make. Simple ingredients. Time saver. Tasty. [According to my husband, it was “Better than I would have thought being there was no grilling involved”, which is a very big compliment, as he’s a firm believer that “all meats should be smoked or grilled.”] Adjusments made: - I used volcanic salts and dried minced garlic along with pepper for the rub. - I melted butter and combined with the oil prior to searing.
    Catherine Dollar a year ago
    It was perfect! Will use this method going forward. Thank you!
    Steven a year ago
    wow, i didnt k ow how good of a cook i was
    Geraldine Weiser a year ago
    Excellent! Everyone loved the steaks and I have a tough crowd! Lol
    MARIAN a year ago
    Aleatha Dendy a year ago
    Tasty. Will definitely cook it again
    andrew baidoo a year ago
    Great, it was great and divine.
    Susan De Lara a year ago
    quick to make. tasty. simple. used my air fryer to do the baking. will definitely make again
    Michael Kryger a year ago
    10 minutes in the over made it perfect
    Ashley Snow a year ago
    turned out perfexr! i covered mine in foil to retain moisture
    Alex McCracken 2 years ago
    Skipped the sheet for a cast iron, swapped the garlic powder for some fresh minced garlic, then tossed some onions into the pan before putting the steak in. Came out pretty good! Next time would sear the steak a little longer cutting back on time in the oven or just make sure I get my pan a lot hotter.
    LaWanda R. 2 years ago
    I just made it. it was easy to make and it came out good
    Yvonne Washington 2 years ago
    very tasty. Son loved it. went well with the potatoes. and i added some spinach for a veggie
    Alan Gurecki 2 years ago
    awesome, the wife loved it
    Sharlene Gilbreath 2 years ago
    Its very good, my family enjoyed this, thank you! :)
    Danny 2 years ago
    So gooood! And easy! Added Montreal steak seasoning. Definitely a keeper!
    Mary Shewcraft 2 years ago
    Really well. I had to use filet mignon because that's the only steak I had in the freezer. It had a really good the flavor with the salt and pepper and garlic. I do have to be careful when I cook different thicknesses of steak because I took the ones out a little too late that were a bit thinner, but they were still wonderful.
    Ashley 2 years ago
    Oh my goodness! I am very anemic and trying to eat more meat (but I really hate cooking meat....and not necessarily a big fan of eating it....) this was super easy and very tasty!! Mine was bone-in but it still turned out well nonetheless. Will definitely be using this again
    Willett 2 years ago
    it was really delicious. I had marinated the steak in the fridge for a couple hours before taking it out for an hour to bring it to room temperature before cooking. (I used 3/4 cup Worchestershire Sauce and 1/4 cup Grapeseed Oil and marinated it in a Ziploc bag.) From the point of placing it on a plate to remove any excess marinade, I followed the rest of the seasoning and cooking directions exactly. My husband and I prefer to buy a 2" steak and share it, so it did have to go back in the oven as it had not reaching 130' at 12 minutes. I checked it at 4 more minutes (16 total) and it was 132. it was medium rare which is our preference. I used a cast iron pan so I was able take it from the stovetop to the oven.
    Jo LeRoy 2 years ago
    My go-to recipe for a NY strip! As a Yummly employee, I got to recipe test this one while it was being developed, and my boyfriend (who NEVER cooks) asked me for the recipe! He said it was exactly what he always imagines a home-cooked steak should taste like. I've made it dozens of times since and it never fails (tip: if you sear it in a cast-iron skillet, you can put it straight into the oven and not dirty a baking sheet).