From full-flavoured beef to real caramel flavour is just a step away. By braising in the oven, the mouth-watering goodness and flavour of Angus beef steaks is enriched. We’ll show you how to cook Angus steak in the oven by braising.

Whether you’re preparing a romantic dinner or a casual meal for friends and family, steaks are always a good choice, even more so when quality beef is involved. Roasting meat gives it a special flavour through the use of spices – it’s very quick and stress-free. Follow these steps to properly cook Angus beef in the oven.

Choose the right piece. A good piece of beef can be:
● Silverside
● Eye of Round
● Osso bucco
● Rump steak
● Bone in Ribeye
● Tenderloin roast

Step 1 :
Use a paper towel to dry each side of the meat. Because surface moisture will delay the cooking of the meat.

Step 2: Measure the thickness of the meat slice
Pieces 1.5 cm thick are ideal for frying. If they are slightly thicker or thinner, you will need to adjust the cooking time (consequently more time for the thicker part, less time for the thinner part).

Step 3: Preheat the oven
Before starting the oven, place a rack pan with a drip tray at the bottom of the oven. Remove the tray from the oven and place the meat on the tray.

Step 4: Season the meat
Add extra flavour to your steaks with a simple sprinkling of sea salt and black pepper.

Step 5: Cook the meat
Ask the people you serve how they like their meat. Steaks for those who like their meat well done should stay in the oven a few minutes longer. For 1 cm slices, cook the steaks for about 15 minutes, turning the meat to the other side halfway through the cooking time. Keep roasts you want less browned in the oven less time and roasts you want well browned longer.

Step 6: Let the steak rest
Let the meat rest for a few minutes after cooking. This allows the juices to redistribute from inside the steak and keep the juices draining after the meat is cut.

Tip: If cutting the steak before serving, make sure the slices are cut perpendicular to the grain to get the most tender slices.