Benefits of Steak Stone Cooking

Posted by Louise Hatter on

Premium Supplier Black Rock Grill Ltd

 

Adding a little Flakes of Salt to the Black Rock Grill
Steak Stones are a widely available stones that can be used for cooking steaks, as well as many other cuts of meat or fish. They are extremely similar to the stones and rocks used in the ancient technique of hot rock cooking, which is the oldest known cooking technique.
The principle of steak stones is a very simple one. As a result it is still used today and despite huge advancement in cooking technology and equipment over the last 50 to 100 years, nothing has been able to come close. The undeveloped cooking skill is used by remote tribes around the world, as well as in the most trendy restaurants and cooking establishments. Steak stones can even be purchased online for use at home in a normal domestic kitchen.
Steak stones are heated to a high temperature (usually in excess of 400°C). The composition of the steak on the stone cooking means that it is able to retain a constant temperature very well and therefore cook meat and fish to a very high standard. Unlike more advanced cooking methods, steak stones will not burn food and will ensure that food is cooked evenly throughout, reducing the risk of food poisoning caused by undercooked parts of food. As well as all of this, cooking with steak stones requires absolutely no fat or oil, which makes it a far more healthier alternative than practically every other cooking method available.
Food can be cooked, served and eaten on steak stones. Due to the fact that they retain heat very well, it means that the steak stone will remain hot for approximately 20 to 40 minutes after being removed from the oven. This also reduces the possibility of food going cold once it has been removed from the oven, which makes it an ideal method of cooking for busy restaurants.
News

← Older Post Newer Post →


Comments


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published