How long do you bake steak for in the oven?

India
October 24, 2008 12:09am CST
And what is the usual temperature.. I know it usual depends on what you're making but it's just a t-bone steak and I'm baking it.. with mushrooms, and what would the temperature be as well?
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@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
24 Oct 08
I think it is time to buy a thermometer for meats. it gives the right temperature for well done, medium and rare, and they are not that expensive.
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• India
24 Oct 08
thanks for your response
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@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
24 Oct 08
You're welcome, and btw that is what I do, I like having my chicken well cooked and I test it like that, sometimes to roast a chicken or just out of the oven, it is not enough to just calculate, one needs to know the temparature as well.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
25 Oct 08
bake it at 350 degrees for an hour. check it & if it's fork tender u are ready to eat.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
25 Oct 08
p,s, cook it covered & take the lid or foil off the last 10 minutes or so , so it will brown.
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• Malaysia
24 Oct 08
I usually bake steak for about one and a half hours in the oven before it is fully cooked. My husband likes it well done and so do I. We had done beef, mutton and chicken steak so far. I put a temperature of 200 and let it bake for 45 minutes. Then I turned it the other way around, and let it bake for another 45 minutes. 15 minutes before it is cooked I will add sliced onions, mixed vegetables, ginger and mushrooms. I would also sprinkle some pepper and salt onto it. Not forgetting a little splash of oyster sauce and soy sauce to add to the flavor. That's all.
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• India
24 Oct 08
wow.. thanks for your response..
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@skysuccess (8882)
• Singapore
25 Oct 08
anitajayakumar, I think the ideal temperature would be between 350-425C depending on the thickness of your steak. However, you will need to sear the sides, front and back of the steak so as to seal the meat's juices inside. Also, it may help to place a bowl of water in the oven whilst baking to preserve a certain level of moist on your roast. Hope this will be of help and have a nice time (not forgetting your meal).