Courteney Cox Makes the Greatest Steak of All Time — Eat This Not That

By Ghuman


If you’re looking for the best steak of all time, look no further than Courteney Cox’s recipe. The Friends star has been cooking up a storm in her kitchen lately, and her steak recipe is one of the most delicious and flavorful dishes you’ll ever try. Not only is it incredibly easy to make, but it’s also incredibly healthy. With a few simple ingredients, you can create a steak that’s juicy, flavorful, and packed with nutrients. So, if you’re looking for a delicious and healthy steak recipe, look no further than Courteney Cox’s steak recipe. You won’t be disappointed!

Courteney Cox Makes the Greatest Steak of All Time

If you’re looking for the best steak of all time, look no further than Courteney Cox’s kitchen. The Friends star is known for her culinary prowess, and her steak is no exception. From the perfect marinade to the perfect cooking time, Courteney Cox has perfected the art of steak-making.

The key to Cox’s steak is the marinade. She combines olive oil, garlic, rosemary, thyme, and a few other secret ingredients to create a flavorful and tender steak. She then lets the steak marinate for at least two hours before cooking.

When it comes to cooking the steak, Cox recommends using a cast iron skillet. She heats the skillet over medium-high heat and adds a few tablespoons of butter. Once the butter is melted, she adds the steak and cooks it for about four minutes on each side. This ensures that the steak is cooked to perfection.

Once the steak is cooked, Cox recommends letting it rest for a few minutes before serving. This allows the steak to reabsorb its juices and become even more tender and flavorful. When it’s time to serve, Cox recommends topping the steak with a dollop of her homemade garlic butter.

If you’re looking for the perfect steak, look no further than Courteney Cox’s kitchen. Her marinade and cooking technique are sure to make your steak the best of all time. So, the next time you’re in the mood for steak, try Courteney Cox’s recipe and you won’t be disappointed.

It takes a big person to admit that their signature recipe isn’t the best, but that’s what Courteney Cox of Friends fame admitted yesterday about her steak recipe. In an Instagram video, she makes the “greatest steak of all time.” The recipe isn’t hers though, which she admits is pretty amazing, but a famous friend’s. “I thought that my recipe was good,” she says, “but I actually got this from Brandi Carlisle and hers is better than mine.” Brandi Carlile is a singer/songwriter who apparently also makes the best steak in the world. Here’s how it’s done. Plus, don’t miss The Best & Worst Cuts of Steak—Ranked!

Prep the steak with a flavorful oil.

courtney cox steak oil

Cox lays the steaks inside a pan, the recipe posted on Instagram says to have them at room temperature. She then sprinkles the steak with truffle oil, but you can use olive oil per the recipe. (Honestly, I wouldn’t waste expensive truffle oil on a steak that’s just going to be cooked. Save it to drizzle on after.)

Use coffee and brown sugar to coat it.

coffee rub for steak

This is where things get interesting. Courteney Cox tops the steak with the requisite coarse salt and pepper, but also adds lots of freshly ground coffee and a sprinkling of brown sugar. Many steak rubs contain both ingredients but she put them on separately. I imagine this browns the exterior of steak and adds a ridiculously delicious crust.

Use garlic salt to season the asparagus side.

lawrys garlic salt

Cox serves the steak with pureed cauliflower and grilled asparagus spears. Her asparagus uses a secret old-fashioned ingredient: Lawry’s Garlic Salt. ” You could chop garlic, you could put salt on it,” she says, “Or you could just do this.” Lawry’s original seasoned salt, which is an old-school blend of salt and spices, came out in 1938 and was used exclusively by Lawry’s The Prime Rib Restaurant in Beverly Hills. It was so popular there that guests actually stole the salt to use at home until McCormick began packing and selling it with a few delicious variations.

Sear the steaks and re-dip.

Courtney Cox Steak

Next, she takes the steaks out to what could be the biggest grill I’ve ever seen, but you can use a grill pan or a cast iron pan. She sears them on both sides for three minutes, re-dips them in the coffee-brown sugar oil, and throws them back on the grill. “I’m not a chef,” she says. “I just make things that taste good.” The internet approves, as the post has over 217,000 likes and a slew of approving comments, including one from Carlile herself.