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Passionate young chef Minh shows you how to make thin-new York strip steak with potato wedges.
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Hey! It's Chef Minh again and I'm sorry for not uploading for awhile. But today we’re doing a thin New York strip steak with potato wedges. Always chop anything with a sharp knife. Turn the potato on its side, so it's sideways. Cut in half, and cut the half, in half, and cut of the half in half, you following? Okay, it should make maybe four slices on the rest of potato. You should get eight slices, if you chop evenly, it's going to cook evenly, common sense. So how you season these, you can season them any way you want, I just put a little bit of seasoning salt and then a little bit butter. You can do anything you want. Some people, put like oregano, or cayenne, you know whatever you want, toss it around. Lay it out on your baking sheet, bake it for about 5 minutes, depends how crispy you like, now, I have a thin New York strip steak. Very delicious. It cost eight bucks for like three loaves, steakhouse style. I'm just going to do mine very simple. Kocher salt and black pepper. I started liking Kocher salt now because it's amazing. So if you want to do your steak like steakhouse style, do some garlic powder on it, onion powder, whatever you like. Put some olive oil in that pan and I'm doing that on an iron pan. And I got a donation of cast-iron pans from these people called brandy and Brent. They're very, very nice people. When I started doing my cooking videos, Brent, a.k.a Tasty Garlic, that’s his YouTube name, you should check him out and subscribe from him. But the first time he saw my videos, I think he was very impressed. And I think he wanted to donate his especial pans to me, so I'm cooking on my cast-iron. After about 2 minutes, you want a nice brown crust on that and just seals all the yummy juices on the inside. And I'm cooking mine about maybe a little bit pinkish. So look at how any ways you want,. I'm Minh Chau, thanks for watching, see you next time.