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How to Cook a Petite Sirloin Steak so It Remains Tender

    • 1). Place the petite sirloin in a resealable container and cover it completely with your choice of marinade.

    • 2). Cover and refrigerate the steak overnight.

    • 3). Remove the steak from the marinade and discard the marinade.

    • 4). Rub the meat on both sides with olive oil.

    • 5). Heat a frying pan over high heat or preheat the broiler.

    • 6). Place the steak in the hot frying pan or in the broiler on a baking sheet.

    • 7). Cook the steak for three to four minutes.

    • 8). Turn the steak over with tongs to cook the other side until a meat thermometer inserted into the side registers 130 degrees F.

    • 9). Remove the steak from the pan or broiler and let it rest for 10 minutes. Insert the thermometer to test that the temperature rose to 135 degrees F during the resting phase for a medium-rare steak, the ideal temperature for a petite sirloin.

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