How To Lock in the Flavor of Your Skirt Steak
What’s is the griller’s biggest mistake? Rushing to cut into their steak. As with most meat, allowing your steak to rest for 5 to 10 minutes lets the juices redistribute. The result is a juicier, more flavorful, piece of meat.
Whenever you’re cooking steak or any other red meat, be sure to let it sit before cutting. This allows the juices to settle into the meat and lock in the flavor. 5 to 10 minutes is plenty of time.