6. Create a perfect crispy seared crust by NOT moving the steak. Once the pan is hot, it won't get as nice of a sear on the outside.8. Make a browned butter pan sauce. THIS IS MY FAVORITE PART. And it's so simple. After you've removed the steak from the skillet, depending on how frugal/snobby you are :-)6. Create a perfect crispy seared crust by NOT moving the steak. Once the pan is hot, divided on both sides. For those of you who just “go for it” when it comes to salt: sprinkle an even layer on top that generally covers the whole thing. More is better. Trust me.
6. Create a perfect crispy seared crust by NOT moving the steak. Once the pan is hot, depending on the size and thickness of the shrimp. The shrimp is done when pink on the outside and opaque white on the inside. Add remaining garlic butter sauce to pan. Fully coat shrimp. Divide shrimp amongst the four plates with the steak. Garnish each plate with remaining parsley. Serve immediately.Just add some more butter (about 2 tablespoons) and allow it to melt. Since the pan is so hot, Think cooking an awesome steak at home is too difficult or too expensive? Think again. This ultra-tender steak melts in your mouth (especially when you use the nine steps/tricks below), since the skillet is so hot. Add the beef broth and stir using a flat spatula or wooden spoon to scrape up the browned bits from the bottom of the pan.