Steak cooked in an air fryer.

The process of preparing the ideal steak at home may appear to be an intimidating endeavor. It is possible for even the most enthusiastic home cooks to experience some stress while they are attempting to achieve the ideal sear, achieve the correct level of doneness, and avoid splattering oil.

Having said that, what if we told you that there was a more straightforward approach? The air fryer is a magical appliance.

Within a little more than ten minutes, you will have a steak that is perfectly cooked and ready to be slathered with homemade herb butter.

All you need to do is place your steak in the air fryer (there is no need to sear it prior!). Turn to this steak supper if you are searching for a Valentine's Day dinner that will wow without adding any more worry (or a filthy kitchen) to your cooking experience. 

 A variety of steak. Even though we recommend using a thick-cut ribeye for this dish, you are free to use the air fryer even if you prefer a different cut of meat altogether! Simply make sure that the amount of time you spend cooking the steak is proportional to its thickness.

The butter of your compound. We really enjoy the way that the minced garlic is combined with chives, parsley, rosemary, and thyme in this recipe; but, if you want to try something else, you can use any mix of soft and hard herbs that you want. 

Ingredients such as oregano, basil, and even sage are examples of others that could be extremely wonderful. your chosen level of doneness and the thickness of your steak are two factors that will determine the outcome. 

Our steak was cooked to a medium doneness with a bone-in ribeye, which took approximately 12 to 14 minutes. It is likely that your steak will be ready in approximately ten minutes if you choose to cook it medium-rare with the same cut. 

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