Salmon steak should be cooked in the oven at 375 degrees F.
Steak should never ever be cooked in the oven. Buy a grill, or find one to use, but do not cook it in the oven at all costs. oh, and I would guess around 425 degrees if you're dead set on it.
i cook my steak at about 425*-475* for 3-7 min per sided depending on thickness
If it is stuffed roast cook to 165 degrees. If it is a pork chop then cook it to desired temperature like a steak but most people like it medium due to the texture of medium rare and rare.
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I would aim for the 160-165 range. Most pathogenic microorginisms of concern should have a sufficient kill at that temp. However if there has been no penetration through tenderization, marinading, knives etc the inside of the steak should not have been exposed to any pathogenic bacteria. The outside should definitely reach this temperature range - but hypothetically if the interior has not been penetrated or ground up - it should be safe at a lower temperature. This is why it is okay to have a rare steak but not a rare hamburger. === === Only cook your steak that high if you like it well done. Sources vary in relating the degree of doneness with temperature. See Related Links.
You don't cook good quality steak frozen. You may as well buy a piece of Devon.
There is no reason to pre-cook a steak. As long as you don't try to cook it too fast and allow it to come up to full temperature, you should be fine. A meat thermometer is very useful to make sure you reach the desired level of doneness.
Don't cook it so fast nor at a high temperature. Lower the temperature you usually cook your steaks at and increase the time you're cooking them.
you do not wanna cook steak because you would have to cook a lot
this depends on how big the steak is, how well done you like it, and weather or not you grilled or seared it before putting it in the oven. it is best to go by the temperature of the meat rather than the cooking time.
for a steak one inch thick cook for 7 minutes, flip it over and cook an additional 5 minutes Depends totally on the thickness and the temperature you are cooking it at. I myself have a 1500 degree char broiler and it takes about four minutes to hit 140 degrees internal temperature on a one inch steak. If I cooked it under there for 12 minutes it would be charcoal.