4 months ago. Step 3: Cook the steak. https://jesspryles.com/recipe/how-to-cook-a-steak-with-reverse-sear-method https://www.airfryerrecipes.com/cookbook/recipe/air-fryer-rib-eye-steak https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/271044/air-fryer-rib-eye-steak A steak first cooked in a low-temp oven for a perfect interior, then seared in a super hot skillet for that flavorful dark golden crust we crave. https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a28638368/air-fryer-steak-recipe I'm planning to try this with a low temp air fryer and finish with a … Let the air fryer preheat for about three minutes before moving on. And that’s the beauty of cooking a steak in an air fryer – you can go from start to finish non-stop, without changing anything. That’s the reason you don’t see much of caramelization or charring. Lopez-Alt’s preferred method is called the “reverse-sear,” which means the steak is slow-roasted to the desired doneness and then seared (for flavor and appearance) right before it’s served, which reverses the usual sear-then-roast order of things. The reverse sear method is the ultimate way to cook thick-cut steaks like a rib eye. Add the steak to the air fryer basket and cook it for about 7 to 9 minutes for a medium-rare steak or 10 to 14 minutes for medium, flipping the steak halfway through. Don’t miss the Test Kitchen’s other secrets for air fryer success. That’s the reason an air fryer steak does not have that intensely grey, overcooked area near the surface.