Best Seared Recipes | Seared Recipe Ideas

Salt-and-Pepper Rib-Eye
A well-marbled rib-eye is so rich and flavorful on its own that it requires nothing more than salt, pepper, and fire. Build a two-zone fire so you can sear it over hot embers then finish cooking slowly over medium-low heat...
Here you have it, ladies and gentlemen, the ultimate bacon-wrapped burger. This isn’t just some burger with one slice of bacon wrapped around its sides, but it’s a perfectly weaved and wrapped bacon burger, cooked to perfection both inside and...
Mahi Mahi w Rainbow Medley
For our fish Fridays, we got the kids some mahi-mahi fillets and simply seared them on the stove top. We also included a fresh rainbow medley of diced red and green bell peppers and mangoes for some sweetness, creating a...
Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon
Filet mignon is such a tender cut of beef, you don't need to do much to make it taste amazing. This recipe just adds a bit of bacon to the mix, but it's an optional addition to a great meal...
Scallops
The Purcell Sisters combine sweet coconut with savory curry powder for a delicious sauce that perfectly complements seared scallops. A dusting of toasted sweetened coconut adds a slight crunch. A great island-style appetizer. — Allison Beck Adapted from Lauren Purcell...
Pork chop with red pepper flake flecked potatoes.
A seared, bone-in pork chop with potatoes on a cold night usually hits the spot, especially when the potatoes are liberally seasoned with red chile pepper flakes (serving them with scrambled eggs is my go-to breakfast dish). A little caramelization...
Pork Chops
Pork chops are extremely easy to make and have tender, juicy meat. You can cook them in a variety of ways, searing them on the stove, finishing them in the oven, or cooking them with vegetables and sides. This recipe...
Paprika
A good steak should be able to stand on its own. No frills, minimal fussing, and just enough heat to sear the outside and leave the inside beautifully pink and rare. But like a woman, sometimes a steak has to...
Grits
This is a sensational dinner in which the sauce for the pork chop cozies up to the grits and adds a new dimension. It’s not hard to make unless you drink too much of the Calvados while cooking. Quality matters...
Korean Braised Tofu
Growing up as a child in Korea, this dish was one of the regulars in my home-packed school lunches (dosirak/bento) which usually consisted of rice and a few side dishes. I like it braised, but you can omit braising and...