Steak Calculator

Steak Calculator

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Steak Definition

Do you love steak? Are you worried that you will overcook it and waste your money? If you are new to cooking stakes or if you simply want a better-tasting steak, then you can get a more exact cooking time by using a steak calculator.

Calculator Pro makes cooking steaks easy for you. Our online steak calculator works with any standard internet connection. You can access the calculator on your phone or on your computer and use it while you are in the kitchen or out by the grill. You also can embed the steak calculator onto your blog or website, which makes it a handy feature if you are a food blogger or writer.

Instead of wasting your hard-earned money and your energy on experimenting with steak cooking times, let Calculator Pro help you take the guesswork out of cooking steaks. Follow these easy, quick tips for getting the perfect steak every time.

Getting Started

You will need to know a few sets of data for the calculator to work properly. Here they are:

  1. Look on the package of your steak and determine the pounds.
  2. Decide how you would like your steak cooked, such as rare or well done.

Imputing the Information

Now it’s time to enter the information into the steak calculator. You will see a drop-down box on the calculator that lists several options, such as 1/2, 3/4, 1, and so on up to 2 pounds. Click on the number that represents the pounds of your steak. Now look at the second drop-down box. This box lists how you would like your steak cooked, such as rare, medium, and well done. Click on one of these descriptions. Now click the “Calculate!” button.

Reading Your Report

The steak calculator will return results quickly to you. Here is an example of a report you might see for a 1/2-pound steak that you would like to come out rare:

  1. First side: 2 minutes
  2. Second side: 2 minutes
  3. Internal Temperature: 120°- 130°F

What this report tells you is that you should grill your steak 2 minutes on each side, and then you should take it off the grill once the internal temperature reaches about 130 degrees Fahrenheit. To read a steak’s temperature, simply purchase a meat or steak thermometer at your local home appliance and goods store. Using a thermometer is going to give you the most accurate reading so that you do not take the steak off the grill before it is safe to eat.

But what about a two-pound steak that you want to grill to a medium temperature? Input the information in the steak calculator, and this is what will return:

  1. First side: 10 minutes
  2. Second side: 8 minutes
  3. Internal Temperature: 140°-150°F

In just seconds you know exactly what you need to do to grill a great steak!

Calculator Versatility

One of the great strengths of using a steak calculator is that it allows you to customize orders quickly and efficiently if you are hosting a dinner party with guests who like their steaks different ways. You simply input the information and in seconds you have a plan for grilling that steak to perfection.

How to Calculate Steak

Let's be honest - sometimes the best steak calculator is the one that is easy to use and doesn't require us to even know what the steak formula is in the first place! But if you want to know the exact formula for calculating steak then please check out the "Formula" box above.

Add a Free Steak Calculator Widget to Your Site!

You can get a free online steak calculator for your website and you don't even have to download the steak calculator - you can just copy and paste! The steak calculator exactly as you see it above is 100% free for you to use. If you want to customize the colors, size, and more to better fit your site, then pricing starts at just $29.99 for a one time purchase. Click the "Customize" button above to learn more!