Everyone knows that you should never freeze a steak if you don't have to. Did you invest in a cow and now have several hundred pounds of beef to store? Alright, freeze it. But buy a steak today to eat tomorrow? Just leave it in a fridge.
But how do you cook steaks that you've frozen for storage? After a water bath? A night in the fridge?
Well, according to America's Test Kitchen, you might just want to sear them from frozen.
I'm skeptical, but they did the measurements, and the frozen steaks finished much more medium rare and loss less moisture.
You can check the video here:
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But like I said.. huh.