Cooking Sirloin Steak can be quite fun and delicious when you are educated on exactly how to do it the right way. For whatever the reason there are times when grilling steaks outdoors is not an option. There are many different ways to cook a sirloin steak, but we are going to explain how to oven cook or broil sirloin steak. A popular question we have been asked a lot is how to cook a sirloin steak in the oven. The key is to look at this as a two step process.

First is the process to sear a steak or also known as pan fry steak. The second step is to actually cook the steak in the oven. Many people are also asking us how long do I cook top sirloin steaks in the oven? How thick the steak is will determine exactly how long you should cook the steaks for. We recommend a thick cut at 1 ½ to 2 inches steak be left in the pre-heated 400 degree oven, after the browning step is complete, for 8-10 minutes for medium doneness. Obviously the two extremes which is rare and well done will be quite a lot different from this. Another method of cooking that you can use to cook sirloin steaks is broiling.

The question on how do you broil sirloin steak will be briefly covered by reading further. Depending on the thickness of the sirloin steak, you could cook the steak in its entirety under the broiler. Unfortunately doing this will most likely result in the steak being to dry and overcooked. We recommend a different more meat friendly approach which we cover on the efoodschool.com website. How long to broil top sirloin steak depends on how well do you want your steak.