SteakStones Hot Stone Cooking System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We’re always looking for creative new ways to cook up a nice sirloin steak, and these innovative SteakStones could be the most creative way yet.

While it may be a new way to cook a steak, it’s certainly not complex. Simply heat up the lava stone in the oven between 300 and 350 degrees, and once you remove the stone, you’re ready to cook. The stone will allow you to cook steak, shrimp, really any meat you’d like for up to 30 minutes after removal from the heat source. There are several different sets including their main and starter sets, steak plate, the bowl for Asian inspired dishes, and the sharing platter seen above. The SteakStones can also be frozen for serving ice cream desserts. [Purchase]

SteakStones Hot Stone Cooking System 2

Prawns and scallops

SteakStones Hot Stone Cooking System 4

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