How to Pan Fry Beef Round Eye Steak

By Tom Ross

Pan frying beef round eye steak is a fast, simple technique that results in a lean, tasty and protein-rich meal. Beef eye steak is a small, boneless steak weighing 6 to 8 oz. with a thin trim of fat on two sides. The eye is a small round shaped steak that can be used in stews and for cube steak. It is prepared in a number of ways, one of which is the well-known Steak Diane.


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Step 1

Carve beef steaks into ¾-inch thick slices and, if desired, cut away the external fat along two sides of the steak. Removing the fat does make for a leaner meal, but as the fat melts in the skillet, it contributes additional oil as well as flavor.


Step 2

Rub each side of the steak with salt and pepper and brush each side with Worcestershire sauce.


Step 3

Place the steaks in the pan and fry for approximately 5 minutes on each side, turning the steaks only once.