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What's the Right Internal Temperature for Cooking New York Strip Steak?

The internal temp for cooking New York strip steak depends on the doneness you prefer.

You can use a meat thermometer to determine the internal temperature of a steak by sticking it into the thickest part of the meat, taking care not to let it touch bone if it's a bone-in steak. For the best results, pull the steak from the heat a few degrees shy of your target temperature, then let it rest for a few minutes before you cut into it. This will allow the carryover heat to continue cooking the meat to the proper doneness without overcooking it. It will also let the juices inside the meat redistribute so they don't run out when you cut it.

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