Only the Best Steak Recipes
Barbecued Cowboy Steaks
Those with Texas-size appetites will require an entire steak; for most others even the heartiest of meat lovers half of one of these rib...
Blackened Steak Salad
balsamic vinegar, black pepper, blue cheese, butter, cayenne, dijon mustard, oregano, thyme, garlic powder, green pepper, olive oil, paprika, red onions, salt, beef, tomato
One of the most-requested items on the lunch menu at the Chicago Chop House. The restaurant adds roasted red-skinned potatoes and sautéed mushrooms, too.
Company Steak with Bearnaise Butter
Bearnaise Butter melts over hot grilled or broiled steaks of your choice, making for a delicious entree that tastes like you really slaved (but you didn't). We love our steaks very rare (black & blue), but the butter's great and enhances everything from rare to well done steaks. Perfect for company! Make sure you have some bread to soak up the juices and butter. (Adapted from a recipe on epicurious.com)
Ginger Flank Steak with Sake-Glazed Vegetables
asparagus, balsamic vinegar, cornstarch, mushroom, garlic, green onion, vegetable oil, sirloin steak, red pepper, sake, soy sauce
A soy-sake marinade is the base for a delicious reduction sauce. For convenience, begin this one day ahead and refrigerate the steak in its marinade overnight.
Greek-Style Rib Eye Steaks
rib eye steak, basil, oregano, blue cheese, garlic powder, lemon juice, olive oil, black pepper, salt
"Because our children are grown, I often cook for just my husband and me. When I want to serve something special, this is the entree I usually reach for. Seasonings, black olives and feta cheese give steak great flavor. --Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana"
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Grilled Asian Flank Steak with Sweet Slaw
garlic, green onion, cabbage, sirloin steak, jalapeno, rice vinegar, soy sauce, sugar, vegetable oil
Kittencal's Beef or Pork Marinade and Tenderizer
black pepper, garlic, ginger, honey, meat tenderizer, olive oil, red wine vinegar, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce
Who ever said that marinades are only for flavor and not tenderizing has never tried this recipe! this marinade produces the most fabulous tasting beef and pork and tenderizes like nothing you have ever had before! I developed this recipe almost 20 years ago and still use it to this day, this works fabulous on a London Broil, it makes the best kabobs and pork tenderloins!--- the longer the meat marinades the more tender and juicy it will be, so plan ahead the meat needs to stay in the fridge for a minimum of 8 hours to 24 hours (even better if left for 24 hours!) the amounts listed are enough for 2 pounds beef or pork so you might want to double or even triple the ingredients, if I am doubling or tripling I usually cut back on the soy sauce and still only use 2-3 tablespoons fresh garlic, you can add in 1 teaspoon dry mustard powder also, the powdered meat tenderizer is only optional you do not have to use it this works great even without it! IMPORTANT - PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE YOUR MEAT OUT ON THE COUNTER AND BRING TO ALMOST ROOM TEMPERATURE BEFORE COOKING, THIS WILL RELAX THE MEAT FIBERS AND CREATE A JUICIER AND MORE TENDER STEAK OR CUT OF BEEF ----------------- DO NOT substitute the honey for anything else except for maple syrup, using honey will produce the best marinade!
beef broth, sirloin steak, celery, tomato, cornstarch, garlic, green pepper, soy sauce, olive oil, onions, black pepper, red pepper, sugar, water, yellow bell pepper
Comfort Food. Serve with brown rice and a salad.
We eat these as a topper for steak or baked potatoes, or as a side dish with just about anything. Easy and flavorful.
Wonderful. We serve these with grilled steak and baked potatoes.
Steak (Or Chicken) Fajitas
black pepper, chili powder, cumin, flour tortillas, garlic, hot pepper, lime juice, olive oil, onions, salt, sweet pepper, sirloin steak
These are so quick and tasty--you can use strips of boneless chicken breast instead of the beef. Feel free to double the marinade. The flavour is so great for such a short marination time...you can can do them up ahead of time and have the meat sit longer if you wish.
Steak with Parmesan Butter, Balsamic Glaze, and Arugula
Simple and sophisticated.