You can serve it in tacos, on a salad, or as a main dish, which is why grilled steak is one of the most versatile summertime foods.
Philly meets the Far East in this spin on the iconic steak sandwich, developed by Anita Lo, executive chef of Annisa in New York City. Take sliced strip steak, enrobe it in a wrap, and dip it into a spicy-savory Vietnamese sauce and eat up. Sounds crazy, tastes great.
You need five simple ingredients for this basic—but tasty—grilled steak dish.
Steak is fabulous as-is, but the classic Italian peperonata sauce that goes on top of this dinner favorite is perfection. Use it for loads of different dishes, including pizza with fresh mozzarella or a topping for ricotta crostini.
A grilled steak recipe from actor and home chef Freddie Prinze, Jr. that'll get you serious props.
Spinach, eggs, and potatoes round out this grill-ready breakfast dish.
Flank steak has a tendency to get dry when cooked much beyond medium-rare, but if you keep an eye on it and cook just to medium-rare, it will be tender and juicy.
Traditionally, these peppercorn-coated fillets are sauteed in a skillet, and the rendered fat is then used to make a sauce enriched with brandy, cream, and butter. Grilling the steaks ensures that the rendered fat doesn't end up on your plate, and skipping the cream and butter cuts even more saturated fat.
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Fresh basil and cilantro combine in this green-coated grilled steak recipe.
Sure, beef fajitas are high in calories. However, beef is also one of the richest sources of iron, which helps promote healthy red blood cells that transport oxygen to muscles. Now that the temperatures are warming up, now is as good of a time as any to crank the heat up in the kitchen with this recipe for grilled beef fajitas.
Serve with thick slices of whole-grain sourdough peasant bread on top of a bed of lettuce or spinach.