Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Perfect Steak On The Grill

To grill a perfect steak two things are important... a great cut of range fed beef and  a great seasoning. I love McCormick Grill Mates. There is no MSG, and you don't have to remember to marinate all day and still have incredible flavor. Good choices for a tender barbecued steak are, tenderloin, rib, T-bone, porterhouse,  and top sirloin. Sirloin being my last choice. I usually keep these for fajitas. 

About an hour or two before grilling I place the steaks on a baking sheet.  This gives me lots of space and a nice flat surface.  Sprinkle one side of all steaks.

Then pound gently into steaks with a meat pounder or tenderizer. These are already tender cuts so I just use the tenderizer to add some flavor.  Flip steaks and repeat to other side, with seasonings.

Heat the BBQ.  If gas, turn all sections on high.  When BBQ is ready sear steaks on each side for about 3 minutes. Then turn BBQ to MOM, meaning two outside sections on medium and inside off.  Continue to cook steaks until desired doneness.

Steaks are perfect and ready to serve. Simple and delicious.  Remember start with a great cut of steak and good quality range fed beef.


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