Top 10 Steak Recipes

A steak is a beautiful thing. It is the pinnacle of grilling and I understand that a good steak doesn't need much help. Lightly season, sear it hot and fast, and dive in. Why do you need a recipe? You need a recipe because there is so much more you can do to get that perfect steak and to add variety to your dinners. These Top 10 Steak Recipes work with the best of the best as well as those less than tender or less than flavorful cuts we call steak. Take a look. I know you will find something fantastic. If you have any questions about when your steak will be done to perfection, check out my Steak Temperature Guide.


The Ultimate Restaurant Steak

Have you ever wondered why the steaks from fancy restaurants are so good? They use a number of tricks to get their steaks seared hot and fast so they can achieve that perfect medium rare internal temperature and still have a thick, caramelized crusty surface. Some restaurants use very expensive broilers to do this and others use the method described here. The secret to the perfect steak is a combination of flavorings and intense contact heat. The perfect way to get this high heat is with heavy metal and by that, a heavy cast iron skillet. So, save yourself the luxury prices and make the perfect restaurant steak at home.

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Grilled Tomahawk Steaks

There is nothing more satisfying than one of these gigantic tomahawk rib eye steaks. Purchase two of these bad boys and you’ll be eating leftovers for a week. Usually, this amount serves about 4-5 people unless you’re surrounded by big eaters, then one each will have to do. The spice rub is delicious but simple. I recommend a reverse sear method for this recipe and the use of a charcoal grill. However, a gas grill will work well too.

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Herb-Rubbed T-Bone Steaks

These T-Bone steaks are rubbed with a delicious seasoning paste and grilled hot and fast. There is nothing better than a great steak and this one is definitely that.

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Pellet Grill Cowboy Steak

There is nothing more rewarding than biting into a perfectly cooked cowboy steak. And even better, we take these bad boys to the pellet grill for a low and slow cook, then reverse sear them to form a delicious crust on the outside. This steak will be one of the best you’ve ever had.

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Grilled Sirloin Flap Steak

Also referred to as sirloin tips, the sirloin flap steak is another thin steak that works really well on the grill. I suggest marinating it for several hours and cooking it hot and fast on the grill. This cut of meat works well with any flavor combination and a rather economical cut. Give this one a try next time you’re in the grilling mood.

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Quick n’ Easy T-Bone Steaks

If you’re a steak lover, then look no further. This quick and easy t-bone steak recipe will quell that hankering really fast. Just add a few simple ingredients, grill hot and fast, and you’ll have a fantastic steak in no time. I recommend cooking these on charcoal, but a gas range will work just fine.

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Grilled Chuck Eye Steaks

Though they are growing in popularity, most people are still unaware of the deliciousness of a grilled chuck eye steak. They are just as tender and rich with beefy flavor as a ribeye steak, but with beef prices on the rise, chuck steaks are a great choice for those on a budget.

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Reverse Seared Tomahawk Steaks

A simple way to prepare a great tomahawk steak. These go well with just about any side, but grilled vegetables are highly recommended.

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Pellet Grill New York Strip

Need a quick and easy New York strip recipe using your pellet grill? Look no further! A simple seasoning rub goes a long way for these steaks. Start with coarse salt, freshly ground black pepper and build from there. I tend to gravitate toward savory additions like garlic and onion, but I will add an herb, like dried marjoram or basil, from time to time.

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Steak Pinwheels with Chimichurri

Flat iron strips stuffed with a flavorful chimichurri sauce and cooked right on the grill. Perfectly delicious. What else can you ask for?

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Top 10 Steak Recipes