Steak is a meal you can eat year-round, but when the weather warms up & the grills come back out, steak becomes a more frequent choice. Grilling a good steak, without any fixings, is a fantastic choice, but we sometimes find ourselves wanting to add a little more. Here are some tips and recipes to take your steak meals to a new level.
This is one of our best steak recipes. Although bacon-wrapped steaks may sound common, using high-quality bacon that holds up well on the grill is key (hint, hint - Burgers' Smokehouse bacon). We also suggest adding just the right amount of herbs & butter for an extra savory eating experience.
This recipe involves a few unique ingredients and steps but is well worth the wait. There are so many flavors that compliment the smoky flavor of grilling the steak. This recipe is a treat for your family or a great way to impress guests! Although shown with ribeye eye steaks, it can be used with any of our hand-cut steaks.
If you love garlic & Worcestershire sauce, this recipe is for you! We love this recipe because it's full of flavor, but uses staple kitchen pantry ingredients and is easy to follow along and complete no matter what your skill level is when it comes to preparing steaks.
This recipe really is perfect. It's savory, it's hearty and it has just a little Asian inspired flavor, but is not overwhelming. It lets the natural flavor of the steak shine through, but amplifies the overall flavor and leaves you enjoying your steak even more than you thought possible.
This recipe is perfect for you if you like to grow your own herbs, especially parsley! It's such a fresh and light compliment to a smoky grilled steak. If you have not tried chimichurri before, we suggest you hurry to do so this year. Tip: If you make too much chimichurri, freeze extra in ice cube trays and thaw when you are grilling your next steak!
We hope one of these recipes will end up on your menu this year! From using fresh herbs & vegetables to savory delights like soy sauce, these recipes are sure to delight anyone at the table. Enjoy!