A simple marinade, heavy on the bourbon and seasoned with soy sauce is all this steak needs before crisping up under the broiler.
Round steak is broiled and then served in pita pockets with a tomato, onion and olive mixture. Topped with feta cheese.
This is a recipe for a London Broil marinade with Italian dressing and Tabasco sauce, inspired by the help of my grandmother. Marinate overnight or even 2 days before if possible.
Faster and less-expensive than other steak/seafood dishes! Shrimp and strip steaks are marinaded in succulent sauces, and then brought together under the broiler. Marinating times included.
The marinade and the attention to detail -- the long marinade, massaging and turning the steak while it marinates, allowing it to return to room temp before broiling -- all make this the very best my friends and family have ever had.
Rick's signature dish: He had contestants cook tomahawk steaks (a.k.a. cowboy steaks) when he guested on Top Chef.
A terrific cut of steak for the grill. Served with Rick's Red Wine Sauce; you'll find it that recipe if you search by the title.
A zesty steak recipe that is easy to make, combining the wonderful flavor of seared steak with the tanginess of mustard.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
Break out the blowtorch to finish off this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Break out the blowtorch to finish off this delicious steak with a mustard crust. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Bust out your welding equipment to finish cooking this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
You'll be the envy of the your cooking pals when you break out a blowtorch to put the final touches on this steak. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Just getting the flames of the grill isn't enough for this steak. You need to finish the job with a quick scorch under a kitchen blowtorch. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Fire-lovers, it doesn't get better than this. Cook this steak on the grill, then finish it off with the blue flame of the kitchen blowtorch. Inspired by CarolineMiLiArtiss' "How To Cook The Perfect Steak"
Not your average French dip, not with a generous helping of cheese and garlic. Cooks up fast so you get get back to the man cave with a plate of amazing sandwiches without missing much of the game.
A hot lunch with flavor and crunch. These steak sandwiches are stuffed with a Thai-style coleslaw with fresh cilantro and mint.
Imagine: Every bite a mix of steak, sweet, and spicy. And you can cook this in less than 30 minutes. Ditch your current dinner plans and make this happen. Recipe calls for broiling this steak, but you could also grill it (on high, about 5 minutes per side.)
A simple seasoning for steak. Nothing fancy here, steak is the star--so the better the steak you buy, the better this is going to be.
A host of flavors team up on this easy broiled sirloin steak. There's chili, lime, red peppers, garlic, horseradish--your taste buds will be working overtime.