A great way to create a grilled-like chuck steak. I have a grill with side burners and prefer doing it outside, but then, I do everything outside.
Very easy, sophisticated and versatile steak marinade, with a hint of spice from peppercorns.
This is an extremely simple way to cook a Kansas City Strip to perfection in a skillet, broiler, indoor grill, or the good old fashioned bbq grill.
A great sauce to enhance the flavor of your steak.
Nothing beats the flavor of steak, seared and tender. This is a mans recipe with class.
A flavorful steak soaked in red wine, with just a hint of heat from pepper. Inspired by "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns," by BigStupidFingers.
Make a tender, flavorful steak when you pour some red wine in this marinade. Then, maybe pour some in a glass? Your call, there's plenty left over. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
Your road to tasty steak starts with a pour of red wine. Plenty left over to enjoy at dinner, too. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
Get tender, flavorful steak with a short soak in this simple marinade. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
An easy steak for beginning cooks, with the simplest of marinades. Can you open a bottle or wine? You can make this one. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
An inexpensive option for steak. Skirt steak ain't the most tender, but a long soak in red wine helps. (When doesn't it?) Inspired by "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns," by BigStupidFingers.
The bold flavor of red wine gives this steak big taste. Inspired by "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns," by BigStupidFingers.
Great comfort food, done quickly. Recipe includes a homemade gravy, but you could also make one from a mix or use gravy from a jar. Or, make the gravy ahead of time and warm it up when you're ready to eat.
Tasty skillet-fried comfort food with a dash of sweetness from a "gravy" of honey and blue cheese.
Fried meat and gravy. What could be better? Born (probably) in Germany, imported to America, this dish is so popular in the Southwest it's been named part of Oklahoma's official state meal.
The perfect dish for a special occasion, especially for people who like the taste of a good bourbon. Beef tenderloin with onions and mushrooms, jumbo shrimp and the smooth taste of the bourbon all blend very well into a delicious sweet cream. Couscous is the perfect accompaniment because of the nutty flavor from the toasted almonds. Bon Appétit! Part of the Southern Gaming Casino Cook-off presented by Four Roses Bourbon.
Steak cooked in bacon fat, then topped with a sweet and savory mix of onions and chopped bacon. Recipe calls for sirloin steak, you could also use filet mignon if cost isn't an issue.
The basics of the cheeseburger--cheese on beef--taken to gourmet extremes. Here, a mix of blue cheese and fresh herbs melt gently on tender filet mignon. You can tell your special friend this is "Filet Mignon Topped with Fresh Herbs and Blue Cheese," but, really, it's the world's classiest cheeseburger.
Tired of those tortilla wraps? This is the recipe for you. Thin sirloin steak is the wrapping for asparagus and green onions. Fried in oil and rained on by teriyaki sauce, then into your mouth for a taste treat.
A quick and easy stir fry with extra protein (and flavor) from salted cashews. Omit the cornstarch for low-carb diets--but the sauce will be runny.