Just because it's raining or chilly outside, or the grill sounds like too much work, doesn't mean you have to give up that steak dinner. Cook your sirloin steak in a cast-iron skillet using these recipes.
Think of it as a steak sandwich inside out. Instead of two slabs of bread, a few breadcrumbs take their place among cheese and tomatoes as a small hat for your grilled sirloin.
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."
Celebrate Sicily with this steak, marinaded and topped with Sicily's traditional wine. Inspired by Paul In Michigan's "Steak Marsala"
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.
A quick and easy stir fry, with the ancient flavor of sesame. Guys have been eating sesame flavor for as long as they've been cooking...maybe even longer. Wikipedia tells us this: "According to Assyrian legend, when the gods met to create the world, they drank wine made from sesame seeds."
Flavor packs this steak like the bases right before a grand slam. Inspired by billyergs' "Flat Iron Steak with a Bacon & Mushroom Cream Sauce"
A classic recipe for a big piece of sirloin steak. Sherry and butter add major taste to an incredible mushroom gravy.
No boring old ham and cheese sandwich for you. This amazing, flavorful sandwich with sauteed steak, onions and peppers may be the best thing piled between a roll you have this year.
Spiced-up butter gives this cast-iron skillet steak a big dose of flavor.
You're ten minutes away from smoky, spicy sirloin steak coming hot out of the oven.