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Steakhouse-Style Grilled Steak

Steakhouse-Style Grilled Steak recipe
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I thought this made steak taste like it was right out of a restaurant! Very Good!
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on 1/10/2012
5 min
21 min
4 servings
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I have cooked many steaks on the grill, but this recipe is the very best! Never have I cooked a steak that was so tender with the best flavor ever! I encourage anyone who loves steaks on the grill to try this recipe, it's great.
My husband, who is not a big steak eater, said "this is as good as it gets"! He was right. This steak had such a great flavor there is certainly no reason to use steak sauce. It was awesome and we loved it!
I thought this was great! I did add 1 tsp of salt to the rub; since I only put the rub on 10 minutes before grilling, I wasn't worried about the salt drying the meat or making it weep too much. We grilled it to medium and I used a NY strip.
Delicious flavor. I used the seasonings as a rub just before placing on the grill. The immediate aroma was mouth watering. My steak had to go on the frill first as i like mine more on the done side vs my husband's desire for medium.
Some people see sugar and think that it will ruin a steak.........nonsense! Merely two teaspoons of sugar along with salt, pepper and garlic powder enhance the flavor and do not at all take away from the beef flavor. Now take A-1 sauce or any other sauce and I say that is a No-No! Sauces definitely ruin a good steak. The taste of vinegar in these sauces is awful. All in all, this is very good!!
what a waste of a Good steak! I have to agree sugar does not belong on a good cut of meat.
Why would you use brown sugar on a steak. Try using Maggi's Seasoning with some butter or oil and mix together by putting the two ingredients in a cup and in the microwave. Each time you turn steak brush with this sauce.
I added Worch sauce and fresh ground peppercorns as well.
I add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice to this and use finely chopped fresh garlic instead of garlic powder. And of course fresh ground pepper is always better than preground pepper in a can. I agreee with other review that letting it sit in the fridge for about an hour really lets the flavors soak into the meat...yummy!!
There should be a law against putting sugar on a steak. I can go along with the garlic, salt and pepper. You never have to marinade a tenderloin steak. It is always tender.
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