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Grilling a steak

Yes I know, they belong on a barbeque, but I've got a couple of gorgeous AAA Alberta sirloins that I'm dying to cook. BBQ ain't here yet, so I have to do it in a pan. Not much experience grilling steaks, so help a brutha out.

I was thinking I'd season them, then try to sear them on med-hi heat for a minute or 2 on each side, then lower the heat to 3 or 4 and cook them through slowly.


I'll be serving a mediterranean salad (I hesitate to call it Greek cuz no olives ) on the side, and maybe garlic toast.

Can anyone offer any tips?
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That's disgusting, look at all that blood. I think you should send them to me.

Personally, I wouldn't cook it on the stove, but I'm sure someone would help.

For me, Hawaiian sea salt, fresh ground pepper, and 3 mins per side over a hot bed of coals. Done.



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Re: Grilling a steak

Just picked up our 1/2 beef on Saturday. Raised by my wife's brother, fresh cut to order. We had a bit left over from last year, so the freezer is plenty full.
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Just picked up our 1/2 beef on Saturday. Raised by my wife's brother, fresh cut to order. We had a bit left over from last year, so the freezer is plenty full.
That's the best... I had a roomate who's parents owned a cattle ranch... no shortage of fresh cuts of beef.

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Yes I know, they belong on a barbeque, but I've got a couple of gorgeous AAA Alberta sirloins that I'm dying to cook. BBQ ain't here yet, so I have to do it in a pan. Not much experience grilling steaks, so help a brutha out.

I was thinking I'd season them, then try to sear them on med-hi heat for a minute or 2 on each side, then lower the heat to 3 or 4 and cook them through slowly.


I'll be serving a mediterranean salad (I hesitate to call it Greek cuz no olives ) on the side, and maybe garlic toast.

Can anyone offer any tips?
You don't have a broiler in your range? That's what they put them in there for: Broiling stuff . . .
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Re: Grilling a steak

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/off...s-esp-bbq.html

Same schizzle works in the broiler, with pretty good results...

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MAD COW!!!!!!

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https://www.fireblades.org/forums/off...s-esp-bbq.html

Same schizzle works in the broiler, with pretty good results...
Damn I wish I'd seen that thread... That's ok, they turned out pretty damn good. I rubbed them with some mesquite seasoning and finished with a bit of chipotle Tabasco. Nice and tender, medium rare. These were fine enough pieces of meat that it would have taken a deliberate effort to eff them up.

And to carry on the debate from that oldie... I have never marinated a steak, unless it's some $1.99 tough-ass marinating steak, but I wouldn't buy that **** anyway.

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MAD COW!!!!!!
No if there's any more BSE on our fields we're using the "Shoot, Shovel, and Shut up" strategy.

I see now the US has banned canadian poultry because a couple of chickens in BC had some strain of non-threatening avian flu. I think every ******* bird has some variation of it. Pretty powerful beef and poultry producer lobbies in the states. They just love having excuses like this to eliminate their Canadian competition. NAFTA be damned. Ok rant over.

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Re: Grilling a steak

My grilling method:

Sea Salt
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
Garlic Salt
Onion Powder

Get the grill HOT, grill 2 mins each side. Lower the heat to medium, and go another 4 mins a side.

*Adjust times based on meat thickness and grill temp.

Should be perfectly Medium - Medium rare.

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Re: Grilling a steak

looks tasty, phobe.....no baked potato?
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Re: Grilling a steak

nah, I try to not eat potatoes every day. Just had the salad and a slice of garlic-buttered rye toast. Made chicken curry last night with potatoes so we're good for a while.

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No carbs at night eh?

Sounds familiar...



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No carbs at night eh?

Sounds familiar...
Ya... I've eaten that way for long enough that I don't feel the need for a big pile of starch on my plate at dinner-time.

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It's new to me, but despite really loving carbs, I actually like it better. I sleep better too.



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