Get the barbecue ready! Find your favourite steak recipe in this comprehensive steak collection.
These steaks are traditionally prepared in a skillet to capture all the meaty juices and brown bits for the peppercorn sauce. However, you can grill the steaks and prepare the sauce on the side, if desired.
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This is the ultimate quick barbecue recipe. What could be simpler than brushing the same flavourings on both the steak and vegetables to grill side by side?
Serve these hearty supper sandwiches with tangy coleslaw, a crisp green salad or grilled corn on the cob.
This Chilean fresh herb salsa, called pebre, is similar to the Argentine chimichurri. Here it is used as a marinade and served on the side as a condiment.
A smoky and spicy marinade brings out the best in lean flank steak. To make supper come together even faster, marinate the steak up to 8 hours ahead—just don't add the salt until you're ready to grill, as it will dry out the beef. Our fresh Heirloom Tomato Salad is the perfect side for this spicy dish.
The larger, firmer and starchier cousin to bananas, plantains are best when the skin is mostly black with some yellow. Grilling brings out their inherent sweetness, and the mildly spiced steak and refreshing coleslaw will have you dreaming of the Caribbean. Serve with lime wedges, if desired.
Bring dinner to the table in this all-in-one platter presentation for an easy way to entertain. Other lean beef options you can choose are Beef Sirloin Tip or Strip Loin Grilling Steak. Each serving is an excellent serving of iron and a very high source of fibre.
A thick-cut T-bone or porterhouse works best for this Italian-style steak. Standing it up on the base of the T-bone heats up the bone, which helps cook this extra-thick cut through to the centre. The tenderloin piece cooks faster than the strip loin, so serve it to the people who prefer their steak a bit more done.
Grill the ultimate steak by preheating the grill and not overhandling the meat (don't turn and poke it constantly). Letting it rest before slicing gives the juices a chance to redistribute in the meat so the steak will still be juicy when cut.
There are two steps to braising. First you brown the meat to seal in the juices, then
cover and cook it with a small amount of liquid at a low temperature for a long
time to break down the fibres.
This is a wonderfully easy recipe for even a beginner and is something that you can put into a slow cooker in the morning or into the oven when you get home from work.
The robust flavour of Roquefort cheese goes a long way in this butter, which forms a delicious quick sauce as it melts over these steaks.
This Mexican-style steak isn't spicy at all. A dash of cumin and coriander work together to create earthy flavours for this easy-grilling cut of beef.
Bob and Arlene Choquette of Second to None Meats in Calgary say, “Our beef stands alone. Naturally raised and grain-fed finished Alberta beef has a flavour you should experience on its own.” However, they're happy to share this marinade.
In large bowl, whisk together minced garlic, 1 tbsp (15 mL) of the chopped sage, 2 tbsp (25 mL) olive oil, vinegar and 1/4 tsp (1 mL) each salt and pe...
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