Lemongrass, peaches, eggplant and tomatoes make a flavorful sauce for tender London Broil.
This quick weekday meal uses pre-sliced sandwhich steak for a delicious Asian-flavored stir-fry.
An overnight sit with beer and grated onions tenderizes this cut, then a quick grill alongside thickly sliced onions finishes the job!
A marinade of lime, orange, garlic, cumin and oregano add Cuban flavor to this delicious beef cut. Serve with lime wedges!
Coconut milk, ginger, garlic and chiles provided a mellow heat and deep flavor, and the cubes of beef fat in between the pieces of meat baste the kabobs and keep them tender.
Three recipes to delight your tastebuds! These are particularly suited to Chuck Steak and Pepper Steak, flavorful cuts that benefit from an acidic marinade to tenderize the meat. These recipes range from simple to a little more involved, but if you’re someone who likes to just get the general gist of a recipe and shoot…
This one comes from Shannon Hayes at the Grassfed Gourmet, with the salt omitted for kosher meat (add salt to taste at the table). Perfect for leaner steaks such as Shoulder Steak or London Broil. 1 tablespoon dried thyme 1 tablespoon dried rosemary 2 tablespoons dried oregano 1 teaspoon ground fennel 2 teaspoons garlic powder…
This recipe from Allan Ashkinaze uses just a pinch of sugar to help create a caramelized crispy skin. We’ve modified the recipe to make it suitable for kosher meat (ie, omitted the salt). Make sure your meat is at room temperature before grilling so it won’t stick to the grill. Ashkinaze Rib-Eye Recipe originally appeared…
Mouth-watering Rib-Eye steaks and a velvety sauce — all in one pan!
Pepper Beef Steak gets a fun new spin with a chimichuri of cilantro, pimiento, balsamic and mustard (leave out the latter for a great kosher for Passover recipe).
London Broil with fresh vegetable relish and a sauce you might want to won’t be able to get enough of!
What’s in a name? This post explaines why London Broil and Minute London Broil have such peculiar names, and the characteristics of these tender cuts that make them particular favorites for flavorful marinades.
This has become one of our favorite ways to cook sandwich steak. Spicy and flavorful!
Naf’s Notes: Learn about Skirt Steak and how to cook it!
Here’s an exciting variation on traditional pepper steak, with the summery addition of fresh pineapple! Can be made ahead and reheated.
This is Naf’s mother’s tried-and-true steak marinade recipe, which can also be used for shish kabobs. The recipe is easily doubled or tripled to serve a crowd!
Here’s the recipe for our favorite Steak Rub (perfect for Hanger Steak or Rib Eye Steak), and instructions for timing a meal of steak and grilled vegetables.
Here is our absolute favorite steak cooking method. The spice rub compliments the flavors of the pastured beef, and the indirect cooking method results in a crispy crust and moist interior that will blow your mind!