Been wanting to grill some steak for dinner?
Having a hard time perfecting their temperatures?
Don’t worry because our team has your back! This is your one-stop guide for cooking that PERFECTLY DONE steak.
Steaks are DELICIOUS -- we know that much.
But why does grilling it have to be SO HARD?
We understand you… recipes are easy to follow, but results will be different without the right temperature and grilling time to guide you.
Before we tell you our recipe, you first have to FULLY UNDERSTAND this:
You’re good to go...
Yes, we mean it: 30 minutes.
Get your filets to room temperature so that your steaks are cooked PERFECTLY according to the grill guides.
We want the filets to reach the grill while it’s at HIGH HEAT.
The grilling guides provide the measurements for the internal temperature of the steak and NOT the grill.
This makes or breaks your steak!
Ample seasoning brings out ALL the mouthwatering feelings in you so really DO season generously.
Of course, balance this to prevent making your steak too salty.
Remember: THE STEAK SHOULD STAND OUT.
This is to prevent your filets from sticking to the grill!
Feel free to add more olive oil whenever you feel like the grills are sticking over onto one side of the filet.
Make sure that you position your cuts over the MOST INTENSE HEAT on your grill.
Follow the grilling guide for the recommended times and internal temperature you should be monitoring!
For this recipe, we’ll cook it at MEDIUM RARE: 130°F at 5 minutes per side
Feel free to put sprigs of rosemary over the meat for a more earthy feel. We personally RECOMMEND you try it!
Again, remember to follow the grilling guide.
Remove it once you’re fully confident that the internal temperature is right according to the grill guide: 130°F for medium rare.
Once ready, let the meat rest for around 5-10 minutes before serving!
If you plan to serve the steak in smaller cuts, remember to cut AGAINST THE GRAIN.
Do this so that it will be easier for you to cut them along the grain while eating.
Both are correct answers! It all depends on the flavor you prefer.
Gas grills are easier to manage. They feature two-zone grilling where you can opt to expose your filets to its HIGHEST HEAT AND LOWEST HEAT.
Again, this is for you to control your internal temperatures better.
We’ll say it again: keep your grill at around 450°F and FOLLOW THE GRILL GUIDE.
Steaks are almost always associated with their degree of doneness.
Why? Because it’s what gives them the FLAVOR and the DISTINCTION.
There’s just something so mouthwatering with the idea of getting different tastes and textures depending on their temperature.
But more than the measurements, there are also VISUAL CUES that tell you about your steak’s temperature: COLOR.
Of course, this will only be visible to you once you’ve finally sliced the steaks open.
Don’t ruin a perfect day with a wrongly cooked steak.
Follow this recipe and grilling guide! Have you tried it out yourself? Let us know in the comments below.
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