Monday, 8 April 2013

Grilled Steak Recipe

Grilled Steak

I originally got the idea for this recipe from Jamie Oliver and this is my version of it. I probably make it every week or two, and is pretty much one of my favorite meal, It's my go-to for special occasions. And its seriously absolutely delicious. Hope the recipe works out for you! Enjoy!

Sirloin Grilling Steak
Salt & Pepper
Bertolli ClassicoOlive Oil
1 Clove Garlic
Fresh or dried Rosemary


1.) Season the steak with a healthy amount of salt and pepper. Preferably sea salt and black pepper, give better flavour. 

Rub it in nicely so it doesn't come off.

2.) Put a pan on medium heat while you're getting the rest of the steak ready. It should be well heated before you put anything in the pan. Coat both sides of the steak with olive oil, about a tablespoon on either side. Also, do not put olive oil in the pan. It needs to be dry and heated up when you finally put the steak on.

3.) Put the steak  in the pan and keep in on medium heat. Change sides at around 1 minute intervals. It should start looking like this and should start getting darker, and more delicious.

4.) When its almost cooked to your liking (ie rare, medium, well-done, etc.) Take the clove of garlic and rub it over the steak a couple of times. I know it seems weird, but it really does make a difference. If you don't have any garlic cloves (which is dumb because you always should) a bit of garlic powder is fine as well. Then take some fresh sprigs of rosemary and brush them over the steak. I don't have fresh rosemary, so dried rosemary leaves are fine. I just sprinkle them over. Do this on both sides, and make sure you put each side back on the pan one more time.
Overall the steak should be cooking for about a total of 15ish minutes depending on how you like it.

My favorite side for this dish is my roasted red potatoes (pictured below). You can find the recipe for those Here


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