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A choice rib-eye or better does not need marinade, but a lesser cut or grade may. Several good ones have been listed.
for future reference
What this guy says. Ill add melted butter as well. Especially on quality meats like whole foods. Sometimes I'll substitute balsamic vinegar for olive oil since balsamic has olive oil in it. If I want some sweet flavor ill mix in a separate bowl: sweet baby rays honey BBQ sauce, sticky fingers Carolina sweet BBQ sauce, worchiture sauce, maybe a lil a1. Mix together and apply to steak. Step one though is olive oil, sea salt, cracked pepper no matter what. I've avoided dales bc of super high salt content. Salt placed on steak for overnight marinades like dales can extract juices from inside steak and dry them out. So I been told.
Coke is a great cutting agent. Also tenderizes the meat a little
My wife just coats the steaks with Montreal Steak Seasoning.
It is excellent.
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For future reference-great ideas!
While I do occasionally use Dales on lower quality cuts......You really can't beat a little oil, salt, pepper on a great steak. I you feel it necessary to hide the flavor of steak, eat something else. Just thinking out loud......
Via the movie Cowboy Way: "Oh, just knock its horns off, wipe its nasty ass, and chunk it right here on this plate."
Sugar Charred Steak
two teaspoons Kosher salt
two teaspoons fresh ground black pepper
one teaspoon granulated garlic
five tablespoons white sugar
mix spices in a bowl
get some nice thick ribeyes (you need the fat) and place them on a platter
generously cover the top of the steaks with the spice mixture and gently pat it with your hand (wash your hands first) and allow the steaks to sit on the counter for 45 minutes to an hour at room temperature
after they have rested for that time flip them over and repeat on the other side
while side two is resting, light your grill if using charcoal (this works best)
after side two has rested for 45 minutes to an hour, put the steaks on the grill directly over the coals
do not worry about the flame up - this is what you want and the more the better
cook them to desired doneness, let rest for a few minutes and serve
I have done this more times than I can count, and I have given this recipe out countless times - everyone loves it, and my kids request it constantly.
Definately gonna try this!
This will sound crazy. You just have to trust me on this one. A mix salt, fresh cracked pepper and expresso or fine ground coffee together in a bowl. Rub in the steaks, then cover with beer for an hour or so. Make sure that you do not knock the rub off when pouring the beer. Grill to your preferred temperature.
I got the idea to use the expresso from Outback a couple of years ago. They ran an expresso rubbed steak for a limited time. It was the best steak I've ever had from Outback. I've played around using expresso in my steak rub ever since then.
Olive oil, white balsamic vinegar & Worcestershire. Enjoy
I only use salt, pepper and rub a little canola oil on my steaks. I don't want my steaks tasting any other way except like a steak.
Can't go wrong with this one! I'll use white pepper instead of black sometimes. Great flavor.
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