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Lemongrass is a surprising ingredient in the herb butter that tops this juicy grilled steak dinner.
Serve sliced grilled tenderloin alongside a Mediterranean-inspired salad of fennel, asparagus, grape tomatoes, and feta.
A refreshing dipping sauce of cool sour cream, creamy avocado, cucumber, and hot jalapeños adds pizazz to grilled skirt steak.
Whiskey, shallots, and Dijon mustard flavor the unforgettable butter that tops this spice-rubbed steak.
A rosemary and salt rub keeps this steak and potato recipe nice and easy; the tangy olive mayonnaise, which requires just four ingredients, makes the perfect finishing touch.
Tip: A Porterhouse typically serves two to three people. If you're feeding big appetites plan for one each and expect leftovers.
A six-ingredient marinade gives these steaks a touch of heat. Grilled chunks of pineapple, nectarine, and plum temper the spice.
Tip: For easy slicing, keep your knives sharp. We like Chef's Choice model 130 Professional Sharpening Station.
A garlicky marinade gives these simple steak skewers unbeatable flavor. A fresh avocado sauce, served on the side, adds a dinner party-worthy touch.
Tip: Granulated garlic and garlic powder (in this recipe) are made from ground dehydrated garlic; the granulated version is more coarsely ground. If substituting, use half as much powdered garlic as granulated.
These simple steaks, topped with garden-fresh heirloom tomatoes, fresh herbs, and crisp lettuce, are ready in a flash.
Tip: You can find heirloom tomatoes, ranging in color from orange to deep purple-red and green striped, at most farmers' markets.
The bright flavors of the Mediterranean -- lemon, olive oil, feta cheese, and oregano -- complement smoky paprika and brown sugar-rubbed steaks.
Tip: For perfectly grilled lemons, place the cut side down, directly over the coals, for 2 minutes.
For an easy open-face sandwich, layer tri-tip steak, shredded romaine, slivered onion, and jalapeno slices on Texas toast.
Tip: If you can't find Texas toast, try another thick-sliced white bread.
A rich and creamy corn relish and bacon add juiciness to this lean cut of meat.
Tip: If you're substituting frozen corn for fresh, you'll need 1 1/2 cups. For herb substitutes, try cilantro or Italian (flat-leaf) parsley.
Sweet summer peaches balance perfectly with the rich, savory steak for a seasonal sensation.
Steak and mushrooms pair up for a quick and easy one-skillet dinner.
Rib-eye steaks are rubbed with a flavorful mix of herbs and spices before being grilled to perfection and topped with sweet peppers.
A cracked-pepper encased beef tenderloin is topped with a balsamic-chocolate drizzle and sprinkled with blue cheese to make a decadently rich steak dish.