Fire up your grill for these sizzling steak recipes–featuring tenderloin, sirloin, New York strip, and porterhouse.
London Broil with ChimichurriCut flank steak against the grain after grilling for an extremely tender cut of meat. Herby chimichurri complements the steak's smoky flavor nicely.
Monterrey-Style Skirt Steak
Be sure to slice the steak against the grain--it'll be a little tough and chewy otherwise.
Coffee-Rubbed Skirt SteakIf you don't have chicory coffee, regular ground coffee or espresso works just as well. After grilling, slice the steak against the grain to ensure tender pieces of meat.
Korean-Style Grilled Hanger Steak with a Pickle Bar for the BeachMarinate hanger steak in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil and ginger, grill, and serve with an assortment of pickled vegetables for a Korean-inspired dinner.
Coffee and Ancho Chile Skirt Steak with Green Chile-Apple RelishIt's an unusual combination, but when coffee and chile mingle with meat, the flavor is extraordinary. The relish adds an exclamation point.
Classic Steak House Filet MignonThis simple steak house rub uses the perfect combination of seasonings to turn an ordinary steak dinner into a memorable meal.
Filet Mignon with Peppercorn-Orange SauceFor easy summer entertaining, sprinkle beef tenderloin steaks with salt and pepper, grill, then serve with a citrusy fresh herb sauce made of pureed green onions, cilantro, and green peppercorns.
Grilled Rib-eye Steaks with Miso ButterTop the grilled rib-eyes with a compound "butter" made from Japansese miso paste. Miso is a fermented soybean paste and adds a rich, earthy sort of flavor to the meat.
Vampire SteakYou guessed it—this steak recipe gives garlic a starring role in the marinade.
Rib-Eye Steaks with Pistachio Butter and AsparagusCreate an elegant grilled steak menu by topping rib-eye steaks with a savory pistachio butter and serving with grilled asparagus.
Grilled Steaks Balsamico"My, my, this was very tasty! It pleased all the members of my family, which is saying something!" says reviewer Jeannie of this grilled steak recipe.
Filet Mignon with Red Currant-Green Peppercorn Sauce"This recipe is better than any restaurant steak I've had," raves reviewer Graechameleon.
Grilled Tenderloin with Warm Vegetable Salad"This salad is easy, great-tasting, and a good side dish on its own," says reviewer KJVanCleave.
Grilled New York Steaks"This recipe was wonderful. We will certainly serve it again and again! The menu was great, too, with the red bell peppers stuffed with potatoes," says reviewer Riverrealt.
High-Low Strip SteakThe first grilling, at a cooler temperature, helps cook the steaks evenly. The second, after they rest, gives the beef delectable coal-fire flavor.
Tuscan Steak SaladA steak dinner for two feels date-night special, but this meal couldn't be easier. One 8-ounce strip steak is just enough for two; if you care for different levels of doneness, cut the steak in half before grilling.
Grilled Steaks with Celery and Anchovy SaladThis is dinner for people who have big appetites (or are on the Paleo diet). If you want less meat, just grill 2 steaks and cut them in half. Also, cutting the celery by hand gives you neater, crisper pieces than if you use a handheld slicer or a food processor.
Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks with Blistered Padrón PeppersWith its generous marbling, rib-eye just may be the tastiest steak of all for the grill. Inspired by the cider-house tradition in the Spanish countryside, Matthew Dillon of Bar Sajor restaurant in Seattle adds a phenomenal but simple sauce from the resting juices and a touch of cider vinegar and honey. He grills the meat over wood at the restaurant; for home grillers, he recommends hardwood charcoal and fruitwood chips.
Sesame-Crusted Beef Tenderloin Steaks with Pineapple, Mango, and Red Pepper RelishSprinkling the steaks with black sesame seeds gives the steak a touch of Asian flair and the tropical fruit relish adds a bright note of sweetness.
Grilled Skirt Steak and Asparagus with Miso DrizzleGrilled skirt steak gets a boost of flavor from an umami-rich miso-and-soy sauce glaze. Serve with Sesame Jasmine Rice and asparagus.
Grilled Molasses Flank Steak with Watermelon SalsaSmoky sweet molasses flank steak pairs perfectly with the fresh watermelon salsa.
Maple-Mustard-Glazed Balsamic Steaks With Blue Cheese-Pecan ConfettiShowcase flat-iron steak by marinating it in a balsamic-maple syrup mixture, then topping it with chopped pecans and crumbled blue cheese. This 5-Star recipe is a great choice for entertaining.
Peppered Rib-Eye SteaksA simple rub of black and red ground peppers, lemon pepper, garlic powder and parsley flakes takes rib-eyes from good to extraordinary. One hour of stand time is all it takes to create this great flavor in the steaks.
Tenderloin Steaks with Gorgonzola ButterIndulge in beef tenderloin steaks that are marinated in tawny Port and topped with crumbled gorgonzola cheese. You get a flavor bonus (as well as a side dish) with the onions that are grilled alongside the steaks.
Skirt Steak DiabloYou can marinate the steak for as little as 30 minutes and still get great flavor in the meat. Because skirt steak is not a thick cut, it grills in about 6 to 8 minutes.
Steak with Grilled FriesIt's hard to beat the combo of steak and fries for dinner. This recipe features porterhouse steak and wedges of baking potato and sweet potato for the fries.