Juicy Marinated Steaks
Tender, marinated steaks with a taste that will enhance and not overpower the flavor of a good steak.
Cuban Marinated Steak
This Latin-inspired steak pairs perfectly with rice and beans. Slice leftovers really thin and serve on crusty day-old rolls for an amazing lunch or snack afterwards.
Grilled Delmonico Steaks
Marinated steaks so tender you can cut with a fork! Friends and family always come running when they know I'm grilling.
Bourbon Street Rib-Eye Steak
After eating this style of steak in a restaurant a few times, I worked on making my own marinade. The results are tender and do not have an overbearing bourbon taste. This marinade is very different from the only other one I have seen on this site.
Philly Cheese Steak
An Asian-inspired version of a Philly cheese steak--thinly sliced steak is cooked with onion, cheese spread, and a splash of teriyaki sauce, and served on sandwich rolls.
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Actually, this is an excellent marinade for any steak. The marinade mainly consists of Worcestershire sauce and brown sugar. The sugar makes the steaks tender and gives just a hint of sweetness. I sometimes add some Dijon mustard or red pepper flakes for a little zing.
Rib-Eye Steak and Mushroom Risotto
Rib-eye steak and mushroom risotto are perfectly sous-vide steaks with fall-flavored Arborio rice, full of cheese, garlic, shallots, and creamy, buttery goodness. Top risotto with Parmesan cheese if desired.