Steak Recipes

How do you like your steak cooked? Browse more than 450 recipes for sirloin, ribeye, t-bone, and flank steak, along with methods for grilling, broiling, pan-frying, and searing steaks. Plus find marinades, sauces, herb butters, and rubs to amp up the flavor.

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Best Steak Marinade in Existence

Rating: 4.5 stars 4306
What's the secret? Soy sauce, olive oil, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and a few dried herbs. Now you know.

The Best Beef Tri-Tip

Rating: 5 stars 16
I received a food wish for roast beef recently, which can be done with many different cuts. I ended up deciding on beef tri-tip, since it's affordable, flavorful, great for parties, and, using this low-temp roasting technique, nearly fool-proof. No marinating, no searing, no nothing; just rub on some salt and spices and pop it into the oven until it reaches the doneness you want. Plate it up with a Romano bean salad or enjoy as a roast beef sandwich!

Grilling Thick Steaks - The Reverse Sear

Rating: 4.5 stars 6
Steaks 2 inches thick or more generally don't respond well to traditional grilling over high heat. The outside and layer below it tend to be heavily charred and dry by the time that the center reaches the desired temperature (unless you are a black and blue fan). The reverse sear brings the steak up to temperature slowly over low indirect heat, allowing the meat enzymes to work their magic. The steak is then grilled at high temperature to get the appropriate crust.

Chimichurri Sauce

Rating: 4.5 stars 227
This famous Argentinean sauce is perfect for any grilled foods. My catering customers love this sauce on garlic crostini with grilled flank steak slices.

Teriyaki Rib Eye Steaks

Rating: 4.5 stars 97
Great Japanese teriyaki-style marinated ribeye steak with a from-scratch teriyaki sauce.

Chef John's Grilled Mojo Beef

Rating: 5 stars 86
This Cuban-inspired mojo marinade would work great as an all-purpose marinade for just about anything destined for the grill, but skirt steak is my top choice.

Best Ever Carne Asada Marinade

Rating: 5 stars 8
This traditional Mexican carne asada marinade recipe will marinade 5 or 6 pounds of meat and can be easily halved or doubled. I've tried many carne asada recipes through the years, and this one outshines them all. The flavors are the most flavorful and authentic and the meat is pull-apart tender. I suggest marinating overnight for the best results. Muy delicioso!
By Toni Ast

Manhattan Filet with Pan Sauce Bordelaise

Rating: 5 stars 29
This simple technique not only provides you with a NY strip steak that eats like a filet mignon but the trimmings are used to make a world-class pan sauce. Even if a faux-bordelaise isn't your cup of tea, you can always save the scraps for a Sunday sauce or meatballs. The overnight dry-aging step is optional but does add a little something extra to the final product.

Rock's T-Bone Steaks

Rating: 4.5 stars 192
This seasoning makes any steak awesome. This is the best. It doesn't overpower the steak. I can't eat a steak out anymore because I always compare it to this seasoning.
By Rocky

Red Curry Flank Steak

Rating: 4.5 stars 28
I love Thai food, and in particular red curry beef, which is basically chunks of beef stew meat cooked slowly in a spicy, aromatic red curry sauce. Inspired by this classic recipe, I decided to see if the same sort of flavors could be turned into a marinade for flank steak. The results knocked my socks off.

Bistecca alla Fiorentina (Tuscan Porterhouse)

Rating: 4.5 stars 19
This flagship, Tuscan steak is made from the region's Chianina breed of cattle which are prized for their tenderness and flavor. In typical Italian style, simplicity rules the day; little more than olive oil, rosemary, and salt are needed to highlight the rich flavor of the grilled meat. With Italian food, freshness and quality are top priority, so I use nothing less than choice porterhouse, and much prefer prime!

Filet Mignon with Mushroom-Cabernet Gravy

Rating: 4.5 stars 113
I love pan-searing because it gives the filet mignon steaks that beautiful color and crust on the outside and leaves them so tender inside! And because of the influence of my husband's French grandmother, I love to cook anything with wine! The Cabernet and mushrooms, along with fresh thyme, make this absolutely delicious! Try this: you'll love it!
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Inspiration and Ideas

How to Cook Steak
Want to make a steakhouse-quality steak at home? Try searing steaks on the stovetop and finishing them in a hot oven.
Savory Garlic Marinated Steaks
Rating: Unrated 1360
"Hands-down amazing! We don't go without it when cooking rib-eyes. My mouth is watering now thinking about it!" – Lauren
Cast Iron Pan-Seared Steak (Oven-Finished)
Rating: 4.5 stars 24

Steak is pan-seared in a cast iron skillet and finished in the oven.