GARLIC CHIVE BUTTER GRILLED STEAK
Grilling a steak on a gas grill for 14 minutes results in a garlic chive butter steak. This grilled steak with garlic chive butter is delicate and juicy, making this a great weeknight meal!
It’s summertime, which means outside grilling of steaks. Grilled chicken thighs are another one of my favorite foods.
Meanwhile, grilled garlic chive Butter Steak is an ideal meal option during the fall and winter.
Steak on a barbecue is a common topic of conversation for many individuals. I’ll show you exactly how to do it in this step-by-step guide.
I prefer my steak medium-rare since it’s juicy, tender, and full of flavor.
Garlic chive butter is a great accompaniment to the steak.
Using a gas grill, a steak cooks for a total of 14 minutes.
There’s no better way to prepare steak this summer than with this recipe.
Grilling steak requires what kind of steak?
I choose boneless rib eye steaks for grilled steak dishes since I prefer my meat to be a little fatty.
You may also try other cuts of meat, such as sirloin or flank.
Garlic chive butter is excellent on both rib eye and sirloin steaks. Only salt and freshly ground black pepper are required for the dish’s flavoring.
The steak’s thickness is critical. Overcooking occurs when the meat is sliced too thinly.
You should buy a steak that is around 3/4′′ thick. Slice the steak into pieces like the ones seen below after being grilled.
When paired with our melting garlic chive butter, this steak meal will match the greatest restaurants in town.
STEAK GRILL TIME GUIDE
The grilling time for steak is determined by the cut and thickness of the meat. Each side of boneless rib eye should be grilled for 7 minutes at 500°F direct heat.
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WHEN USING A GAS GRILL, WHAT IS THE PERFECT COOKING TEMPERATURE FOR STEAK?
The best way to cook steak is over a strong flame or direct heat.
Steaks taste best when cooked to a temperature of 500 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. You can grill at 450°F if your gas barbecue doesn’t go up to 500°F.
After direct heat grilling, shift the steak to the side with no direct heat. This will let you cook your steak to medium rare or well done.
Close the gas grill’s lid and cook the steak to your preferred degree of doneness.
There are just 398 calories in one serving of this meal.
- 400 g of ¾’’ thick sirloin steak or boneless rib eye steak
- 2 tablespoons of salted butter
- 1 clove of minced garlic
- ½ teaspoon of chopped chives
- Ground black pepper
- Kosher salt
- Whip the butter, garlic, and chives together to make the garlic chive butter. To chill, place in the refrigerator.
- On all sides, sprinkle salt and freshly ground black pepper over the meat.
- With the lid closed, bring the external grill temperature to 500°F (260°C).
- Each side should be grilled for 7 minutes on a direct flame. Grill for an additional 7 minutes on the opposite side.
- Serving suggestion: Slice and serve the steak immediately with the chive-garlic butter spread on top of it.