If you like a good roast beef sandwich, then this dish is for you. The horseradish acts as a seasoning on the steak, adding just the right amount of flavor. Served alongside the grilled mushroom salad, what's not to love?
We've updated the classic steak salad with a sweet and salty dressing of soy sauce, black beans, sherry, ginger, vinegar, and brown sugar.
The contrast of seared steak filled with greens makes a striking duo here. The roll can be assembled a few hours ahead of time, making this a nice meal for entertaining or a weeknight dinner.
Recipe: Flank Steak Braciole
Using both fresh and smoked jalapeños (chipotles) gives this version of chimichurri, the Argentinean steak sauce, lots of flavor without being wildly spicy.
Garlic harvested before the bulbs mature flavor this main dish. Buy it at farmers' markets and Asian grocery stories, or substitute with green onions. Serve slices of steak with a fresh green salad or favorite summer vegetable.
Necessity is the mother of great inventions―definitely true when it comes to this tasty recipe, created by a mom in a hurry who wasn't willing to sacrifice taste.
Chimichurri is a tangy herb paste that's used as both a marinade and a sauce. Here, cilantro replaces traditional parsley in the topping for these flavorful rib-eye steaks.
Who needs a steakhouse when you've got your house? Picture it: The finest filet mignon, smeared with decadent blue-cheese butter, grilled in your own backyard. A ritzy night out, for the price of the ingredients. We'll take two.
A simple, flavor-packed marinade of ginger, garlic, soy sauce, and sesame makes this flank steak a fast weeknight dinner; try it with a simple green salad and a side of grilled vegetables.
Recipe: Northwest Grilled Flank Steak
The flavor in this dish just doesn’t stop. The sharp, slightly herby marinade tenderizes and flavors the meat and makes a great bridge to the chimichurri.
Hanger steak is very flavorful but can be a little chewy; for maximum tenderness, don’t cook it past medium-rare, and slice it against the grain.
Steve Freidkin, the chef at Texaz Grill in Phoenix, shared this technique with us for instantly “marinating” meat. By making small slashes in a diamond pattern over both sides of the steak, the flavors of the lemon and spices sink right in.
This dish requires some multitasking, but the benefits of creating something this delicious in only 30 minutes are well worth the hustle. If you're entertaining friends, take a more leisurely approach and make the dressing, cook the noodles, and clean the herbs ahead; then at serving time, just cook the steak and combine the ingredients.
Recipe: Vietnamese Steak Noodle Salad
The heat of the steaks melts the fresh mozzarella and the greens add a peppery bite in this dish that is perfect for special occasions and weeknights alike.
Break out your favorite bottle of Syrah. This two-part recipe—grilled, marinated steak and a grilled late summer vegetable salad—were designed especially for it.