29 Easy Grilled Steak Recipes

IDEANEWSINDO.COM - We love any reason to take a break from burgers and chicken and grill up a juicy steak. 

And this doesn't have to be intimidating, we promise. 

Contrary to popular belief, grilling steak is actually way easier than grilling chicken. 

All you need are a couple of handy guidelines, a hot grill, and your favorite cut. Our all-time favorite cut for grilling? The ribeye. 

Ribeyes are thick and beautiful, with the ideal amount of marbling of fat (a.k.a. flavor!) that doesn’t need a marinade.

Everyone has their favorite cut of steak, but no matter what you choose, each steak typically will require about 4 to 6 minutes per side for that perfect medium-rare result. 

It might seem tempting to cut right into your steak, but please let it rest at least 10 minutes to allow the meat to seal in all those glorious juices. 

And if you've ever wondered how to get that deliciously crispy exterior, it couldn't be easier than seasoning each side with, yes, a thick blanket of kosher salt and pepper.

Grilled steak really doesn't need more seasoning than simple salt and pepper, but we love any opportunity to experiment with different marinades and toppings. 

Butter is hands-down our favorite topper for grilled steak, especially when it means we can make a fun, herby garlic chive butter or cowboy butter. 

Tangy soy sauce also lends itself to the richness of steak, and is our secret weapon for marinating our teriyaki steak, beef and broccoli kebabs, and cajun butter steak.

Perfectly Grilled Steak

Whatever cut of steak you choose, we've got the best primer on how to grill steak. 

Our all-time favorite for grilling is the ribeye. Thick and beautiful, with the ideal amount of marbling of fat (a.k.a. flavor!), it doesn’t need a marinade.

Balsamic Grilled Steak Salad With Peaches

Peppery arugula is the perfect vessel for this savory-sweet combo, and you just can't beat ripe, juicy peaches come summertime. 

If you love blue cheese in your fruit-forward salads, also give this tomato salad a try.

Carne Asada

Carne asada is an undisputedly delicious, classic Mexican preparation for steak. 

The “asada” in carne asada literally means grilled meat, so a grill is essential to achieving the desired results.

Flank or skirt steak are our go-tos for making the best carne asada, and our marinade is a classic mix of garlic, cilantro, citrus, and a chipotle pepper in adobo.

Surf 'n Turf Foil Packs

At your next summer grilling gathering, put a few of these bad boys on the coals and take more time to enjoy the company. 

Once you have the ingredients prepped—all of which can be done the day before and stored in your fridge—it's a few minutes of assembly and around 15 minutes of hands-off grilling.

Carne Asada Torta

A torta is a type of traditional Mexican sandwich with a signature chewy, baguette-like roll. 

The flavors here are bold, with quick pickled onions, avocado-radish salsa, grilled carne asada, and a layer of refried beans.

Steak Fajita Skewers

Yes, we put tortillas on a skewer. And yes, it is a total game-changer. Anytime a full meal can fit on a skewer, we are there.

Carne Asada Fries

These super decadent fries are Tex-Mex in its truest form, especially with our signature seasoning mix. 

They're perfect for watch parties, game-day celebrations, and serious steak cravings.

Caprese Steak

Fresh summer tomatoes and tender filet mignon were always meant to be. Serve these up with mashed potatoes and smashed broccoli!

Balsamic Grilled Flank Steak with Charred Tomatoes

Flank steak is made for the grill and it has great, rich flavor that you can bring out even more with balsamic marinade. 

Serve it with some charred tomatoes over the top and a drizzle of basil vinaigrette, and you have the perfect backyard meal.

Classic Chimichurri

Where there is grilled steak, there should always be chimichurri sauce. 

This herbaceous, garlicky Argentinian sauce is our go-to for topping just-grilled steak while it rests on a cutting board.

Grilled Flank Steak with Mustardy Potato Salad

This grainy mustard potato salad is a delicious side for steak, pork, or chicken. 

We especially love it for flank steak, as it cuts through the richness of this coriander-spiced cut.

Beef Kabobs with Dijon Relish

This dijon relish is one of our favorite unexpected ways to marinate steak. 

Sirloin is the perfect cut for these skewers as it has a bit less fat (and thus more meatiness), making it ideal over the grill.

Grilled Beef Tenderloin

While not technically a steak, beef tenderloin is where all those delicious cuts come from. 

You might consider it the perfect dish for a special occasion, but it couldn't be easier to grill up and serve alongside jalapeño popper potato salad and grilled green beans.

Grilled Hanger Steak

Nothing says date night like a perfectly cooked steak, especially when it's a brown-sugar marinated hanger steak.

If you want to go the extra mile, consider going grilling up some surf and pair your turf with grilled lobster tails or spicy grilled shrimp.

Grilled Sirloin with Garlic Herb Spread and Mixed Greens

Feel free to use whatever mix of herbs you love for this simple compound butter. 

Parsley, basil, rosemary, or thyme would all make fantastic additions, or you could mix up some cowboy butter!

Steak Tacos

The beauty of this recipe is the simplicity of the no-fuss grilled skirt steak. Top these tacos however you want, from guacamole to fried onions!

Steak Taco on a Stick

All the best parts of the taco (including avocado!) sans tortilla. Serving these up with a side of cilantro-lime rice will round out your meal.

Cajun Butter Steak

Topping grilled steak with butter is always a great idea. But when we whisk in melted butter to this incredible soy-bourbon marinade? Genius.

Flat Iron Steak

Flat iron is a tender and juicy cut of steak that's great for grilling. We like ours cooked medium rare to ensure it doesn't become too tough. 

We top this perfectly grilled steak with a zesty salsa verde filled with scallions and garlic.

Grilled Teriyaki Steak

Grilling this tangy, herby steak alongside scallions is one of our favorite grilling duos. Add a side of grilled bang bang corn, and dinner is ready.

Philly Cheesesteak Foil Packs

Who knew Philly cheesesteaks could so easily transform into a light summer dinner? 

Whether you opt for a hoagie roll or not (cauliflower rice would be amazing, too), you can't beat the classic combination of flank steak, peppers, and onions topped with melty provolone.

Steak And Potatoes On A Stick

Your favorite dinner, perfectly transformed for those hot summer nights. 

If you don't mind the oven, you're bound to love this sheet-pan balsamic steak and potatoes recipe.

Balsamic Steak Skewers

We love grilled red onion and tomato, but feel free to add in whatever you like! Zucchini, mushrooms, or bell peppers would all be great additions.

Skirt Steak Sandwich

Toasty, juicy, and smothered in melty Provolone and a homemade garlic aioli. 

If there's one steak sandwich recipe to commit to memory, this is it. We love toasting the buns directly on the grill for even more flavor.

Cilantro-Lime Chimichurri Grilled Steak

Chimichurri is one of our all-time favorite sauces. It adds a brightness and acidity to heavier dishes, which is why we love it over this grilled steak.

Grilled Steak Burrito Bowls

It's like a trip to Chipotle...only much better (and you can load on all the guacamole you desire). 

It's fresh, hearty, and will keep you full (and happy) all day.

Steak Salad with Spinach, Delicata Squash, and Blue Cheese

Sweet roasted delicata squash pairs incredibly well with creamy blue cheese and charred steak. 

Consider this your new favorite beefed up spinach salad. Pun absolutely intended.

Jamaican Jerk Steak Tacos

Everything is better when it's a taco. This homemade jerk seasoning has amazing flavor and is super easy to whip up, but you can totally use the store-bought stuff as a shortcut.

Korean BBQ Steak

Bring the joys of eating Korean BBQ to your backyard with this fast, easy recipe. 

The quick pickled vegetables add a delightfully fresh crunch that perfectly melds with the tender steak.

Writer: By Mackenzie Filson
Source: menshealth.com

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