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I'm in a bit of a bind. I got four fresh NY Strips from the butcher today and am out of my normal go-to seasoning. What can I put on them?
As long as you have some salt and pepper, you're good. Otherwise, you can whip up a quick marinade if you have some wine vinegar, olive oil, and some garlic. One of the best steaks I've ever eaten was seasoned with nothing but salt and pepper...
This post was edited by tntoak 14 months ago
Agree with salt and pepper... simple but very good.
Salt, pepper, garlic, butter
Do you live on an island lol...surely the store is not that far. The other posters are all over this you can definitely get by with Salt and Pepper if you need too.
Was it prime beef? Makes all the difference in the world!
It was a NY strip, actually.
Store is about 7 miles but the grill (charcoal) was already fired up. I didn't have time to run out when I realized I was out.
I was just messing with you. I understand completely
Salt and pepper is all you need. Right before you take it off, brush the Strips with Olive Oil.
And let the steaks rest for a couple of minutes before serving.
Next time you're near a Calhouns, buy their Charcoal seasoning. That along with S&P is all you will ever need.
Yep. Very important.
Prime is the grade not the cut.
Choice, Select, and Prime
This post was edited by OrangeVol79 14 months ago
and RARE, of course!
My brother-in-law raises beef- it makes me never want to buy steaks from the grocery! The cows he has slaughtered are so much better.
Salt, pepper and finish with melted butter and let rest. GBO!
Nothing worse than hyper steaks! Oh, wait. Thats the kids!
Salt pepper, garlic powder (not garlic salt) , a dash of cayenne, and a pinch of brown sugar. Sear both sides on high temp on stove for bout a minute or two on each side till browned. Rub down with seasonings. Throw on grill and baste with olive oil every 2 min till done. This is a recipe from a world famous 5-star steakhouse in TX. They do NOT recommend a marinade. .
These were local as well. My wife is a health food nut. She doesn't tell me what to eat or not to eat but I try to play along as much as I can. That means we rarely have red meat. She makes some killer vegetarian meals too. Plus, she's hot so I keep her around!
I would defiantly keep it simple then so you can enjoy the flavor of the beef. +1
KISS... got it. I did the salt, pepper, butter, and garlic. About 3 minutes on each side. They were perfect. Great advice. +1 to everyone who helped!
If you start with good steaks, you don't need to do much to them. That's one of the great things about steak, IMO.
Teriyaki and ranch. Topped with shredded cheese and bacon when complete
Agreed- it's the anti-chicken
For some reason, I read it as prime rib...
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