This is a recipe for Pan-seared Filet Mignon topped with a luscious lobster avocado salsa. Could there be a more perfect steak recipe for that special occasion dinner?
Flat Iron Steaks, grilled and then topped with a Whiskey and Country Mustard Butter. Add a side of grilled potatoes and you’re dining Western Style in a jiff. Culinary School…practically everything I learned to cook was dripping in butter and had wine in it. Does it get any better than that? You don’t hear me complaining.
A perfect light Summer meal. Caramelized and charred sweet corn seasoned with jalapeno peppers, rings of shallots and lime juice is a great topping for flank steak. Grilled Flank Steak with Charred Caramelized Sweet corn is an easy, breezy fresh dinner. Yay for fresh sweet corn season. And Colorado delivers top notch kernels. A short
Bison New York Strip Steaks resting on a bed of sautéed red and orange bell peppers and onions and seasoned with salt and pepper and zesty grained mustard.
Chipotle Glazed Steak Salad. A nice crunchy sear on the steak from a chipotle glaze, a zesty flavor from quick pickled onions. Add creamy avocado, mixed greens and you’ve got a wonderful steak salad.
Mushrooms sauteed in olive oil until golden and crispy, then finished with fresh thyme and garlic. Add some cream and you’ve got a wonderful topping for your New York Strip Steaks.
Rise and shine. How about a steak and egg sandwich? This is a ground steak burger patty on top of a toasted English muffin, with some cheese melted on top, then topped with an over easy fried egg and a couple good shakes of hot sauce. It’s accompanied by some potato wedges that have been salt and
Grab a trust flank steak and go to work. This Orange and Ginger marinade brings a beautiful citrus flavor for an easy meal.
Quick, easy, cheap and tasty. Cube steak with Lime Mojo is a great little dinner.
Grilled steak rests on a slice of rustic bread, topped with bacon, peaches and beautiful sauce. Try this Grilled Steak with Peach sauce next time you fire up that grill. While reading this recipe, I said to myself right from the get-go “Use pork instead of steak”. But Better Homes and Gardens has been such a trustworthy