New York Steak


New York Steak

This New York Steak recipe is one of my favorites. I think anything grilled tastes great, but a New York strip steak is the best. This cut of meat is very tender and very easy to make. It just takes minutes to cook! It's also a great option for busy weeknights. Instead of ordering take out, make your own dinner in under 30 minutes! 


Money Saving Tip: Check your local grocer for deals on New York Steaks. There are certain times a year where you can get great deals on them. When I see these deals, I purchase several packages and freeze them for later use. They are generally affordable, but if you are on a very tight budget, it can still seem costly. You can also look for discounted steaks, which are still good to use. Just make sure to use them that same day.





You will need the following for this New York Steak Recipe:

  • 1-2 Steaks
  • Steak Seasoning 
  • 1/4 C. Parsley, Chopped
  • 2-3 Garlic Cloves, minced
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Serve the steaks with some rice or a nice side salad!


Preparation

To prepare this dish, start by pre-heating the grill. As the grill is pre-heating, season the steak with any of your favorite steak seasonings. I usually use a general steak seasoning, but you can just use garlic powder or garlic salt instead. Once the grill is ready, place the steak on top and grill them according to how you prefer i.e. rare, medium rare or well done. Depending on the thickness, I cook mine for about 4-5 minutes a side since I like mine medium rare.

While the steaks are cooking, in a small bowl, mix the minced garlic and chopped parsley. Add extra virgin olive oil just enough to cover the garlic and parsley mix. Add more olive oil if the mixture is dry. It should not be like a paste, but rather thin like a sauce.


Serving Options

Serve the New York Steak hot as a main course dish. You have options of whether to serve it with BBQ or serve it seasoned with just steak seasoning. I like to use a mixture of garlic, parsley and extra virgin olive oil. To make this sauce, in a mortar, smash the garlic with a little bit of salt until it becomes a paste. Then, mix the garlic and parsley with some extra virgin olive oil. Spread the garlic and parsley mixture on top of the steak, after the steaks are cooked. To spice up this garlic and parsley mix, you can add finely diced hot peppers, such as jalapeños or habaneros. This steak goes great with rice and/or your choice of healthy side saladDandelionCollard GreensGarlic Broccoli or Black-eyed Peas!


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