Grill The Perfect Steaks This Summer

Grilling season is around the corner and we have prepared a few tips to help you make the best steaks this spring and summer. Grilling is a fantastic way to kick your steak and by applying the proper techniques you can have fantastic results.

  1. Buy the right kind of steak

when looking for good steak you want to make sure it is good quality and that it is at least one inch thick. This will ensure a juicy and flavorful steak. Make sure that you choose stakes that have good marbling of fat. This will allow the steak to not dry out one being cooked.


  1. Seasoning your steak

it is important to add flavor when cooking your steaks and choosing the right seasoning is imperative. There are a variety of store options or you could even create your own seasoning. A very simple seasoning is salt and pepper. Be sure to rub the seasoning into the steak about 30 minutes before you plan on grilling it. This will allow the flavors to

be absorbed giving you a more flavorful steak.


  1. Be sure to Preheat your grill

make sure that your grill it’s preheated and hot before you start cooking this will allow the steak to cook evenly and could also prevent the steak from sticking.


  1. Grilling your steaks

when placing your steak on the grill allow it to cook between 4 to 5 minutes on each side, or depending on how you like to eat your steak. It is recommended to use a meat thermometer say you could check the temperature of the steak and determine if it is at a safe temperature to eat. You want this steak to have an internal temperature of at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit for medium rare.


  1. Letting your steak rest

once you have to finish cooking your steak and remove it from the grill give it about 5 minutes to rest before you cut into it. By doing this it allows the juices in the steak To redistribute and we’ll give you a juicy and much more flavorful steak.



The final step is to enjoy your steak make sure you have some sides to go along with it such as grilled veggies baked potatoes or anything that goes well on a grill.

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