For this simple New York Strip Steak recipe we are going to grill on an Island Grillstone. We will be using all-natural beef steaks and a basic rub to keep the flavor of the meat intact. It is a very simple recipe, so let’s get started!
New York Strip Steak Recipe (How To Grill)
As mentioned before, we are using an Island Grillstone. This is a great tool for grilling, as it ensures even cooking and prevents flare-ups when charring your meat. It also retains the moisture of the meat, bringing out every last bit of flavor it has to offer. You can of course use your regular grill as well, but in this recipe we will also be dealing with preparing the grillstone.
First we will start heating up our Island Grillstone. We don’t want it to heat up abruptly as it might break, so we will let it slowly reach temperature while we are preparing with the rub.
The rub for this New York strip steak recipe is basic, just salt and black pepper. Steaks don’t need much to make them great. If you want to get fancy, you can add spices like chilli powder, paprika, or garlic powder to the rub.
Before placing the steaks on the grillstone, spread some oil on it. You will notice that the meat starts cooking as soon as it touches the grill. It will only take a few minutes for each side of the New York strip steak, depending on how well done or rare you want it to be. Keep an eye on the meat to avoid over-doing it. When you judge that it is ready, remove steak from heat and allow to rest for at least 5 minutes before cutting.
You can serve the New York strip steak with mashed potatoes, fries, and green salad to match your taste.
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