If cavemen had invented Wasabi sauce, this grilled steak recipe would have been their favorite! Grilling directly on charcoal, plus the spicy Wasabi, makes for a killer steak recipe (or should we say hot?)
Caveman Style Wasabi Grilled Steak Recipe
“Caveman style” refers to the practice of cooking meat directly on charcoal. To do this, make a large bed of lump charcoal, light it up, and when it is fully lit place your steak(s) on top of it.
Grill the meat on both sides until it reaches an internal temperature of 130℉.
While you leave the steak to rest, mix 1/3 wasabi with 2/3 oil in a bowl. Also chop one red chili pepper finely. Brush the wasabi/oil on the meat, and sprinkle with salt and chopped chili pepper.
PRO TIP: If you want to serve a dish that looks like it came right off a restaurant menu, create a base of chopped spring onions and bean sprouts on your plate before placing the steak.
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