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6 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time

How to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time

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6 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time is just in time for Summer the grilling season. I don’t know about you, but to me, there is nothing better than grilling steak on the grill. Oh, the smell and the flavors! My mouth is watering just thinking about it! is just in time for Summer.

What makes a good steak? Well, it’s a whole lot more than most people think. Most people like their steak medium-rare and with barely any pink in the center. I’m with them and that’s what I prefer.

However, that isn’t the only way to like your steak. Most chefs will tell you to take it up a notch. Cook it medium (135 degrees) or even medium-well (145 degrees).

The first thing you need to know about grilling steak is that the size doesn’t matter. The significant difference is that the thinner piece of meat will cook faster than a thicker cut.

So, if the lesser cut of steak cooks faster, why worry about it at all? The answer is simple, it’s all in the way you prepare and cook it.

Steak is one of my favorite foods to grill. But I have found that it can sometimes be a little intimidating to keep from overcooking it. I mean, it is a piece of meat, and that meat can burn. So, how do you keep your steak from burning on the grill? Follow my 6 Ways to Grill Perfect Steak Every Time!

6 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time

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I hope you enjoy my “5 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time”:

  1. Start with a quality cut of meat This is the most crucial step to getting a delicious, juicy steak. Choose a cut of meat that is at least 1-inch thick, and make sure it has good marbling. 
  2. Season the steak generously – Seasoning your steak is key to adding flavor. Use a dry rub or steak seasoning of your choice. Make sure to cover the entire surface of the meat. 
  3. Preheat your grill – Getting your grill hot before you start cooking will help you get those perfect grill marks. Aim for a temperature of 400-450 degrees Fahrenheit. 
  4. Grill the steak for 2-3 minutes per side For a 1-inch-thick steak. This should be enough time to get it cooked to your desired level of doneness. Remember to turn the steak only once during cooking. Resist the urge to press down on it with your spatula. 
  5. Let the steak rest for 5 minutes before cutting it into. This will allow the juices to redistribute throughout the meat. Resulting in a more flavorful and juicy steak. 
  6. A good meat thermometer- Will allow you to monitor the internal temperature of the steak as it cooks. If you use an instant-read thermometer, remove the steak from the heat source before taking the reading. You don’t want to overcook your beautiful steak just because you wanted to know what temperature you are at.

Conclusion of “6 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time”


If you follow my“6 Ways to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time” you will be grilling like a pro in no time at all. You will be the talk of the party when your family and friends taste your delicious juicy steaks!

So, what the heck are you waiting for? Get Yō grilling on and enjoy your delicious results! 🤤

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Happy Grilling!

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