How to Grill a New York Steak

The New York strip steak is among the favorites of American people. Learning how to grill a New York strip steak is a golden knowledge for anyone. It could let you save some money for eating steak at home instead of dining out in a fancy restaurant. You will also be a star of the family when it comes to cooking steaks. Cooking a tender and juicy New York strip steak is pretty easy and learn how to do it here.

Choose the Right Beef Cut

Select the best possible cut to use grill a New York strip steak out of everything else in the display. The meat will have a better texture and flavor if it is more marbled and younger in age. Get the steaks that has the thickness of 1.5 inches since thinner than this will make the meat dry out quickly while cooking.

Steak Preparation

Take out the meat from the refrigerator and allow it to thaw in a pan or clean plate for about an hour before actually grilling it. To grill a New York strip steak with an even meat temperature will make cooking the meat more even.

When it is almost time to place the steak on the grill, rub the meat with cooking oil, then with salt, and then with pepper. Remember very well that you don’t have to spray the oil to the grill. Put only the seasonings of the meat right after it is already coated with cooking oil. The reason is that the salt will take the moisture out from the meat. You can use any kind of Steak rub recipe that you really love.

You can also use a marinade of your choice in order to have an additional flavor to the New York strip steak. Take the meat from the marinade to thaw it out until it is already at room temperature. When you grill a New York strip steak, it will result to a more even cooking.

How to Grill a New York Strip Steak

You need to pre-heat the barbecue grill for about 15 minutes or so. The temperature needed to grill a New York strip steak is about 500-600 degrees. Hot enough to sear the outside portion of the steak. Grill the meat for about five minutes and turn the other side over. The outside part of the New York strip steak should be very dark in color but not charred.

After searing both sides of the steak, transfer the meat to the cooler area of the grill and continue grilling for the next five minutes. Remember to avoid flipping the steak over and over again. To obtain the nice looking crisscross grill marks on the sides of the steak, just make a one fourth turn of the steak halfway through the grilling time for each side of the meat.

After taking out the New York strip steak from grill, place about one teaspoon of butter on each stake and let the cooked meat sit for about five minutes before serving.

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