Popular Steak Recipes

There's a reason steakhouses dot the landscape in every town in America - most of us can't resist the siren call of a juicy, perfectly cooked steak. What cut you choose for steak recipes depends on what you're looking for - and what you want to pay. Flank steak, for example, has killer flavor but can be tough unless it's cooked and sliced correctly. Tenderloin lives up to its "tender" label, but it's expensive, and can be a bit bland. Rib-eyes have lots of fat marbled throughout, which makes them very tender and full of flavor - a great steak for grilling. A T-bone (or Porterhouse) is another good choice, since they've got tenderloin on one side of the bone and a strip steak on the other. If you're on a budget, opt for flank steak (a quick sear is what you're looking for, then cut across the grain on the bias) or sirloin steak (from just behind the short loin; sirloins are large, but thin and lean like flank steak). To get the most out of any cut, however, start with a very hot pan or grill to get a flavorful caramelized crust, then finish the steak to desired degree of doneness at a lower flame. Charred on the outside, pink and juicy within - steak perfection.

Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

To make your own five-spice powder, simply mix equal parts of five ground spices: cinnamon, cloves, star anise, szechuan peppercorns and fennel.

From Midwest Living

Five-Spice Beef Kabobs

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

This five-ingredient beef and broccoli main-dish recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Bottled ginger salad dressing makes a simple and delicious sauce.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

From Midwest Living

Gingered Beef & Broccoli Salad Bowl

New York Strips with Gorgonzola Butter

When you don't have time to marinate your steak before grilling, upgrade the flavors by topping the beef with a so-good-it's nearly-illegal gorgonzola butter.

From Better Homes and Gardens

New York Strips with Gorgonzola Butter

Grilled Flat Iron Steaks with Chimichurri

For supreme succulence, cook the steaks to medium-rare doneness (145 degrees).

From Better Homes and Gardens

Grilled Flat Iron Steaks with Chimichurri

Grilled Flank Steak Salad

This salad is summer on a plate: grilled steak, sweet peppers and corn mixed with fresh leafy greens and a simple cilantro dressing.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Grilled Flank Steak Salad

Steak Jalisco

A green salad and mashed or baked potatoes would round out this tasty surf and turf dinner.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Steak Jalisco

Chimichurri Steak

Argentina is famous for chimichurri, a bright, herbacious green sauce. Here, we slather it over charbroiled steaks.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chimichurri Steak

Pho-Flavored Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps

One serving of these slow cooker Steak Lettuce Wraps has just 4 carbs. Pho real. Serve them with a bowl of egg drop or miso soup for a light lunch or dinner.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pho-Flavored Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps

Strawberry-Beef Summer Salad

Top a colorful fruit and vegetable salad with tender grilled steak skewers for a low-calorie yet high-protein dinner.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Strawberry-Beef Summer Salad

Wine-Glazed Steak

This sirloin steak owes its bold flavor to a tantalizing mix of red wine, balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, and honey. Try it for a quick 30-minute dinner.

From Diabetic Living

Wine-Glazed Steak

Baby Beet and Flank Steak Salad Dijon

Sneak a salad into your family's diet by serving this grilled steak and roasted beet dish on top of toasted bread.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Baby Beet and Flank Steak Salad Dijon

Greek Flat Iron Steaks

Every ingredient in this steak dinner, from the rosemary rub to the tomato and olive topping, are inspired by the Mediterranean diet.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Greek Flat Iron Steaks

Mediterranean Couscous and Beef

Toasting the couscous prior to boiling brings out nuttiness that complements the salty feta and slightly sweet tomatoes.

From Diabetic Living

Mediterranean Couscous and Beef

Mediterranean Beef Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

With juicy strips of steak and rich feta cheese, it's hard to believe that this main dish salad recipe has less than 200 calories per serving.

From Diabetic Living

Mediterranean Beef Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

Lentil Soup with Beef and Red Pepper

Beef and barley soup is a classic, but this variation calls for lentils instead of barley for more appetite-squelching protein.

From Diabetic Living

Lentil Soup with Beef and Red Pepper

Lemon-Pepper Steak

Complement this flavorful steak with your favorite grilled veggies.

From Diabetic Living

Lemon-Pepper Steak

Herbed Steak with Balsamic Sauce

These Italian herb-rubbed steaks get a second layer of flavor from robust balsamic vinegar.

From Diabetic Living

Herbed Steak with Balsamic Sauce

Garlic-Lime Skirt Steak with Jalapeņos and Grilled Tomato-Pepper Chutney

From Diabetic Living

Garlic-Lime Skirt Steak with Jalapeņos and Grilled Tomato-Pepper Chutney

Fireside Beef Stew

This low-calorie main dish stew gets its lively flavor from a tantalizing mix of mustard, allspice, and Worcestershire sauce.

From Diabetic Living

Fireside Beef Stew

Coffee- and Smoked Paprika-Rubbed Steak with Vegetable Skewers

Stick it to hunger by serving protein-packed steak and vegetable kabobs for lunch or dinner. Prepare the skewers and allow to marinate overnight, then grill and add a side of rice for a complete meal in minutes.

From Diabetic Living

Coffee- and Smoked Paprika-Rubbed Steak with Vegetable Skewers

Carne Asada Salad

Taco salad goes skinny in this low-calorie grilled steak dinner. It's so packed with colors and flavors, you won't even miss the greasy tortilla bowl.

From Diabetic Living

Carne Asada Salad

Beef with Mushroom Sauce

For a more elegant dinner, broil beef tenderloin instead of eye round steaks and make the sauce using 1/3 cup dry red wine and 1/3 cup water in place of the vegetable juice in the recipe.

From Diabetic Living

Beef with Mushroom Sauce

Beef and Chipotle Burritos

Suit your taste by adjusting the amount of smoky-flavored chipotle chile peppers you use in the recipe.

From Diabetic Living

Beef and Chipotle Burritos

Beef and Bok Choy

From Diabetic Living

Beef and Bok Choy

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