Clive Berkman’s Sirloin Steak

Written by Diana - July 31, 2009 1 Comment

I love steak but don’t need a whole bunch of stuff on it.  My husband’s way used to be aluminum foil packs for everything, but I’m converting him.  I followed Clive Berkman’s Empty Bottle Moments recipe for Sirloin Steak for dinner.  It’s a simple preparation, but I think brings out the best flavors in the steak – bison steak at that.  I love cooking with bison it comes out very tender with very little fat, but lots of flavor.

Steak Ingredients:

1-inch or 2-inch thick cuts of steak

Rub the meat lightly with garlic-marinated olive oil

Cut the fat vertically at 1-inch intervals

Start cooking over high heat for 1 minute, then turn the steak 45 degrees and cook for another minute. Turn the steak over (using tongs, not a fork) and repeat the same process. Turn the grill to love(or use another section of the grill that’s on low) and cook with the lid covered for 3-5 minutes.  Allow the steak to rest for 5 minutes.  season to taste  with finishing sea salt before slicing and serving.


Unfortunately we couldn’t use the grill, so I used a grill pan on the stove instead.

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    Robyns Online World on August 1, 2009 at 1:27 am

    We had sirloin steak last night for dinner also. It is a quick and easy and not too expensive alternative for us. Sometimes we do fancier things with it, sometimes very simple (last night was simple by just marinating in Italian dressing).

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