Grilling Steak With Garlic

Grilling steak with garlic

Grilling steak with garlic is a delicious way to add a little extra flavor to your meal. It’s also a simple recipe that you can make a week ahead of time.

Before you start cooking, give your steak a good seasoning with salt and pepper. This will keep the meat from drying out during the grilling process and help preserve its natural flavors.

How to Grill

Grilling steak is a delicious, easy way to prepare a meal that will be sure to please the whole family. Start by using a good quality steak that has been marinated and seasoned.

Use a digital meat thermometer to make sure your steak reaches your desired doneness. Allowing the steaks to rest after cooking allows the juices to redistribute throughout the meat.

Preheat the grill to at least 450 degress F. Be sure to preheat the grill on both sides, which will help to get a nice sear and those grill lines that are so hard to come by.

Once the steaks are grilled, move them to the cooler side of the grill so they finish cooking all the way through. This will ensure that the inside is juicy and tender while the outside stays crisp and charred.


A steak marinade is a great way to give your steak flavor and tenderness before grilling. You can also use it on chicken, fish or veggies as well!

For a simple marinade, whisk together balsamic vinegar, oil, soy sauce, garlic, honey, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, black pepper, onion powder, and kosher salt. Add steaks and marinate for a minimum of 2 hours, but up to 48 hours is fine.

The marinade works to tenderize the meat by allowing the muscle fibers to break down and the proteins to turn into gelatin. If you want to add extra flavor, try adding a little bit of tamari sauce or coconut aminos instead of soy sauce.

When it comes to steak, you want to make sure it’s cooked through to a safe internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit. You can do this with a quick finger test or with an instant-read thermometer.


Steak seasoning is a great way to add a layer of flavor to your steak while also working with the meat to bring out its natural flavors. The key is to be generous with it and thoroughly cover the surface of the steak before grilling or frying.

A simple dry rub of salt, pepper, and a few spices is all that is needed to give steak a good dose of flavor. However, you can get even more flavor from adding garlic, onion, and paprika to your mix.

Use a high-quality steak if you’re using this seasoning blend. This will allow the meat to cook more evenly and become juicier as it’s cooking.

Place the seasoned steaks on a preheated barbecue grill or under an oven broiler and cook to desired doneness. A medium-rare steak should be cooked through within 8 to 10 minutes, or about 4 minutes per side.


A simple butter basting with garlic & herbs is one of my favorite ways to turn steak into something special. It’s a quick, easy step that will make even the least-experienced cook look like they’re making restaurant-quality beef at home!

When brushing with the garlic butter, use an herb brush to help distribute it evenly. Be sure to not overdo it or the butter will burn, so start with a small amount of butter and add more as needed.

Keeping the heat high on your grill helps to build crust without overcooking the middle of your steaks. You can also flip your steak often to ensure that it doesn’t get a dry overcooked edge.

Once you’ve grilled your steaks, you’ll need to rest them for about 10-15 minutes before slicing into them. This allows the juices to redistribute throughout the meat and prevents it from drying out.