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Nicosia

Paphos

How to cook the perfect steak



  • Use beef you’ve just bought or that has been refrigerated for up to three days, not meat that has been frozen.
  • Preheat the grill on high for at least 10 minutes. Clean and oil the grates.
  • Trim excess fat from the steak. Then season meat with freshly ground pepper and kosher or coarse salt, using a little more salt than usual since some will drip off during cooking.
  • To get those great grill marks, place the steak diagonal to the grates facing left (10 o’clock)
  • Then cook the same side on the right diagonal (2 o’clock)
  • Flip the steak and repeat the previous two steps.
  • Keep the lid closed while cooking.
  • Grill a boneless steak, such as rib-eye or sirloin, 25 to 35mm thick, for 90 seconds for each step if you prefer rate meat.
  • Steak with a bone, such as a porter-house, should be grilled for 2 minutes per step for rare.
  • Add 30 seconds per step for medium-rare. Cook for 3 minutes per step for medium-well. Remove steak from the grill.

Hints and Tips


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Adding Barbecue Sauce

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Caring for your grill

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Cut Meat Across the Grain

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Determine when a Steak is done

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For a Healthier Meal

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Grilling Tip

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Keep Corn-on-the-cob fresh

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Keep Lemons/Limes Perfect for Weeks

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Keep Vegetables Fresh

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Keep the lid down!

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Leftover Grilled Vegetables

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Make use of Commercially Prepared Products

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Most Fruits are Delicious when Grilled

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Planking

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Putting out a Grease Fire

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Six ways to botch a barbecue

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Staging an entire Meal on the Barbecue

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Tomatoes

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When Cooking with Poultry

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Whipped Cream Substitute


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