Leftover Steak Fajitas
These leftover steak fajitas are bursting with flavor for an easy weeknight dinner the whole family will love!
Air Fryer Sirloin Steak
For a restaurant quality meal that requires only a few minutes of hands-on prep, you have to try this air fryer sirloin steak recipe! The garlic herb butter on top takes it to the next level.
Instant Pot Steak
This Instant Pot steak with a creamy sauce can be ready in less than 30 minutes! Everything cooks in the Instant Pot for a super easy meal.
Carne Asada Quesadilla
This carne asada quesadilla recipe is a spicy, cheesy Mexican masterpiece — it’s super easy to make and will have everyone smiling.
Slow cooker cheesesteaks are a delicious and easy "Philly style" dinner you can make right in your own kitchen. Tender shredded beef, caramelized onions, fresh peppers and mushrooms all slow cooked together to make a unforgettable (but easy) meal all will love.
Air Fryer Chicken Fried Steak
An easy air fried chicken fried steak recipe made with a quick homemade gravy.
Chimichurri Steak Bites are juicy, mouthwatering, and perfectly bite-sized for a delicious steak meal idea!
This Philly Cheesesteak Pizza, cooked on the grill with fresh herbs, has an insanely good Dijon-garlic-horseradish cream sauce.
Air Fryer Skirt Steak (Carne Asada)
The marinade turns this tough cut of beef into a juicy and flavorful air fryer skirt steak! Perfect for busy weeknights.
This Mongolian beef is one of my favorite Chinese take out options. Tender strips of beef, saturated in a delicious sauce! Savory and slightly sweet, and is perfect with a bowl of sticky rice.
This easy Pepper Steak made with thinly sliced sirloin steak, bell peppers, sliced onions, and a peppery stir fry sauce is a 15 minute steak dinner idea that tastes better than take out.
These steak enchiladas are the perfect final destination for your leftover steak!
This steak salad is super quick, easy and hardly requires any prep! Fresh and delicious, topped with a sweet and tangy balsamic dressing!
This super fast and easy, steak and broccoli stir fry is even better than takeout! It’s also very addicting!
This Gorgonzola Portobello Steak Skillet is sure to become a new family favorite. It’s a super easy restaurant quality meal that is an absolute flavor bomb! Hello new steak dinner menu idea!
This easy slow cooker steak recipe just about guarantees you will have a perfect beef entree. Let your crockpot turn even tougher cuts of meat into a tender and flavorful meal.
Caldillo is a favorite Mexican steak soup. Full of strips of steak, green chiles, chunks of potatoes in a soul-warming broth. This steak soup is a perfect main dish to keep winter’s chill at bay
Air Fryer Flank Steak
How to make a deliciously juicy flank steak in the air fryer using a simple marinade. Top it with a 2-ingredient sauce for maximum flavor!
Steak pasta salad is packed with juicy filet mignon, tender crisp asparagus, and salty bacon before being tossed in a cream dressing and topped with tangy Parmigiano Reggiano.
This delicious grilled flank steak that has been given a simple marinade makes a great steak dinner idea.
Marinated grilled flank steak tacos are perfect for taco Tuesday or any night of the week.
Cooked in a delicious garlic butter sauce, these tender Steak Bites are made with sirloin steak for juicy, mouthwatering bite-size pieces every time! Enjoy these garlic butter steak bites for an easy, low-carb snack or with your favorite sides for a fast and simple weeknight dinner
This sirloin steak is seared to golden brown perfection, then topped with garlic and herb butter
This Steak Diane for two recipe is an easy classic steakhouse meal made with seared beef steaks and topped with creamy Diane mushroom sauce.
30 minutes to a delicious Cheese Stuffed Peppers with loads of shaved steak! It's the perfect weeknight dinner that has tons of flavor. It's hearty, filling, and oh so cheesy!
If you love fajitas you may also love convenient recipes, and this sheet pan steak fajitas recipe is about as convenient as you can get. Made with homemade seasoning blends, jalapeños, zucchini, bell peppers, and more all nestled in flour tortillas with shredded cheese.
Grilled Ribeye Steaks with brown sugar dry rub are simple and delicious. A quick homemade brown sugar rub adds a flavorful crust to these tender and juicy steaks.
Beef Tenderloin Roast with Wine Sauce is an easy and impressive main dish perfect for special occasions or holidays.
Cuban Ropa Vieja, the popular national dish of Cuba, is made with flank steak braised in a flavorful sauce made with bell peppers, onions and briny pimento stuffed olives.
When you want something delicious as it is easy then you have to try this chimichurri steak bowl. Flank steak, quick pickled onions, feta, cherry tomatoes, and homemade chimichurri top a bowl of quinoa for a healthy and crave worthy lunch or dinner.
Tender steak, mushrooms and onions are enveloped in a sweet and savory gravy. This easy dinner recipe pairs nicely with mashed potatoes to sop up all the delicious gravy.
Make your own surf and turf with garlic butter at home! The classic steak and shrimp recipe is perfect for special occasions or date nights in.
An easy low carb keto salisbury steak recipe, topped with a rich mushroom gravy! Ready in 30 minutes, this healthy salisbury steak makes a fast and delicious weeknight meal.
This Hibachi Steak is made traditional "hibachi" style and served with fried rice and a fresh made ginger sauce.
These carne asada nachos are the perfect hearty steak dinner idea with spicy and vibrant flavors and textures. The cilantro dip pairs perfectly with these loaded nachos.
Tender steak and sautéed peppers & onions on top of a thin crust. Perfectly paired with a soy-based sauce and melted cheese. A unique way to enjoy a takeout favorite.
This slow cooker steak chili is a blend of beef steak, beans, tomatoes and spices, all simmered together in the crock pot for a hearty meal after a chilly day.
This delicious main course salad features balsamic marinated steak kabobs that are grilled to perfection and served over baby arugula, heirloom tomatoes, and burrata cheese and topped with a drizzle of sweet balsamic glaze.
Dinner on one pan with this Parmesan Crusted Steak and Potato Sheet Pan Dinner means simple and delicious dinner without the extra dishes! Juicy flank steak and crispy potatoes served with asparagus. A full meal on one pan!
Garlic Herb Flank Steak with Tomato, Avocado & Corn Salsa is infused with delicious garlic and fresh herb flavors and grilled to perfection to bring out the juicy steak flavor. The tomato, avocado and corn salsa is a perfect addition to use up summer vegetables.
This open-faced gyro is topped with grilled bell peppers, zucchini and onion along with spicy arugula and salty feta for a flavorful contrast in every bite.
Tripletas are popular Puerto Rican sandwiches made with marinated, seared cube steak (bistek), roast pork shoulder (pernil), and sliced ham
Enjoy breakfast for dinner! Steak Huevos Rancheros is a tasty recipe you can eat any time of day.
These Instant Pot Philly Cheesesteak Sliders are ready in less than an hour and are an easy version of thinly sliced steak and peppers that are topped with provolone cheese and broiled in the oven.
Steak and cheese pita sandwich recipe with tender flank steak, melted gooey pepper jack cheese, and slices of onions with pita bread; It is an easy way to make a quick and delicious steak dinner.
Flavorful steak and vegetables cook together easily on the griddle.
Beef Tenderloin Marsala is made from tender filet mignon, and topped with savory mushrooms to create a decadent dish
A general rule of thumb is about 8 oz. per person you expect at your party. If you have 20 expected partygoers in total, you'll need 160 oz., or 10 lbs., of steak.How do you serve steak at a dinner party? ›
We recommend serving the steak whole, allowing the diner to make the first break through the crispy seared outside. However, if you'd like to double check it's cooked correctly, or find a fan-shaped presentation appealing, slice the steak on the diagonal and arrange on the plate.How to make steak for multiple people? ›
Opt for 36- to 42-ounce cuts, and aim to have about five to six ounces of meat per person. This way, even for a large party of 12 to 14 people, you'd only need to cook two steaks. Voltaggio's go-to selections for serving multiple people are porterhouse and bone-in rib eye steaks.What kind of steak do most restaurants use? ›
- Tenderloin/Filet Mignon. The tenderloin (not to be confused with the short loin) runs along both sides of the spine, and is usually harvested as two long snake-shaped cuts of beef. ...
- Strip Steak (New York Strip) The strip steak is a type of cut of beef steaks. ...
- Ribeye. ...
- Top Sirloin. ...
- Porterhouse/T-Bone Steak.
The starting rule of thumb is: Boneless Meat: 1/2 lb. per person for adults and 1/4 lb. per person for children.How much steak do I need for 40 people? ›
|Meat||Per Person||40 People|
|Steak - boneless tenderloin, rib-eye, sirloin||1/4 lb.||10 lb.|
|Steak - T-bone||6 oz.||15 lb.|
|Chicken - boneless||4 oz.||10 lb.|
|Chicken - bone-in||1 to 2 pieces 1/2 lb.||20 lb.|
When cooking something like steak, chicken, or pork, where meat is the main feature of the meal and paired with a few side dishes, we recommend about 1/2 pound (eight ounces) per person, or up to 3/4 (12 ounces) pound for bigger appetites and those who love leftovers.How do you cook a large number of steaks? ›
- Heat the cast-iron skillet over the highest heat. Add some oil and wait till it starts to smoke. Try to cook 2 steaks at once. ...
- Sear a flat side for about [1 min]. Press it down if you want.
- Flip over and sear the other side for [1 min].
- Place the steaks back on the wire rack. Then repeat for the next set of steaks.
Sear evenly on each side. Depending on your preference, for a 2-cm thick steak, to cook to: blue, 1 min per side; rare, 1½ mins per side; medium-rare, 2 mins per side; medium, about 2¼ mins per side; well-done, about 4-5 mins per side. Let it rest on a board or warm plate for about 10 mins.What vegetables go well with steak? ›
Vegetable Side Dishes for Steak. The beauty of a steak dinner is that almost any veggie will work to round out dinner. Mushrooms are a natural partner. And you also can't go wrong with leafy greens, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, or a simple salad.
The golden rule: Eight ounces (or half a pound) of meat per person.What is the 3 3 3 rule for steak? ›
The method is basically “3-3-3-3.” That means: grill steak side 1 over direct heat for 3 minutes. grill steak side 2 over direct heat for 3 minutes. Flip steak and grill on side 1 over indirect heat for 3 minutes.How do restaurants cook steak so fast? ›
Most big steakhouses broil their steaks, using overhead, infrared broilers that produce incredibly hot temperatures to cook steaks. Don't worry though, you don't need to go out and invest in one, but the principle is the same. You need incredibly high heat in direct contact with the meat.What to grill for 20 people? ›
- Cheeseburger Kebabs.
- Baked BBQ Chicken.
- Honey Glazed Chicken Wings.
- Grilled Shrimp Skewers.
- Mac 'N' Cheese.
- Steak Fajitas.
- Pulled Pork Brioche Buns.
- Sweet & Sticky BBQ Salmon.
|FOOD||SERVE 25||SERVE 50|
|Hamburgers||6-1/2–9-1/2 pounds||13–15 pounds|
|Ham or roast beef||10 pounds||20 pounds|
|Hot dogs||4 pounds||7 pounds|
A standard portion of meat generally tops out at four ounces, or a quarter-pound. You can go higher if you like, but this is usually plenty. Using that number, you can serve four people with one pound of meat. Taking that further, you would need 10 pounds to serve 40 people.What is the most flavorful steak? ›
The rib eye is a cut from the rib section and is the most flavorful cut of meat and typically comes with very deep marbling. Because of the deep marbling on the rib eye, it is a great cut for grilling and slow roasting.What is the most Flavourful steak? ›
The Ribeye is generally considered to be the most flavourful steak. These steaks are cut from the ribs and contain a lot of marbling throughout. The muscle from where the Ribeye is cut, isn't used often so the meat is very tender.What steak does Texas Roadhouse use? ›
Texas Roadhouse utilizes plenty of different steaks. Ft worth ribeye, porterhouse T-bone, dallas filet, filet medallions, sirloin, and Newyork strip. The most tender steak at Texas Roadhouse is the Dallas Filet. All of our steaks are tender but any of our cuts of Filet are the most tender.How much food do I need for 35 people? ›
The easiest rule is the “One Pound Rule.” Provide one pound of food for each adult guest (not including drinks or dessert). What is this?
|Food||Up to 10 guests||40-50|
|Green salad||10 cups||50 cups|
|Fruit salad||5 cups||25 cups|
|Rolls or bread slices||20 pieces||100 pieces|
|Cakes||1 layer cake||5 layer cakes|
|Boneless Meat||Number of People||Bone in meat|
|5lb / 2.27kg||10 – 11||7lb / 3.18kg|
|6lb / 2.73kg||12 – 13||8lb / 3.64kg|
|7lb / 3.18kg||14 – 15||10lb / 4.54kg|
|8lb / 3.64kg||16 – 17||12lb / 5.44kg|
Opt for 36- to 42-ounce cuts, and aim to have about five to six ounces of meat per person. This way, even for a large party of 12 to 14 people, you'd only need to cook two steaks. Voltaggio's go-to selections for serving multiple people are porterhouse and bone-in rib eye steaks.How many people does a 32 oz steak feed? ›
Once we cut the steak away from the bone we had about 32 ounces of meat. This easily served four people (plus the bone for the pup!)How do you calculate food per person? ›
Each adult will consume 1 pound of food total; children, about 1/2 pound. The more options you have, the less you need of each; decrease the main course portion sizes by 1 to 2 ounces if served on a buffet.How much meat per person when cooking for a crowd? ›
As a general rule, we recommend allocating 8 to 12 ounces of raw meat per adult at BBQ, and about 4 to 6 ounces per child. This can be adjusted either up or down depending on many factors, so ask yourself the questions below to determine whether to serve more or less.How much lunch meat to feed 30 people? ›
30 people: 60 ounces of meat, 3 pounds 12 ounces
Same goes if you have a lot of toppings: Cheese slices, tomatoes, lettuce, etc. Also keep in mind: A number of guests may just eat the meat by itself, not on a sandwich.
The Chef's Way of Cooking A Steak
Just let it go. Once your steak is on your pan, let it sear and simmer down. It is very tempting to constantly check it and/or flip it – but don't. This is how a nice dark char is formed, and this is the correct pathway to your chef's steak.
You Can Prepare in Advance
The beauty of this method is you can cook the steaks well in advance and put them back in the fridge until just before you are ready to eat. Just bring them back to room temp before you finish them.
It's totally fine to rest them uncovered on a warm plate. Place the steaks in a 150 °F (66 °C) oven if you want them to stay really hot.
Rest the meat
When steak cooks, the muscle fibers tighten. If you cut into those tight muscle fibers as soon as it's off the heat, all the juices pour out. That's why resting meat for 5-10 minutes is the secret for preparing a juicy and tender steak.
Add aromatics, remove, and rest
The award-winning chef recommends using garlic, thyme, and rosemary to create a fragrant piece of beef. He also says that it is essential to melt a bit of butter in the pan before removing the steak. Baste the steak with the butter and allow it to caramelize into a melty masterpiece.
Two of the most popular ways to prepare a steak are tagliata – grilled strip loin, sliced and served with peppery arugula and lemon – and Bistecca alla Fiorentina, an extra thick T-bone grilled over high heat.What potatoes go with steak? ›
- Marmite roast potatoes. These Marmite roast potatoes are a match made in heaven for steak. ...
- Greek style crispy smashed potatoes with lemon and feta. ...
- Bombay potato salad. ...
- Mustard mashed potatoes. ...
- Herb and garlic hasselback sweet potatoes. ...
- Parmesan truffle French fries. ...
- Crinkle cut chips.
For example, if you're serving 6 people, plan for 1.5 pounds total; if you're serving 10 people, plan for 2.5 pounds total; if you're serving 20 people, plan for 5 pounds total; and if you're catering to 100 guests, plan for 25 pounds of cooked meat.How many people will 3 pounds of flank steak feed? ›
A pound of steak usually serves around 3-4 people for the main meal.When you want a juicy steak should you salt it before or after the meat is cooked? ›
Conventional cooking advice usually recommends salting your steak just before placing it on a cast iron pan or a grill. While that method can work just fine, especially if you're picking up meat from the store just before cooking, there's another option that many chefs recommend called dry brining.What are the 4 stages of cooking steak? ›
Stages of steak doneness:
Rare. Medium Rare. Medium. Medium Well.
Why do people put butter on steak? Adding butter to steak adds extra richness and can also soften the charred exterior, making a steak more tender. What is this? But a good Steak Butter should complement the flavor of a steak, not mask it.Why do chefs rest a steak after it is cooked? ›
The center of the steak becomes supersaturated with liquid—there's more liquid in there than it can hold on to—so when you slice it open, all that extra liquid pours out. By resting the steaks, you allow all that liquid that was forced out of the edges and into the center time to migrate back out to the edges.
Soaking your meat in marinades helps add flavor while making your meat tender. However, depending on how thin you have cut your pieces of meat, the marinade may fail to penetrate all that deep. In such cases, poking holes in your meat will help all the ingredients fully absorb and not remain on the surface.What cuts of steak are best for party? ›
- Sirloin. This cut is easy to cook and easy to serve that will surely satisfy a group from more than 10 people. ...
- Skirt Steak. Skirt Steak is another highly-recommended cut for a large BBQ party or buffet. ...
- Flank Steak. ...
Pleasing a Crowd
Once your steak is perfectly cooked, let it rest for at least 10 to 15 minutes so the juices won't run out when sliced. Then, Voltaggio recommends carving the steak and reassembling it with the bone on the plate for an attractive presentation and finishing with a sprinkle of flake sea salt.
The most tender of all cuts of beef, tenderloin steaks are lean and known for their delicate, butter-like texture and thick cut. These mouthwatering steaks are so tender they can be “cut with a butter knife.” Tenderloin steaks are commonly known as filets or filet mignon.
This cut comes from the rump of the cow, where a lot of its movements are generated, naturally leaving little fat on the muscle. Sometimes this cut is referred to as a London Broil or Family Steak, and Lean Top Round Steak has 240 calories in a 3.5-ounce serving, along with 7.6 grams of fat and 36.9 grams of protein.