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  1. #1
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    suggestion on grillin new york strip...

    Anybody have any unique reciepes on grillin the steaks ?? I would like to try blacken canjon style if I knew how...
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    Here is a great marinate for NY Strip..

    soya sauce
    worcestershire sauce
    balsamic vinegar
    dijion mustard
    olive oil

    combine in equal parts and marinate at least 4 hours, bring steaks to room temperature before grilling...
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    Best steak : New York Strip

    Peppercorn
    Salt
    Cayenne Pepper
    Liquid Smoke

    grill steak for 5-7 minutes per side after cooked apply Onion/garlic
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    Quote Originally Posted by aircooled53 View Post
    Best steak : New York Strip

    Peppercorn
    Salt
    Cayenne Pepper
    Liquid Smoke

    grill steak for 5-7 minutes per side after cooked apply Onion/garlic
    Can you expand on this a little? Sounds good and I may try it, just need more detailed recipe.

    What is liquid smoke?
    How much salt, etc...
    At the end you put cook or whole garlic and onions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac r us 2 View Post
    Can you expand on this a little? Sounds good and I may try it, just need more detailed recipe.

    What is liquid smoke?
    How much salt, etc...
    At the end you put cook or whole garlic and onions?
    peppercorn (2) teaspoons crushed
    \cayenne (2) teaspoons
    and salt kosher salt 1 tablespoon
    mix into bowl
    Liquid smoke you can get any grocery


    1/2 clove garlic
    1/2 onion diced
    just cook in pan on grill / little butter
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    To properly do a blackened steak you need a heavy black iron skillett. I do them in the house and it sets off the smoke alarms. You get the skillet white hot and then drop your seasoned steak in there and cook it on both sides. If you do it right the neighbors will think your burning the house down.

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    I dont know about blackened, But I like to rub them with a litte garlic powder and when I put them on the grill put a little Jim Beam on top of them while they cook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kritic View Post
    Anybody have any unique reciepes on grillin the steaks ?? I would like to try blacken canjon style if I knew how...
    The best way to cajun blacken a steak is to do it the way the inventor of blacken food does it.

    New Orleans cheif Paul Perdone (sp) invented blacken cooking. The secret is to do it outside because the process is very smokey. Also you need a big old well used and seasoned cast iron frying pan. You get the pan white hot before you even think about putting the meat in the pan.

    There are a variety of seasonings you can use. But first time around you can buy a bottle of Paul Perdone's "Blacken Steak Meat Magic" This product also describes the process I posted.

    Last edited by Green Mountain; 05-31-2007 at 09:21 AM.

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    They say the cast iron pot should be so damn hot you can see a whisp of white flame inside the pan. Hit it with a pat of butter, then throw the steak on it. Minute or 2 pull the steak, more butter, and put the steak back on the other side. Sounds like fun.
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    That's how I do it. Bad part is I always get the craving in winter and do it in the kitchen. I have finally learned to do it when my wife's not in the house. I open the kitchen windows and run a fan. Someday the fire department will show up.
    Like the time I blanched cayenne peppers in vinager on the stovetop to jar them. The whole house smelled like hot viniger. She let me know that gets done outdoors from now on.

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    butter will blacken a steak. thats how alot of restaurants do it. it will get the outside nice and dark quickly without having to leave it on the grill to long and risk overcooking it.

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