These were good and very easy to make. I loved that it was ingredients that I always have on hand. I also liked that I didn't have to marinate them for a long time as I always seem to forget.
Wow! What flavorful, juicy steak! The best I've ever had, at home. I let it sit out at room temp for 15 minutes, before grilling. I grilled it over indirect heat, 6 minutes per side, for medium rare. Thanks for such an easy recipe, with always-available ingredients...I'm just sorry I didn't find this sooner...it would have saved a lot of steak dinners! Thanks!
This is a great recipe for steak! I used NY strip steaks, and instead of plain soy sauce, I used a marinade called Dale's seasoning from a company in Alabama, widely available at Walmart. It is basically a soy sauce with different seasonings added. I refrigerated a couple of hours, then let sit on the counter to come up to room temp before putting on the indoor grill. The steaks were melt in your mouth tender and the flavor was perfect. The McCormick's seasoning really stuck to the meat and flavored it well. Thanks for posting!
I have used this quite a few times, and sometimes change it up slightly based on who I'm cooking for. Some people don't care as much for soy sauce as I do, and for them I use 2 T soy sauce and either 2 T reduced-sodium beef broth, or 1 T worcestershire sauce and 1 T reduced-sodium beef broth. Made any of the ways though, it's a winner!
This was enjoyed by all! The seasoning was perfect for us. We did T-bone and Porterhouse. The Porterhouse was the biggest winner! Thank you cookn4mytwins!!! We can't wait to have steak again! PAC Fall '07
This was so simple, yet so wonderful. The soy sauce really gave it a nice little kick. A keeper for sure. Even Candy, the anti-steak person in the family, enjoyed it!
Dh, meateater, reports this is a great steak. I tried it on grilled prawns and was equally pleased. My only suggestion would be to not overdo the steak seasoning so that the steak (or prawn) flavor isn't overpowered.