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Steak on Grill - a Thick Steak

Updated on September 4, 2020

I woke up this morning, was hungry and decided that I needed to cook the steak I thawed out the other day.

I think it is just a new york strip steak, but it looks like a small roast. It's pretty big. I went out to the garage and started my grill on high. Set the timer for 10 minutes, so it had time to heat up full heat. I set the timer, because I have a tendency to be forgetful.

I thought an onion, grilled on the grates might be a nice addition, so I sliced an onion fairly thick and set it next to the steak. I did not add salt to the steak. Mostly because I forgot.

I am definitely not a morning person.

steak
steak
timer for preheat time
timer for preheat time
onion
onion
sliced onion
sliced onion
used knife to open package. I used my Foodsaver to package the steak originally.
used knife to open package. I used my Foodsaver to package the steak originally.
pretty tall steak
pretty tall steak
pretty wide steak
pretty wide steak
pretty long steak
pretty long steak
temperature after out of refrigerator
temperature after out of refrigerator
Mid way hot,  not full heat
Mid way hot, not full heat
temperature is 450 degrees
temperature is 450 degrees

I did not realize until I started posting the pictures, that my grill was not on high. It was on middle heat. Almost a three. The grill goes up to five, but, today, I grilled that steak for twenty minutes to start, then, I flipped it over for a few minutes.

I was mainly hoping to cook it through, get my grill marks on it, and then, cook briefly on second side, for closure of the cooking process.

My onion was almost burnt to a crisp, and the steak looked like it had very good grill marks. The fat on the sides had cooked to a hard crisp.

Then I flipped it over, and moved the burnt onions to the top of the steak and let it cook for a few more minutes. The internal temperature was mid 150's at this point.

Then, I brought it in the house and let it rest. After a few moments, I sliced off a piece and tasted it. It was moist, and flavorful. Not too done, not too undone. I gave a small piece to my dog, but the dog was more intent on getting it in its stomach than in savoring it...


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    • firstcookbooklady profile imageAUTHOR

      Char Milbrett 

      10 months ago from Minnesota

      Peachy, thank you for your comment. No seasoning.

    • peachpurple profile image

      peachy 

      10 months ago from Home Sweet Home

      Looks tasty but bit charred. What seasoning did you used ?

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