Simple Sirloin Steaks

Simple Sirloin Steaks
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • -Good quality grilling steaks, sirloin or rib steaks are good
  • -Extra virgin olive oil
  • Steak Spice
  • - Dried red pepper flakes
  • - Garlic Powder
  • - Sea Salt
  • - Rosemary
  • - Cracked Black Pepper
  • - Thyme
The method to these is pretty simple. It's just about being smart with your ingredients. -Bash up the salt and other steak spice ingredients in a mortar and pestle. I didn't give quantities since there's no real science as to how to mix it up. You want to be able to taste each of the ingredients quite clearly, and make a slightly spicy and really tasty spice mix. -Place the steaks in a casserole dish large enough to hold your steaks, and pour over your olive oil to get a good coat. -Season your steaks and press the spice into the steaks so it sticks reasonably well. Leave it to marinate for a little while. I do it for about 15 minutes, but it doesn't really matter how long. -Get the BBQ as red-hot as possible, and toss the steaks on. Cook for 4-6 minutes on each side, depending on how well done you want them. Continue to brush the steaks with the leftover marinade/spice until they've been cooked. -Leave for a few minutes to allow the meat to settle, than serve as hot as possible. Easy, quick, sexy and damn tasty. Probably the best steak I've ever had, excluding [b][i]none[/i][/b]. :Note: The spice mix is actually the closest approximation I could come up with to a ready-made spice mix we can buy here in Canada. For those of you that live up north, it's called Clubhouse Montreal Steak Spice.

Simple Sirloin Steaks

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The method to these is pretty simple. It's just about being smart with your ingredients. -Bash up the salt and other steak spice ingredients in a mortar and pestle. I didn't give quantities since there's no real science as to how to mix it up. You want to be able to taste each of the ingredients quite clearly, and make a slightly spicy and really tasty spice mix. -Place the steaks in a casserole dish large enough to hold your steaks, and pour over your olive oil to get a good coat. -Season your steaks and press the spice into the steaks so it sticks reasonably well. Leave it to marinate for a little while. I do it for about 15 minutes, but it doesn't really matter how long. -Get the BBQ as red-hot as possible, and toss the steaks on. Cook for 4-6 minutes on each side, depending on how well done you want them. Continue to brush the steaks with the leftover marinade/spice until they've been cooked. -Leave for a few minutes to allow the meat to settle, than serve as hot as possible. Easy, quick, sexy and damn tasty. Probably the best steak I've ever had, excluding [b][i]none[/i][/b]. :Note: The spice mix is actually the closest approximation I could come up with to a ready-made spice mix we can buy here in Canada. For those of you that live up north, it's called Clubhouse Montreal Steak Spice.
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