Herby BBQ Steak

Herby BBQ Steak

Summer is here and it is time to get out the BBQ.
WOOOHOO.

We made this dish for the first time last year and we all loved it.
I mean what is not to love? A big juicy piece of well marinated meat cooked just right by Mr M. That is what summer is all about.

We cooked this recipe for the first time with a whole rib of beef, once cooked sliced it and served in a burger buns. It makes a lovely change from your minced beef burger at the BBQ.

In this recipe I have used 4 Sirloin steaks (photo is Rib of Beef because it looks better!!) as it was on offer and I am a sucker for the red ‘On Offer’ stickers.

Please feel free to use any cut of steak you prefer for this recipe. The marinade is enough for about 600g to 1kg of steak.
I am also not going to tell you how long to cook the steak for as it all depends if you are cooking it on a BBQ (gas or coal), under a grill or in a pan and how you like them cooked. I am a medium well and Mr M is medium rare. I am sure you are all expert on cooking a good steak.

BBQ Herb Steak
BBQ Herb Steak

Please use fresh herbs for this recipe.

You will need:
1tbsp chopped parsley
1tbsp chopped coriander
½ tbsp. chopped mint
½ tbsp. chopped rosemary
4 clove garlic minced
3 tbsp oyster sauce
Pinch of salt and white pepper
3 tbsp olive oil
4 x Sirloin steak (200g each)
1 large zip lock bag or a bowl (I like to use the bag as the steak marinades better and is easier to keep in the fridge and no dirty hands or washing up!)

Let’s Cook!

Add all the ingredients apart from the steak in to the bag and give it a good mix then add the steaks. Give it a good mix making sure all of your steaks are covered in the herby mix. Seal the bag or cover the bowl and keep in the fridge for at least 2 hours (preferably over night). Sometimes when I find a good offer on steak I will buy them, marinade and keep in the freezer until I need it.

And that is it really. Could not be simpler.

Cook your steaks on the BBQ to your liking and serve on a salad or sliced and serve with any type of bread you like. I have had them in a bun, in a wrap, but my favourite is in pita bread with a bit of salad and hot sauce.

Yummy Steak
Yummy Steak

Note: English is not my first language. Please excuse any spelling or grammatical errors.

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