21 Jan

Must-Try Steak Recipes

By Kansas City Steak Company Tags : steak recipes 

There’s no better time to start a new habit or goal than the present, and as your go-to source for how to grill steak, we’re here with the coveted recipe list you’ve been waiting for. From Filet Mignon to Flat Iron, we’re serving up a heaping helping of our favorite steak recipes.

First, start with hand-selected cuts of quality steak. We recommend premium Midwestern corn-fed beef and by ordering your steaks to be shipped directly to you, you can skip the crowds and enjoy the convenience of delivery to your doorstep.

Filet Mignon Steak Recipes

Filet Mignon. We all love it for that delightful butter-tender texture and incredible flavor, but we guarantee there are some creative ways to prepare and cook Filet Mignon you’ve never considered.

Tender Filet Mignon butterflied and stuffed with a winsome blend of lump crab meat, minced celery and onion, mayonnaise (or sour cream), egg yolk, dried mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper, then baked to perfection.

Filet Mignon is rubbed with a flavorful mixture of sweet paprika, ground cumin, chili powder, chipotle chile powder, salt, pepper and cocoa powder, then seared and cooked over high heat. Serve with the ultimate complementary sauce, which contains brown sugar, vinegar, yellow mustard and tomato sauce.

Premium Filet Mignon steaks are seasoned with salt and pepper, seared, and baked over chopped vegetables, butter, and a mouthwatering array of spices.

Ribeye Steak Recipes

From all the various cuts of steak available, the ribeye has long been considered the steak lover’s choice. However, when it comes to innovation, we’re all capable of falling into a rut. Never fear! We’ve got you covered with the best ribeye steak recipes.

The ribeye sandwich you never knew you always wanted. Strips of ribeye steak are cooked and served on a toasted bun with blue cheese, Applewood bacon crumbles and roasted red pepper.

Bone-in ribeye steaks are grilled and served with a savory side of red and sweet onions cooked with thick-cut bacon, beef stock and tomatoes, and buttery grilled asparagus.

Rich, well-marbled ribeye steaks are cooked in a skillet with beef broth, red bell pepper and onion, along with brown sugar, garlic powder and black pepper.

Kansas City Strip Steak Recipes

The Kansas City Strip is known for being lean, tender and full of flavor. Famous in its own right, there is no shortage of creative ways to prepare, grill or cook this steak “giant.” Start with a few of our favorite Kansas City Strip steak recipes:

Flavorful Kansas City Strip steaks are seasoned and grilled, then served with a rich, homemade bourbon butter pecan sauce.

Kansas City Strip steaks are seasoned and grilled, then served with a flavorful side consisting of wild mushrooms and sliced red onion, cooked in Dijon Mustard, balsamic vinegar and beef stock.

Premium Kansas City Strip steaks are seasoned with ground black peppercorn, coffee beans and salt, then cooked on a hot grill. Serve with grilled asparagus or twice baked potatoes and garnish.

Flat Iron Steak Recipes

Flat Iron steaks are rich in flavor and boast great texture. While they are perfect for steak sandwiches, fajitas and various other recipes, some of our favorite flat iron steak recipes include fantastic sauces and toppings. Add one (or all) of these to your recipe book:

Flat iron steaks are seasoned with salt and pepper, seared and cooked in a pan with shallots, then topped with a savory herbed butter consisting of butter, fresh parsley, lemon juice and fresh thyme.

Tender flat iron steaks are marinated overnight with dried wild mushrooms, garlic clove, red wine, salt and pepper, then grilled and topped with a fresh chimichurri consisting of fresh parsley, fresh oregano, olive oil, red wine vinegar, minced garlic, crushed red pepper, salt and pepper.

Flat iron steaks are seasoned with salt and pepper, then grilled and topped with a delicious homemade KC Barbeque Glaze. Serve with Kansas City Steak Fries or a leafy green salad.

Which recipe are you most excited to try?