All Natural -- Fresh Ingredients -- No Preservatives -- Gluten Free
Top Sirloin Cooking Instructions
Grilling the perfect steak is as easy as 1 – 2 – 3!
*Because of its bold flavor and reasonable price, many barbequers consider top sirloin to be superior to other cuts and butchers often take these savory steaks home for themselves.
*Always preheat the barbeque to cooking temperature before you place the steaks on the grill. This will help prevent sticking and assure good grill marks (the badge of an expert griller!)
*Use tongs to turn the steak. Never poke the steak with a fork because it lets the juice run out of the steak. The best way to know if it is done is to touch the meat: soft meat means it is medium rare; some resistance shows it is medium; and firm to touch shows that it is well done. Don't burn yourself! Use a spoon.
Directions: *Pour seasoning into a small bowl and MIX WELL to get the full range of flavor (ingredients often settle in the package). Using a spoon, sprinkle seasoning on one side of the steak.
*Get the grill as hot as possible. Place steaks on the grill, seasoned side down. Sprinkle seasoning on the unseasoned while steaks are on the grill.
*Char the steaks on one side, then flip them and char the other side. On average, 4 ½ minutes on each side will cook a 1 inch to 1 ½ inch steak medium rare, 6 minutes on each side should cook to medium well, but remember, your grill may vary. Serve your perfect steaks with your favorite accompaniments. My family enjoys barbequed steaks with grilled, sweet white corn on the cob and a tossed green salad.
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