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Grilling a Better Steak

Module by: Sarah Coppin, Ricardo Radaelli-Sanchez. E-mail the authors

Summary: This is part of a tutorial to teach CNXML. It is also a module on how I would ideally cook a steak. The following recipe I've never tried and devised at 12:30 in the morning following a really long day of work and classes. I image that it will taste much better than my imagination.

I have eaten many steaks in my life and none have been more satisfying than the backyard-grill cooked steak. Maybe this is because of the relaxing nature of drinking a beer, being outside, and lounging that accompanies the grilling procedure. Maybe it is because of the aroma of the grill and the beef perfectly seasoned to your taste. Either way, this module shows how a good steak can be prepared.

Ingredients

Before we begin to cook I have compiled a list of ingredients.

Ingredients

  • Salt
  • Fresh ground pepper
  • Lime
  • Beer
  • Chili powder
  • T-Bone steak

Marinade

To ensure the best flavor possible, it is necessary to marinate the beef. A steak marinates when left to sit in marinade, or prepared sauce, where it will absorb the flavor of the ingredients. Marinating may take as little as 15 minutes or as long as 6 hours and should always be done in the refrigerator and not at room temperature.

Marinade

  1. pour beer into large bowl
  2. add chili powder to tase
  3. squeeze half lime into beer marinade
  4. place steak in beer, let soak for 30 minutes
Figure 1: Upon successful completion of these modules, you should be able to grill a steak that looks just as good!
T-Bone Steak
T-Bone Steak (tbone.jpg)
Figure 2: Upon successful completion of these modules, you should be able to grill a steak that looks just as good!
Steaks
T-BoneNew York Strip
(a) (b)
T-Bone (tbone.jpg)New York Strip (ny_strip.png)
Figure 3: Upon successful completion of these modules, you should be able to grill a steak that looks just as good!
Steaks
T-Bone
(a)
T-Bone (tbone.jpg)
New York Strip
(b)
New York Strip (ny_strip.png)

How to grill the steak will be covered in The Advanced CNXML. For more marinades see the Angus Beef website. Finally, a good resource is the Steak Lover's Cookbook -- William Rice; Paperback.

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