Easy recipes for the ultimate steak night

Easy recipes for the ultimate steak night

Easy recipes for the ultimate steak night – Sharpen the serrated knives. Whether you prefer sirloin, ribeye, rump, scotch fillet or skirt, there’s a mouth-watering steak recipe here for everyone.

Colin Fassnidge’s skirt steak with salsa verde

Raid the herb garden (or the fridge) to whip up this easy sauce that goes so well with steak.

Rib eye with chimichurri

This light chimichurri pairs delightfully with this mid-week beef rib-eye hit. You will need a meat thermometer for this recipe.

Beef tagliata with cavolo nero dressing

A great green sauce for a great steak.

Flank steak with salsa verde and fennel and currant salad

This recipe will teach you how to cook the perfect flank steak.

Smoked cheddar steak sandwich with beer mustard

Begin this recipe one day ahead.

Steak and chips with bearnaise mayonnaise

Matt Preston shows you how to not only whip up a tasty dinner for the family but also a cheats way of making homemade mayonnaise!

Grilled Mayura Station wagyu

If there’s anything better than a beautifully cooked steak, we don’t want to know about it. Recipe by chef Paul Baker of the Botanic Gardens Restaurant.

Satay steak skewers

“Don’t waste time threading small pieces of meat onto skewers, this steak version’s super quick and easy to make,” says Warren Mendes.

Skirt steak with green goddess hummus

It’s hard to believe this Middle Eastern comfort food feast can be on the table in under 20 minutes!

Easy recipes for the ultimate steak night

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Grilled rib eye steak with chimichurri

Rib eye steak + chimichurri = delicious dinner for two.

Skirt steak with green sauce

This skirt steak with green sauce makes for an excellent mid-week meal that’s packed full of iron. Keep in mind the left overs will also make a great steak sandwich for lunch the next day.

Onglet steak with black garlic butter and silverbeet

A recipe filled with flavour by Michelin-starred chef, Skye Gyngell who proves time-and-time again that slow- cooking is a nice, simple way of cooking.

Steak with porcini butter and charred onion

An excellent source of high-quality protein and easily absorbed iron and zinc, this steak dish is the fix you need to keep up with your active lifestyle.

Scotch steak, anchovy butter and quick fries

Steak and chips gets a bit of a twist. Be sure to freezer any leftover butter for another time.

Bushman’s steak with outback sauce

Sometimes you can’t go passed a good, butchers cut of steak. Succumb to the cravings with this simple bushman’s steak recipe. This is an edited extract from Surfing the Menu – Next Generation by Dan Churchill and Hayden Quinn (Published by Simon & Schuster, $49.99), and is available in bookshops nationally.

Bavette steak with pickled golden beetroot

Skirt steak is seen as a secondary cut, but there’s a lot to love about this tender, flavour-packed meat. It’s best medium-rare, so don’t overcook it!

Gochujang-glazed skirt steak

Gochujang is a fermented chilli paste which is giving that trademark Korean lip-smacking savouriness to dishes all around town.