Recipes For Beef
Grill Perfect Steak with Royal Gourmet Gas Grill

Grill Perfect Steak with Royal Gourmet Gas Grill


A juicy, sizzling, and tasty steak is definitely your highlight in summertime grilling. Almost every griller has been cooking with a steak on grill grates, because that’s how a steak is supposed to be done.


Before everything starts, you’ll need to get yourself a decent-quality prime steak. Some food ingredients may need good marinade or rubs to add flavor, while steak would probably be an exception, since the meat itself has already got its unique “steak flavor”. You don’t really have to season too much with various spices. In comparison, the choice of a good steak is more important. Take prime grade steaks to meet the craving of your mouth and stomach.


A good grill matters. You won’t want waste your expensive prime steak on a disappointing equipment, therefore, choosing an excellent-performance grill plays a significant role in your perfect steak achievement.


Royal Gourmet gas grills come with various types, coming with high-grade stainless steel burners, quick-start ignition system, and easy-to-control knobs, which allow for times of delightful grilling experience.


When you are getting ready on the steak and grill, you are already half way done.


If you don’t buy the steak the same day you plan to raise the lid, remember to rest the steak to room temperature when taking it out from fridge. Never grill a steak which is still frozen.


Lightly brush olive oil on both sides of the steak, and season with a pinch of kosher salt and fresh ground pepper. Meanwhile, preheat your Royal Gourmet gas grill, turning the knobs to high.


The sizzle you hear the moment when you place the steak on grate is absolutely the beautiful music every griller enjoys.


Flip the steak until it’s getting golden brown and slightly charred, which costs approximately 4-5 minutes. It is wise to check the internal temperature with Royal Gourmet digital meat thermometer, so that you can cook without guesswork.

If you want your steak medium rare, the thermometer should display 130°; for medium it is 140°; and 160°for well done.


Transfer the sizzling steak from grates to a cutting board, and let it rest for at least 5 minutes. Don’t skip this important step even if you get hungry mouths around. Resting allows juice to go back to the meat, which helps distributing better taste.


After all, slice the steak and it’s time to chow down!


With Royal Gourmet grills and instant thermometers, you will with no doubt make your next steak grilling a success!

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