Grilled steak is an all-time classic everyone loves. It’s hard to imagine a summer time barbecue with friends and family without juicy sirloins or t-bones, getting nicely seared at the grill. Cooking a good steak may seem like a form of art at first sight, but you’ll be surprised at how easy it actually is.

Here are a few useful tips and tricks on how to grill great steaks that are juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside with just a few ingredients.

Of course, when it comes to steak, much depends on the quality of meat and the cut. There are many steak cuts that are good for grilling. I recommend choosing thicker cuts, at least an inch thick. Also, make sure the meat is fresh, preferably, hasn’t been frozen once. If you want your steaks rare, it’s best to cook them on high, just searing the outside nicely, and then give the steak just a few minutes on low to warm up the insides.

For medium rare and well done steaks, sear the sides first and then place them away from direct heat to cook some more. Prep for grilled steaks can be anything from simply rubbing them with salt and pepper to marinading them in something complex and full of herbs and flavors, such as wine and herbs marinade.

Follow the simple instructions below to grill perfect steaks in just a few easy steps!

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