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T-Bone Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Steak and vegetables on a grill

As Summer is winding down, take advantage of all the grilling weather you have left to make the king of all steak, the T-bone.

Check out the video recipe here!

Check out our weekly ad here!

Grilled T-Bone Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce

Prep: 15 minutes plus standing • Grill: 10 minutes • Serves: 6

Chimichurri Sauce

4          garlic cloves

2          green onions, coarsely chopped

¼         cup packed fresh cilantro leaves

¼         cup packed fresh Italian parsley leaves

¼         cup white wine vinegar

1          teaspoon dried oregano leaves

¾         teaspoon kosher salt

½         teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

¼         teaspoon ground red pepper

¾         cup extra virgin olive oil

Steaks

2          T-Bone steaks (about 1 pound each)

1          tablespoon olive oil

1½       teaspoons favorite steak seasoning

1. Prepare Chimichurri Sauce: In food processor with knife blade attached or blender, purée garlic, onions, cilantro, parsley, vinegar, oregano, salt, black pepper and red pepper; with processor running, slowly pour oil through feed tube and purée until emulsified.

2. Prepare Steaks: Prepare outdoor charcoal grill for direct grilling. Let steaks stand 30 minutes at room temperature. Brush steaks with oil and sprinkle with steak seasoning.

3. Once grill temperature reaches 450°, place steaks on hot grill rack; cook, uncovered, 10 minutes or until internal temperature of steaks reaches 135°, turning once.

4. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 10 minutes before slicing. (Internal temperature of steak will rise to 145° upon standing for medium-rare.) Slice steaks across the grain and serve with Chimichurri Sauce.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 548 Calories, 50g Fat (12g Saturated), 79mg Cholesterol, 611mg Sodium, 2g Carbohydrates, 1g Fiber, 24g Protein

Chef Tips

Letting the steaks stand at room temperature up to 1 hour before cooking results in even cooking, and tender, juicier steaks.

To prepare a charcoal grill for direct grilling, remove the top grate from the charcoal grill. Place coals in a chimney starter. Spark the coals and let the coals burn until they are covered with a thick layer of gray ash. Spread the coals onto the bottom grate. If the grill does not have a built-in thermometer, attach an oven thermometer to the top grill grate, replace the top grate and close the grill.

To create crosshatch marks on steaks, turn the steaks a quarter turn halfway through the grilling time on each side of steaks during first 8 minutes.

Grilled Steak and vegetables

T-Bone Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Steak and vegetables on a grill

As Summer is winding down, take advantage of all the grilling weather you have left to make the king of all steak, the T-bone.

Check out the video recipe here!

Check out our weekly ad here!

Grilled T-Bone Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce

Prep: 15 minutes plus standing • Grill: 10 minutes • Serves: 6

Chimichurri Sauce

4          garlic cloves

2          green onions, coarsely chopped

¼         cup packed fresh cilantro leaves

¼         cup packed fresh Italian parsley leaves

¼         cup white wine vinegar

1          teaspoon dried oregano leaves

¾         teaspoon kosher salt

½         teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

¼         teaspoon ground red pepper

¾         cup extra virgin olive oil

Steaks

2          T-Bone steaks (about 1 pound each)

1          tablespoon olive oil

1½       teaspoons favorite steak seasoning

1. Prepare Chimichurri Sauce: In food processor with knife blade attached or blender, purée garlic, onions, cilantro, parsley, vinegar, oregano, salt, black pepper and red pepper; with processor running, slowly pour oil through feed tube and purée until emulsified.

2. Prepare Steaks: Prepare outdoor charcoal grill for direct grilling. Let steaks stand 30 minutes at room temperature. Brush steaks with oil and sprinkle with steak seasoning.

3. Once grill temperature reaches 450°, place steaks on hot grill rack; cook, uncovered, 10 minutes or until internal temperature of steaks reaches 135°, turning once.

4. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 10 minutes before slicing. (Internal temperature of steak will rise to 145° upon standing for medium-rare.) Slice steaks across the grain and serve with Chimichurri Sauce.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 548 Calories, 50g Fat (12g Saturated), 79mg Cholesterol, 611mg Sodium, 2g Carbohydrates, 1g Fiber, 24g Protein

Chef Tips

Letting the steaks stand at room temperature up to 1 hour before cooking results in even cooking, and tender, juicier steaks.

To prepare a charcoal grill for direct grilling, remove the top grate from the charcoal grill. Place coals in a chimney starter. Spark the coals and let the coals burn until they are covered with a thick layer of gray ash. Spread the coals onto the bottom grate. If the grill does not have a built-in thermometer, attach an oven thermometer to the top grill grate, replace the top grate and close the grill.

To create crosshatch marks on steaks, turn the steaks a quarter turn halfway through the grilling time on each side of steaks during first 8 minutes.

Grilled Steak and vegetables

T-Bone Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Steak and vegetables on a grill

As Summer is winding down, take advantage of all the grilling weather you have left to make the king of all steak, the T-bone.

Check out the video recipe here!

Check out our weekly ad here!

Grilled T-Bone Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce

Prep: 15 minutes plus standing • Grill: 10 minutes • Serves: 6

Chimichurri Sauce

4          garlic cloves

2          green onions, coarsely chopped

¼         cup packed fresh cilantro leaves

¼         cup packed fresh Italian parsley leaves

¼         cup white wine vinegar

1          teaspoon dried oregano leaves

¾         teaspoon kosher salt

½         teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

¼         teaspoon ground red pepper

¾         cup extra virgin olive oil

Steaks

2          T-Bone steaks (about 1 pound each)

1          tablespoon olive oil

1½       teaspoons favorite steak seasoning

1. Prepare Chimichurri Sauce: In food processor with knife blade attached or blender, purée garlic, onions, cilantro, parsley, vinegar, oregano, salt, black pepper and red pepper; with processor running, slowly pour oil through feed tube and purée until emulsified.

2. Prepare Steaks: Prepare outdoor charcoal grill for direct grilling. Let steaks stand 30 minutes at room temperature. Brush steaks with oil and sprinkle with steak seasoning.

3. Once grill temperature reaches 450°, place steaks on hot grill rack; cook, uncovered, 10 minutes or until internal temperature of steaks reaches 135°, turning once.

4. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 10 minutes before slicing. (Internal temperature of steak will rise to 145° upon standing for medium-rare.) Slice steaks across the grain and serve with Chimichurri Sauce.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 548 Calories, 50g Fat (12g Saturated), 79mg Cholesterol, 611mg Sodium, 2g Carbohydrates, 1g Fiber, 24g Protein

Chef Tips

Letting the steaks stand at room temperature up to 1 hour before cooking results in even cooking, and tender, juicier steaks.

To prepare a charcoal grill for direct grilling, remove the top grate from the charcoal grill. Place coals in a chimney starter. Spark the coals and let the coals burn until they are covered with a thick layer of gray ash. Spread the coals onto the bottom grate. If the grill does not have a built-in thermometer, attach an oven thermometer to the top grill grate, replace the top grate and close the grill.

To create crosshatch marks on steaks, turn the steaks a quarter turn halfway through the grilling time on each side of steaks during first 8 minutes.

Grilled Steak

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Your Smoker Grill

You head to your patio, spatula and tongs in one hand, a plate of meat in the other, then it hits, that passing thought about the health risks of grilling meats. For years our BBQ bliss has been tainted with talks of heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and their association with various types of cancer. HCAs are produced when meat is exposed to high temperatures like the heat from grill flames and PAHs are found in the smoke from burning meat drippings and subsequently deposited on your meat.

Then along came the smoker grill with promises of reducing the risk of HCAs by sheltering meat from direct flames and protecting us from PAHs by collecting meat drippings. Unfortunately, burning wood (or wood pellets) also produce PAHs, meaning smoked foods may in fact contain more PAHs than grilled food and our hearts were broken once again. While the internet is filled with articles about how to reduce the risk from grill cooking, there is little info about PAHs and smoking food to help with our new beloved smoker.

Is there really a reason to get worked up about PAHs or even HCAs for that matter? We don’t know. Studies have shown that exposure to large doses can increase the risk of certain cancers among animals, but observational human studies have been mixed with some finding increased risk and others with no increased risk. A 2015 report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) determined there was not enough data to reach a conclusion about whether the way meat is cooked affects the risk of cancer. Further complicating the matter, PAHs or HCAs aren’t the hazards, rather it’s the byproducts produced when they are metabolized that cause the risk. Certain genotypes have been shown to produce more of these PAH and HCA byproducts than others meaning the health hazards could be greater for some than others.

Back to your plate of meat:
Humans have been grilling since the dawn of man and smoking for centuries with no obvious harm. Any health risk from these cooking methods is likely very small. Steady your shaking hands so you can use the tongs to load up the smoker grill and follow these tips for reducing PAHs (just to be safe):

  1. Use low PAH producing woods. One study found apple and alder produced significantly lower amounts of PAHs compared with juniper, spruce, maple, hazel, plum, aspen, and bird-cherry.
  2. Keep smoking time under 5 hours. The less time your meat is exposed to smoke the fewer PAHs it will pick up. Keep in mind, however, that food poisoning is a far greater risk thank PAHs so ensure your meat is cooked thoroughly.
  3. Buy a grill with a separate combustion chamber. When the fuel is burned in a separate chamber from the food, PAHs are reduced.
  4. Watch your portions. A serving of meat is typically 3 oz or about the size of your palm. Try to limit your intake to one serving.
  5. Save the smoker for special occasions. Smoking meats a few times a month isn’t likely anything to worry about. If it becomes a nightly ritual, however, it may be time to look into some other cooking techniques.
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Yogurt-Marinated Petite Sirloin Steak & Potato Salad

wooden table with steak and a potato salad on a plate

This fool proof yogurt marinated steak recipe is sure to become one of your favorites. Pick up petite sirloins steaks on sale this week and throw together a meal fit for royalty! Visit our Weekly Ad to get the deal and follow the recipe video here.

Ingredients:

4 petite sirloin steaks (about 6 ounces each)

¾ cup lemon garlic Greek yogurt dressing

8 (10-inch) wooden skewers

1 pound red potatoes

3 tablespoons olive oil

4 refrigerated hard-cooked eggs, chopped

1 Roma tomato, chopped

¼ cup quartered radishes

¼ cup thinly sliced red onion

1tablespoon chopped fresh basil

¼ teaspoon kosher salt

¼ teaspoon ground black pepper

½ cup loosely packed baby arugula

1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese

Instructions:

Place steaks in large zip-top plastic bag; pour ½ cup dressing over steaks. Seal bag, pressing out any excess air; refrigerate at least 1 hour or up to 8 hours.

Soak skewers in water 30 minutes. Heat large saucepot of salted water to a boil over high heat; add potatoes and cook 10 minutes; drain and let cool.

Prepare outdoor grill for direct grilling over medium-high heat. Cut potatoes into quarters; toss with oil in large bowl. Thread potatoes onto skewers. Place skewers on hot grill rack; cover and cook 10 minutes or until potatoes are crisp, turning once; let cool.

Turn off burners on 1 side of grill. Remove steaks from marinade; discard marinade. Place steaks on hot grill rack over lit side of grill; cover and cook 6 minutes, turning once. Transfer steaks to unlit side of grill; cover and cook 4 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 140° for medium-rare. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 5 minutes. (Internal temperature will rise 5 to 10° upon standing.)

Remove potatoes from skewers. In large bowl, toss eggs, tomato, radishes, onion, basil, salt, pepper, remaining ¼ cup dressing and potatoes until combined; fold in arugula and cheese. Serve steaks with potato salad.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 715 Calories, 44g Fat (14g Saturated), 329mg Cholesterol, 742mg Sodium, 30g Carbohydrates, 3g Fiber, 6g Sugars, 3g Added Sugars, 49g Protein

Yogurt-Marinated Petite Sirloin Steak & Potato Salad

wooden table with steak and a potato salad on a plate

This fool proof yogurt marinated steak recipe is sure to become one of your favorites. Pick up petite sirloins steaks on sale this week and throw together a meal fit for royalty! Visit our Weekly Ad to get the deal and follow the recipe video here.

Ingredients:

4 petite sirloin steaks (about 6 ounces each)

¾ cup lemon garlic Greek yogurt dressing

8 (10-inch) wooden skewers

1 pound red potatoes

3 tablespoons olive oil

4 refrigerated hard-cooked eggs, chopped

1 Roma tomato, chopped

¼ cup quartered radishes

¼ cup thinly sliced red onion

1tablespoon chopped fresh basil

¼ teaspoon kosher salt

¼ teaspoon ground black pepper

½ cup loosely packed baby arugula

1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese

Instructions:

Place steaks in large zip-top plastic bag; pour ½ cup dressing over steaks. Seal bag, pressing out any excess air; refrigerate at least 1 hour or up to 8 hours.

Soak skewers in water 30 minutes. Heat large saucepot of salted water to a boil over high heat; add potatoes and cook 10 minutes; drain and let cool.

Prepare outdoor grill for direct grilling over medium-high heat. Cut potatoes into quarters; toss with oil in large bowl. Thread potatoes onto skewers. Place skewers on hot grill rack; cover and cook 10 minutes or until potatoes are crisp, turning once; let cool.

Turn off burners on 1 side of grill. Remove steaks from marinade; discard marinade. Place steaks on hot grill rack over lit side of grill; cover and cook 6 minutes, turning once. Transfer steaks to unlit side of grill; cover and cook 4 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 140° for medium-rare. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 5 minutes. (Internal temperature will rise 5 to 10° upon standing.)

Remove potatoes from skewers. In large bowl, toss eggs, tomato, radishes, onion, basil, salt, pepper, remaining ¼ cup dressing and potatoes until combined; fold in arugula and cheese. Serve steaks with potato salad.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 715 Calories, 44g Fat (14g Saturated), 329mg Cholesterol, 742mg Sodium, 30g Carbohydrates, 3g Fiber, 6g Sugars, 3g Added Sugars, 49g Protein

Yogurt-Marinated Petite Sirloin Steak & Potato Salad

wooden table with steak and a potato salad on a plate

This fool proof yogurt marinated steak recipe is sure to become one of your favorites. Pick up petite sirloins steaks on sale this week and throw together a meal fit for royalty! Visit our Weekly Ad to get the deal and follow the recipe video here.

Ingredients:

4 petite sirloin steaks (about 6 ounces each)

¾ cup lemon garlic Greek yogurt dressing

8 (10-inch) wooden skewers

1 pound red potatoes

3 tablespoons olive oil

4 refrigerated hard-cooked eggs, chopped

1 Roma tomato, chopped

¼ cup quartered radishes

¼ cup thinly sliced red onion

1tablespoon chopped fresh basil

¼ teaspoon kosher salt

¼ teaspoon ground black pepper

½ cup loosely packed baby arugula

1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese

Instructions:

Place steaks in large zip-top plastic bag; pour ½ cup dressing over steaks. Seal bag, pressing out any excess air; refrigerate at least 1 hour or up to 8 hours.

Soak skewers in water 30 minutes. Heat large saucepot of salted water to a boil over high heat; add potatoes and cook 10 minutes; drain and let cool.

Prepare outdoor grill for direct grilling over medium-high heat. Cut potatoes into quarters; toss with oil in large bowl. Thread potatoes onto skewers. Place skewers on hot grill rack; cover and cook 10 minutes or until potatoes are crisp, turning once; let cool.

Turn off burners on 1 side of grill. Remove steaks from marinade; discard marinade. Place steaks on hot grill rack over lit side of grill; cover and cook 6 minutes, turning once. Transfer steaks to unlit side of grill; cover and cook 4 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 140° for medium-rare. Transfer steaks to cutting board; tent with aluminum foil and let stand 5 minutes. (Internal temperature will rise 5 to 10° upon standing.)

Remove potatoes from skewers. In large bowl, toss eggs, tomato, radishes, onion, basil, salt, pepper, remaining ¼ cup dressing and potatoes until combined; fold in arugula and cheese. Serve steaks with potato salad.

Approximate nutritional values per serving: 715 Calories, 44g Fat (14g Saturated), 329mg Cholesterol, 742mg Sodium, 30g Carbohydrates, 3g Fiber, 6g Sugars, 3g Added Sugars, 49g Protein

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Enjoy incredible savings this week at Dan’s Fresh Market with our 40% off meat sale! Juicy steaks from Certified Angus Beef, salmon fillets from Fog River and more are available in-store right now. Click the link below to access our Weekly Ad to view all of our meat items on sale. 

Since the 1970’s Certified Angus Beef Brand has been known for providing top quality cuts of beef that are renowned for their tenderness, flavor and marbling. You can rest assured that each bite of their delicious beef will be as great as the last. Enjoy exceptional savings on CAB beef products during our 40% off meat sale!

Rog River products provide a unique blend of quality and freshness that any seafood lover will appreciate. Their story beings 30 years ago with one commercial Salmon boat fishing out of Kenai, Alaska and transporting their small hand-picked percentage of each day’s catch overnight to Salt Lake City. Select Fog River products are available on our 40% off meat sale. 

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