Our 10 Most Popular Steak Recipes of All Time
The thing I love most about getting steak on the dinner table (aside from digging into the main course, obviously) is that there are so many possibilities when the hankering for a meaty meal hits. It can mean a marinated flank steak from the grill, a beefy oven-cooked ribeye, a warm steak salad, a hearty steak sandwich, a summery steak kebab, or even a play on a takeout favorite. We’ve shared a lot of steak recipes over the years, and here are the 10 most popular of all time.
This one-skillet number is the steak recipe I most often turn to when I want something a little more than a plain ol’ steak. It’s partnered with crispy potato wedges and, best of all, drizzled with a garlicky lemon-parsley butter.
When you really want a straightforward, no-fuss steak with a crisp crust and juicy center, I can say without question that the most fail-proof way to cook it on the stovetop only requires three steps.
The secret to the best oven-cooked steak with an irresistible crust is heating the skillet for about 20 minutes to get it screaming hot.
Steak tips are an inexpensive cut of beef that has a loose-grain texture, perfect for soaking up marinades like this soy and balsamic one that’s both salty and tangy.
Make this savory marinade once and you’ll never make grilled steak any other way. Trust me — I speak from experience.
Not only is it a breeze to make this crowd favorite at home in 30 minutes, but it’s also always so much better than takeout.
Between the creamy and tangy Dijonnaise, the pickled red onions, and spicy arugula, this still stands as my favorite steak sandwich.
Inspired by classic steak fajitas, this light, fresh salad is just the twist you need for your summer meal plan.
Between the thinly sliced beef, the trio of sautéed vegetables, and the blanket of cheese, this is easily the most comforting way to get steak on the dinner table.
These skewers are what happens when a classic steakhouse dinner gets reimagined into an easy weeknight dinner you toss on the grill. Trust me — it’s one you’ll want to memorize for summer and beyond.