BBQ Sirloin Steak

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BBQ sirloin steaks use a little lemon pepper seasoning for additional flavor. Make BBQ sirloin steak with help from the founder of the award-winning Smoke In Da Eye competition cooking team in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Clint Cantwell, grill master for Omaha Steaks, and today we're firing up some beautiful sirloin steaks. We did a very simple rep on these. These are beautiful steaks to grill up hot and fast. We rub them down with some extra virgin olive oil and a good sprinkle of lemon pepper seasoning. And these are going to go over direct heat for about 7 minutes per side for medium rare. And then we'll finish them off by plating them with about a tablespoon of unsalted butter and let that rich butter meld with the beefiness of these sirloin steaks and they should be beautiful. Throw them on the grill over direct heat for about 5 minutes per side. We're going to cook them 2 and a half, 3 minutes, give them a quarter turn so you get that nice crosshatching, flip them over, same thing on the other side. Then plate them with a tablespoon of unsalted butter so you get that richness of the butter melting in with the sirloin steaks and it should be delicious. Let's get them over here, hear that sizzle. That means the grill is working. We'll cover this up, let that smoke envelop our steaks and we'll be back in a couple of minutes to give them a flip. Stay tuned. We'll give these a quarter turn. See, the grill is letting you know when these are ready to be turned. Those are looking beautiful, nice crust on the outside. All right. So our sirloin steaks are looking delicious, got some nice crosshatching going on here, just like you'd find in a restaurant. We've got a tablespoon of unsalted butter which we'll just melt over the top. And that looks beautiful. Let that meat soak up all that buttery goodness and that is a meat lovers paradise. Two beautiful sirloin steaks ready to be sliced, ready to be served. I hope you enjoyed this recipe as much as I enjoyed making it. Thanks for joining me.


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