Grilled Filet Mignon

or… Steak. (for all you un-cultured people). 

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You want steak? I give you steak. Steak, salt and pepper. And a little bit of garlic powder if you are feeling a little crazy (or if you just want a little extra flavor). There’s really nothing more to it! The part I’ve been trying to master is cooking it for the right amount of time. It depends on your grill and your individual settings etc., but the best thing to do is to keep slicing it in the middle to check how raw it is. I like my steak medium-rare, so I’m constantly battling the fine line between uncooked and chewy…. but I’m working on it! As for you, make sure your grill is on High heat, and keep checking to make sure you don’t over do it! (unless you want it that way…)

Here’s the grill I use: Cuisinart Griddler

 

 

INGREDIENTS

A good piece of steak (I suggest Filet Mignon)

Salt

Pepper

Garlic Powder (if you’re feeling crazy)

 

 

1. Turn the grill on and begin heating to high heat.

2. Season one side of the steak with pepper, salt, and a little garlic powder.

3. When the grill is ready, put the seasoned side down.

4. Season face-up side, while on the grill.

5. Leave it alone, and wait a few minutes!

6. If the meat is no longer pink/red outside, take a sharp knife and cut a hole in the middle to check the raw-ness.

7. Continue doing this while cooking to reach your desired steak preference!

8. Eventually it will be done.

WOOO HOOOOOOOOO.

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Yaaassssssss.

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Now don’t just eat this alone! Add it to something!

Add this Grilled Chicken to my Simple Salad!

Add this to my Simple Salad!

Try it on the Colorful Kale Salad!

Try it on the Colorful Kale Salad!

Grilled Filet Mignon
 
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What I Used:
  • A good piece of steak (I suggest Filet Mignon)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Garlic Powder (if you're feeling crazy)
How to do It:
  1. Turn the grill on and begin heating to high heat.
  2. Season one side of the steak with pepper, salt, and a little garlic powder.
  3. When the grill is ready, put the seasoned side down.
  4. Season face-up side, while on the grill.
  5. Leave it alone, and wait a few minutes!
  6. If the meat is no longer pink/red outside, take a sharp knife and cut a hole in the middle to check the raw-ness.
  7. Continue doing this while cooking to reach your desired steak preference!
  8. Eventually it will be done.