Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is the perfect dinner for a fall evening. The steak is marinated in balsamic vinegar, garlic, and rosemary mixture, and then grilled to perfection. The result is a juicy, flavorful steak that is sure to please the whole family. Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is best served with a green salad and crusty bread.
This was inspired by my other recipe on this site, and pairs well with this amazing sidedish recipe
What is so special about Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak?
Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is one of the most delicious and healthy food options you can choose. It is made with the goodness of balsamic vinegar, steak, and other healthy ingredients. The vinegar helps to tenderize the steak while also infusing it with a delicious flavor. The result is a juicy, flavorful steak that is sure to please any palate.
Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is also a healthy option because it is low in fat and calories. This makes it a great choice for those who are looking to eat healthier or lose weight. Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is a delicious, healthy, and easy way to enjoy a delicious meal.
Prep time: 10 minutes (+ time to marinate)
Cook time: 15-20 minutes
- 1 T. Dijon mustard
½ c. Balsamic vinegar
¼ c. Olive oil
3 Garlic cloves, thinly sliced
1 t. Dried basil
- Sea salt and black pepper, to taste
1 lb. Sirloin steak
- Combine mustard, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, garlic, and basil in a large shallow pan. Add sea salt and pepper to taste. Whisk to combine.
- Season steak with black pepper and add to the marinade. Turn the steak with tongs a few times to ensure the steak is evenly coated with the marinade.
- Marinate for at least 30 minutes at room temperature or up to 10 hours in the refrigerator.
- Heat an outdoor grill to medium heat or grill-pan on the stovetop top on medium-high.
- Remove steak from marinade allowing excess marinade to drip off. Lightly season the steak with salt and black pepper on the first side. Grill steak on medium for 4-5 minutes. Turn steak, season with salt and black pepper to taste on the 2nd side, and cook for another 3-5 minutes, or until the steak reaches desired level of doneness.
- Transfer to a platter and let rest 10 minutes before slicing.
- Slice steak and serve with Grilled Corn On The Cob With Herbed Parmesan Butter or your favorite side dish.
Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is a delicious and easy to make recipe that is perfect for a BBQ. The balsamic vinegar and steak marinade give the steak a rich, deep flavor that is perfect for grilling. However, if you don't have any balsamic vinegar on hand, there are a few substitutes that you can use.
Red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar are both good substitutes for balsamic vinegar. If you want to add a bit of sweetness to the dish, you can also use honey or brown sugar in place of the balsamic vinegar. Just be sure to adjust the amount of vinegar or honey that you use so that the flavors are well balanced. Whichever substitute you choose, your Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak will be delicious!
Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak can be stored in the fridge for up to four days. When storing the steak, be sure to wrap it tightly in foil or plastic wrap to prevent it from drying out. For best results, consume the steak within two days of grilling.
When reheating the steak, be sure to thaw it completely before grilling or cooking. Grilled Balsamic Marinated Steak is best served freshly made, but leftovers can still be enjoyed if properly stored.
Regular olive oil has a higher smoke point than extra virgin olive oil. It is, therefore, recommended over extra virgin olive oil due to the grilling temperature in this recipe.
Please note that actual cook time will vary depending on a number of factors, including the internal starting temperature of the steak, thickness, and the desired final cooking temperature.
For best results, remove steak from the refrigerator 30 minutes prior to cooking and use an instant-read thermometer (like this one - https://amzn.to/3UoNj28 , to determine the level of doneness while cooking. As a general rule of thumb, remove steaks from the grill when they are 5-10°F below desired final temperature as they will continue to cook while resting.