If you want to learn how to grill steak, burgers, fish, chicken, or any other type of food, then you''ve come to the right place. One of the foods that I love to grill is steak. Cooking steak on the grill can be one of the easiest things to do, but it can be very easy to mess it up if you don''t do it right. This article will give you the basics on cooking steak on the grill.

If you want to learn how to grill steak, burgers, fish, chicken, or any other type of food, then you''ve come to the right place. One of the foods that I love to grill is steak. Cooking steak on the grill can be one of the easiest things to do, but it can be very easy to mess it up if you don''t do it right. This article will give you the basics on cooking steak on the grill.

The biggest tip I can give you is not to overcook your steak. This is very important and probably the biggest mistake that most people make when cooking steak on the grill. In the end you''ll have a steak that is tough and dry and not very enjoyable at all.

There are a different options for preparing the steak before it even goes on the grill. You could marinade the steak overnight, or you could apply the marinade a couple hours before they go on the grill. The key is to have the steaks completely thawed which will allow the marinade to soak in.

When the steak is prepared, preheat the grill and then cook the steaks on the highest setting for 3 minutes on each side with the lid closed to sear the steaks.

Reduce the heat to medium and then cook the steaks for an additional 3 to 7 minutes on each side depending on how done you want the steaks. For more rare steaks, cook for a shorter amount of time or just long enough to have a consistent pink coloring in the middle. For more well done steaks, cook for a longer amount of time until the pink is gone from the middle but be careful not to overcook the steak as this will dry it out.

When your steak has been cooked to your liking, let it stand for a few minutes and then serve. Steaks are best served with steak source or without, depending on how much marinade you have applied before cooking.
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