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Any Delmonico Steak fans out there?!?! Honestly, I was always super intimidated to buy a Delmonico steak! I have been grilling NY strips and ribeye's for as long as I can remember, but as yummy as that Delmonico steak looked, I was just too scared of the thickness.
I'm all about a good ole thick and rare steak, but the thickness of a Delmonico had me way paranoid that I would end up with chard black steak still raw and moo'ing in the middle. Can we say ewwww?
Then it happened. About a month ago I found a new local spot to buy meat and they always have ridiculously good deals on Delmonico steaks! One Friday while picking up my weekly meat supply, I decided to grab two Delmonico steaks to throw on the grill. I figured at these low prices, if I mess them up, no big deal!
Long story short, I was mad paranoid for no reason! The very first time I Grilled Delmonicos, they did come out a tad bit too rare, but after a month of trial and error, I have my Delmonico Steak grilling method down and ready to pass on to y'all :)
WHAT YOU NEED!
Wrap your plate in tin foil!
Lay your steaks on the tin foil covered plate and let steaks reach room temperature. Once at room temperature, salt and pepper both sides.
Set your grill up for direct high heat. I turn all the burners to high, let the grill preheat for ten to fifteen minutes, then brush the grates clean with my grill brush and turn off any burners I won’t need. Then toss the Delmonico Steaks on the grill.
Set the steaks over direct high heat & close grill. You will want to keep the grill lid closed as much as possible. Grill the Delmonico steak for 3 minutes. Flip the steaks and grill for another 3 minutes. Flip again and grill for another 3 minutes. That is 9 minutes total and 3 flips! At this point,they should be 125°F measured in the thickest point (which is medium-rare). If you want them cooked more, flip the steaks again and cook for another minute (medium – 135°F) to 3 minutes (medium-well 145°, or as I call it, past the point of no return.)
DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP!!!!!
Once you take your Delmonico Steak off the grill, let it sit on a tin foil covered plate for 7-10 minutes. Your steak will still be "cooking" and this also gives your steaks juices time to settle! Your favorite 5 star chefs recommend this step, so if you want your steak tasting like theirs, be patient and let that Delmonico Steak sit!
After your Delmonico Steak has sat and the juices have settled, dig in and enjoy!
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4/24/2017 06:37:37 pm
We don't eat meat, but we love cooking outside on our grill. That watermelon looks absolutely delicious!
4/24/2017 06:37:52 pm
Ok, I had NO idea delmonico steaks were available anywhere other than Rhode Island. In New England, you can only get them there, so I thought that was the only place in the country.
4/24/2017 09:01:37 pm
Fantastic! I just started eating steak again and always looking to learn about the best meats and cuts. Will add this one to my list.
4/24/2017 09:48:18 pm
Yum! We love steak in this house. It is my husband's favorite food! I love my steak cooked medium well.
4/24/2017 10:40:19 pm
Oh yummy. We enjoy steak and actually had some last night. This looks delicious, and I know I could for sure go for some more right about now!
4/24/2017 11:08:30 pm
Just delightful, can't wait for grilling season to start making all this yummy dishes and entertaining at home again =)
4/25/2017 12:22:17 am
We do ours the exact same way, but we let them rest for a shorter time as we like ours medium rare. Yum.
4/25/2017 09:08:18 am
This looks absolutely perfect - I really struggle when cooking steaks - I'm always scared that they turn out undercooked so I make them well done which usually translates into rubbery haha x
4/25/2017 09:21:52 am
That looks so good! I need to share this with my husband so he can grill them up this weekend!
4/25/2017 11:01:24 am
Oh my, that grilled steak looks delicious I can see my friend practically salivating from here. It looks so good x
4/25/2017 11:09:00 am
This is amazing! I love steak and it's nice to be able to grill it during this season and in summer as well. I am definitely keeping the recipe.
4/25/2017 12:38:03 pm
Oh man these look so good! My husband is the grill master of our home, so I am going to send this to him for inspiration for this weekend lol.
4/25/2017 04:04:09 pm
There is nothing like a well cooked steak. That grilled flavor just adds that perfect flavor.
4/25/2017 09:57:37 pm
That steak looks so good! I have not had a good steak in some time. I would love to have one of these. Will you grill me one up?
4/26/2017 10:04:03 am
There is nothing better than a delicious steak!!! I need to try this! It would be great for a BBQ!
4/26/2017 03:10:26 pm
This looks like such a perfect summer dinner. I love a delicious steak!
4/26/2017 06:34:08 pm
This post made me hungry! I can't wait for summer so we can grill steaks every night!
4/26/2017 07:35:35 pm
You are so right - this steak was perfectly grilled! I am excited to fire up the grill again soon as the weather permits!
4/26/2017 09:46:07 pm
I had heard that letting steak sit after it comes off the grill really is important for flavor! I have tried it and it really does make a huge difference. Definitely worth waiting for that first delicious bite.
4/26/2017 11:19:20 pm
Its late at night and reading this is making me soooo hungry! Definitely bookmarked to try this!
4/27/2017 04:09:32 pm
My husband is our resident meat eater and griller. I will pass this post on to him - he will be thrilled for the opportunity!
4/27/2017 10:30:09 pm
This looks fantastic! I haven't heard of Delmonico steak before but I'm sure my husband probably has. And now I want watermelon! :)
5/1/2017 10:41:52 am
My husband and I sometimes like to put the kids to bed early and have an at-home date night. He always likes to make steak but we've never made a Delmonico steak before so this would be lots of fun to try. Thanks for sharing.
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