Blackened Steak

Blackened Steak is Gluten-Egg-Dairy-Free is easy to make as well as tastes delicious.

Blackened Steak

Blackened steak is a fancy way to say steak that has spices on it and is cooked. It is extremely easy to make steak this way.  What makes it blackened is the cooking of the steak.


Take the raw steak you have out of the fridge. I use sirloin steak or a tri-tip steak, but you can use a NY steak or any cut of beef you enjoy. I always clean my steak before prepping it for cooking. To clean your steak run lukewarm water over the chicken. Rub both sides with clean hands to make sure you get the steak clean.

On a cutting board or plate, place a paper towel and the raw beef. Make sure to dry both sides of the meat. You may need more than one paper towel to make sure the steak is dry.

Next, get out your olive oil or other types of cooking oil. I cook with olive oil mostly. Can use avocado or another nut type of oil. It will work as well if you only have cooking oil.

The cleaned and dry beef steak poured about a teaspoon of oil over the meat. Make sure you coat both sides of the beef. Salt and pepper on both sides of the meat to taste. This is where you can cut back on salt if you need to do that. You can also use garlic powder, onion powder, or both to season the meat.


Cooking the Steak

You can use a BBQ grill to cook your steak or a George Foreman Grill. Now before you say you can’t BBQ, the George Foreman Grill (GF Grill) anyone can use. It is a must-have tool for me in my kitchen. You can make a lot of things at the GF Grill.

The grill is hot put the steak on. If you are using the GF Grill, it will cook both sides simultaneously, so make sure to watch your cooking time. When you use a BBQ grill, you will have to flip the steak and cook both sides. I enjoy my steaks medium to medium-rare, so the cooking times are not as long. If you want a medium to a medium-well-done piece of meat, you will need to cook it longer.

When the steak is done cooking, let it sit for about three to five minutes. The meat will still be hot enough to eat. It will taste great and be juicy. If you need to slice the steak after it has set, then cut it. Are you struggling with scoring the steak, then turn or rotate the piece of meat and try to slice the steak again? It should be easy to cut or slice.

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