If you want Lick's great Steak taste right at home, or you have no idea on how to cook our Award Winning Steaks, do not worry because you have come to the right place!
Remove steaks from the freezer, ideally the day before, thawing in a refrigerator. Allow them to come to room temperature for no longer than a half hour before cooking.
Thawed steaks can keep within a refrigerator for up to 7 days, if left sealed and unopened, in their original quality vacuum sealed packaging.
Step 1. First be sure to pat your steaks dry with a paper towel making sure all moisture is gone from the surface.
Step 2. Dress with just a little bit of olive oil, rubbing into both sides.
Step 3. Season your steaks evenly to taste, pressing seasoning into both sides.
Step 4. If your seasoning includes salt, be sure to introduce the salt to your steaks just before cooking otherwise it may draw moisture out of your steaks, which would be undesirable.
Disclaimer: Searing times and results may vary depending on the temperature of your grill, its height above the heat source and thickness of your steaks. You may need to adjust your searing times.
Step 1. Fire up your grill with a searing hot section and a low temperature section.
Step 2. Remember that juices will move away from the heat to the center of your steak.
Step 3. Start your steaks on searing hot
Sear the first side for up to one minute and then rotate to create the cross hatching for up to one minute
Flip the steak and repeat the searing step on the second side
- Then remove from high heat to a lower heat area of your grill to more slowly reach your desired doneness
Unless you have a good feel for doneness, it is easily best confirmed with a steak thermometer. Refer to the chart below.