What better way to show the dad in your life that you care than by making him a delicious steak for Father’s Day? Read on for 11 truly mouthwatering options.
Mario Batali marinates his skirt steak with rosemary, juniper berries, oregano, garlic and olive oil, then grills it and serves with a homemade smoky cherry BBQ sauce.
For this “special occasion” steak, Curtis Stone starts with a juicy rib-eye, which he liberally douses with salt and pepper, really pressing it into the meat. He then throws it into pre-heated and oiled cast-iron skillet, and finishes it with a “butter baste.” Let it rest, then slice straight across. Delish!
If you really want to show dad you appreciate him, make him this steak, adorned with a garlic-mushroom red wine sauce, from legendary chef Jacques Pepin.
To make dad a takeout-style meal at home, try this recipe. Rach serves sliced steak atop a bed of peanutty, cold sesame noodles.
This classic but simple, juicy steak recipe is sure to be a home run with the dad in your life! Start your New York strip steaks with garlic oil and salt and pepper. Grill to your desired doneness and enjoy!
For this flavor-laden option, Rachael pairs a grilled skirt steak with a nutty green tomatillo romesco sauce. As a bonus, this meal is completely gluten-free.
Want to impress dad with some inside sports knowledge? Ayesha Curry makes this simple but delicious pan steak for her husband, NBA MVP Steph Curry.
These pinwheel steaks are bursting with intense flavor. Roll skirt steaks with lemon zest, herbs and spices, garlic, and Parmigiano-Reggiano, tie, slice and grill. Serve with flavor-packed oven-roasted broccoli. Delish!
To celebrate dad with classic French bistro fare, make him Rach’s version of Steak Frites, which translates to steak with fries.
These delicious and simple pinwheel steaks feature just five ingredients – skirt steak, parsley, Spanish chorizo, Manchego cheese and lemon. Yum!
Rach keeps this stovetop steak simple – she just coats the steak with crushed peppercorns and kosher salt, then cooks with olive oil in a hot skillet until they have a nice brown crust.