A few days ago I made a new grill recipe that turned out even better than we expected, so I've reproduced it here for your grilling and eating enjoyment.
4 sirloin beef steaks (roughly 1" thick)
1/4 cup of dry mustard (Colman's works well)
1/4 cup Worcestershire Sauce (Lea and Perrins works well)
Lime Juice or 1 large lime
Coarse salt (sea salt is what I use)
Freshly ground white pepper
Cover the steaks on one side with 2 tablespoons of dry mustard. Pat it down and spread evenly with the back side of a fork. Sprinkle two tablespoons of worcestershire sauce over the steaks, allowing it to soak into the mustard--patting the steaks with the fork if necessary. Dribble a bit of lime juice over the steaks.
Season the steaks with a good amount of salt and pepper. Then flip the steaks and repeat on the other side. Let them marinate for 20-30 minutes while pre-heating the grill.
Clean and oil the grill. Cook the steaks on high heat for roughly 4 to 6 minutes per side, aiming to keep them pink on the inside. Do not rotate the steaks to make those nice cross-hatched grill marks. Doing so may knock off some of the mustard and seasonings.
Let the steaks sit for a few minutes. Slice and enjoy. :-)
Unfortunately, I have no pictures to show. But they're most excellent to eat. Trust me.
Posted by jzawodn at September 24, 2008 07:41 AM