I’ve partnered with Kenmore Elite Grills to share an easy grilling recipe (steak!) and spread the word about their awesomeness just in time for Father’s Day and July 4th celebrations, and the rest of your summer outdoor living fun.
It’s grilling season (finally)! I know lots of people fire up their grills throughout winter, and I’m totally cool with that. Here? We just don’t. Grilling food is something we enjoy when the weather’s nice, the sun’s shining, and it’s fun to be outside enjoying the experience.
Grilled chicken, shrimp, veggies, and even pizza – I love all of it. The charred crispiness that develops around the edges, searing in all the juices as meat sizzles on the piping hot grill top…it’s divine.
Feeding a crowd? Grill up some skewered meat with peppers, onions, tomatoes, and any other seasonal vegetables.
Tip: keep your meat and veggies on separate skewers. They cook for different amounts of time, and this will ensure the meat’s not over (or under!) done, and the vegetables aren’t a sloppy, overcooked mess.
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I love that you can achieve even grilling with the even heat distributed (yes, verified with testing), so that the steak on the edge of the grill cooks in the same amount of time as the one in the center. Click here for tips on grilling and outdoor entertaining – you can never have too many!
Speaking of steak, sometimes there’s nothing more satisfying than a grilled rib-eye.
The larger cooking surface on Kenmore grills means you can cook your rib-eyes, chicken, and/or fish, and also have room for the rest of your meal – potatoes, asparagus, corn? The sky’s the limit.
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Back to the beef. A 1 to 1-1/2″ thick steak typically takes less than 15 minutes for a perfect medium-rare or medium, which means knowing how to grill steak can be your best friend on a busy weeknight.
We don’t eat steak as often as my husband would like (um, the good stuff is expensive), so when we do, we like ours cooked perfectly. Grilling is optimum! Depending on the thickness of your steaks, and the temperature of your grill, you might need to let the steaks cook a little longer, or a little shorter. We aim for a medium-rare to medium doneness at our house, which means the steaks are a nice deep pink in the center when we cut them open.
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Depending on the thickness of your steaks, and the temperature of your grill, you might need to let the steaks cook a little longer, or a little shorter. We aim for a medium-rare to medium doneness at our house, which means the steaks are a nice deep pink in the center when we cut them open.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kenmore Elite Grills.