This simple Porterhouse Steak delivers magic to your tastebuds. The easy to find six ingredients offer an impressive taste. It’s a great recipe for any hot summer day – you don’t have to spend a lot of time with preparation – you can choose to allow the marinade to be absorbed by the meat for two hours or more as indicated in the recipe. Be sure to allow the grilled meat to rest before serving as it allows the juices to flow back in. While the recipe indicates that it serves two people – there is always leftovers for a second meal. Keep the accompaniments simple – I love to serve this with grilled or sautéed asparagus. No extra sauce needed with this recipe because you do not want to dilute the spicy sesame taste. The steak is perfectly spiced – it’s more on the medium spicy side. This steak is best served medium-rare to medium. Enjoy.
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Grilled Spicy Porterhouse Steak
A very quick and simple grilled steak. Great for any summertime entrée.
Rinse the steaks and pat dry with paper towels.
In a small bowl combine the sesame oil, soy sauce, peppers and salt. Mix gently with a spoon to combine.
Season each steak on both sides using half of the marinade on each steak. Allow the seasoned steaks to sit for two hours or up to overnight.
Note: The marinade is just enough to coat the steaks. The steak can also be grilled immediately after coating it with the marinade.
Preheat an outdoor gas grill – 550 to 600 degrees. Grill the steak to your likeness. I grilled this steak to medium doneness – grill for 8 minutes (4 minutes per side).
Notes: Cook time may vary depending on the thickness of the steak and the temperature of the grill.
Alternatively: you can use a charcoal grill or sear the steaks in a heavy bottom fry pan on the stovetop..
Allow the steak to rest for at least 8 minutes before serving. Plate and serve with your favorite accompaniment. Enjoy.