Calling all steak lovers! Prepare to be wowed by this amazing Blackstone steak recipe. With the unbeatable flavor from beef seasoning and signature sear of the Blackstone griddle, your steak will be juicy, tender, and bursting with deliciousness. Gather your ingredients, and get ready for an unforgettable steak experience!
Making the perfect steak doesn’t have to be an impossible feat. This recipe for Blackstone steak is so easy, you can make the best steak even if you’ve never cooked one before.
The consistent heat on a Blackstone helps to cook a steak evenly every time. You won’t have to fight the flames on a grill or the inconsistent temperature of a stove top.
Steaks make the rounds on the dinner menu at our house. Everyone loves it, so we’ll throw them into the mix every so often! We’ve made steaks a lot of different ways; grilled steak, smoked flank steak, steak and shrimp kabobs, the list could go on.
When we need to make steak quickly, we always throw them on the Blackstone! It’s so easy and really is a no-fail recipe.
Why You’ll Love Blackstone Steak
- It only takes 15 minutes to make the perfect steak on Blackstone. A juicy and tender steak is made easy with this recipe.
- Clean-up from cooking steak on a Blackstone griddle is so easy. No big mess, just clean the griddle and you’re done!
- You can cook any type of steak on Blackstone. So find a sale, choose your favorite cut, or use those steaks gifted by a friend. This recipe will work for them all!
Ingredients for Blackstone Steak
- Steaks – We prefer to cook Ribeyes, but any steak will do! Choose a cut with plenty of marbling since those produce the most juicy and tender results.
- Beef seasoning – Our Gimme Some Grilling Beef Seasoning packs some serious flavor onto these steaks. If you don’t have that on hand, make your own beef rub or use your favorite seasoning from the grocery store.
- Butter – You can use unsalted or salted butter, both will work!
How to Cook Steak on Blackstone
Begin by preheating the Blackstone over high heat, approximately 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The griddle needs to be really hot so it can easily sear the steaks.
Place the steak onto a baking sheet and pat them dry. with paper towels. Allow them to come to room temperature, then generously season them with beef seasoning.
Spread two tablespoons of butter onto the hot Blackstone and let it melt. Then, place the steaks onto the butter and let them cook undisturbed for 2-3 minutes.
Place the remaining butter on the uncooked side of the steaks and let it melt.
Then, using tongs gently lift each steak and flip. If the steaks are sticking to the Blackstone when you try to flip, they need more time to cook so wait a few minutes and try again.
Reduce the heat to medium and then cook the steaks for 2-3 more minutes.
Check the temperature of each steak with a meat thermometer and cook until they reach the desired temperature.
Pull the steak off the Blackstone and let them rest for 5 minutes, then serve!
What to Serve with Blackstone Steaks
Vegetables like grilled zucchini, easy smoked vegetables, and grilled green beans pair wonderfully with steaks. You could also make some more hearty and creamy sides like mac and cheese or mashed potatoes!
How to Store Leftovers from Steak on Blackstone
FRIDGE: Place leftover steak into an airtight container or wrap it tightly in aluminum foil. Store in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
FREEZER: Yes, you can successfully freeze leftover steak! Store leftovers in an airtight container or wrap tightly in plastic wrap and a freezer safe bag. Freeze for 2 to 3 months and allow to thaw before reheating.
How to Reheat Leftover Steak
To reheat Blackstone steak, place it in the oven at about 275 degrees Fahrenheit until it reaches a safe internal temperature.
What should the internal temperature of my steak be?
There is a wide range of safe internal temperatures that you can cook your steak to. Choosing one depends on how done you prefer your steak to be.
- Rare – 120 degrees Fahrenheit
- Medium Rare – 130 degrees Fahrenheit
- Medium – 140 degrees Fahrenheit
- Medium Well – 150 degrees Fahrenheit
- Well Done – 160 degrees Fahrenheit
What steak cuts are best for Blackstone?
Well marbled cuts of steak like ribeye, New York strip, and porterhouse cook best on the Blackstone. However, you can use any cut you’d like! Sirloin, t-bone, and even flank steak can be cooked on Blackstone.
- Use garlic and herb butter for extra delicious flavor with this Blackstone steak recipe!
- Never press down on a steak as it cooks, it can push some of the juices out the side that make your steak tender and flavorful.
- Don’t overcook your steak! Once it reaches the desired temperature, pull it off the griddle. It will even finish cooking as it rests before you cut into it.
Cooking steak on Blackstone is as simple as 1, 2, 3! Whether you’re a beginner chef or know your way around the kitchen, you can make a fabulous steak with this yummy recipe.
More Blackstone Recipes You’ll Love
- Everyone needs a tried and true pancake recipe, and Blackstone Pancakes is ours!
- You can make your favorite sweet breakfast treat on the Blackstone too! Blackstone French Toast is to-die-for.
- Blackstone Chicken Fried Rice is loaded with flavor and such a simple recipe to make.
- Make Blackstone Smash Burger Sliders for an easy dinner or quick appetizer.
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- 4 steaks well marbled steaks like Ribeye, New York Strip, Porterhouse work best
- 1 Tablespoon beef seasoning
- 4 Tablespoons butter divided
- Preheat the Blackstone griddle over high heat (approximately 450 degrees Fahrenheit). You want the griddle to be hot to get a good sear on the steaks.
- Make sure that the steaks are dry and are at room temperature. Then season the steaks with the Beef Seasoning.
- Spread 2 Tablespoons of butter out onto the Blackstone griddle.
- Once the butter is melted, place the steaks on the Blackstone griddle on top of the butter. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes and do not move them to get a good sear on the steaks.
- Place the remaining butter on the opposite side of the griddle then the steaks and let melt. Then use tongs to gently lift and flip the steaks onto the melted butter. If the steaks are still sticking to the griddle, this means that they need more time and they are not ready to flip yet.
- Reduce the Blackstone temperature to medium heat. Then cook the steaks for 2-3 more minutes to sear the opposite side of the steaks.
- Check the temperature of the steak with a meat thermometer and cook until they are done to your preference.
- Serve warm and then enjoy!