Balsamic Marinated Top Blade Steaks

Balsamic Marinated Top Blade Steaks

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Top Blade steaks are perfecting for marinating. They’re cut from the chuck, so they have rich flavor that can stand up to a variety of richly flavored marinades. This recipe uses a simple balsamic vinegar marinade to give a rich,…

Top Blade steaks are perfecting for marinating. They’re cut from the chuck, so they have rich flavor that can stand up to a variety of richly flavored marinades. This recipe uses a simple balsamic vinegar marinade to give a rich, tangy flavor to the meat that’s completely delicious. Try serving this meal with grilled cherry tomatoes for a fresh balance to the marinade. Enjoy!

Ingredients

Prep Time

15 min

Total Time

30 min

Yield

Serves 4
  • 4 Leahy's Angus Beef Top Blade Steak
  • 1/4 cup Balsamic Vinegar
  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • 1 tsp Dijon Mustard
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Parsley

Directions

  • 1

    Combine the balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and dijon mustard in a small bowl. Pour into a large, sealable plastic bag, and add steaks. Seal the bag, and turn the steak in the bag to coat on all sides. Set aside while preheating the grill.

  • 2

    Heat your grill to 400ºF. Once the grill is hot, place the steaks over direct heat, and cook 3-4 minutes per side, flipping once. Once the steaks reach 135ºF internal temperature (for medium-rare), remove them from the grill. You can cook the steaks to 140ºF for medium, but we don’t recommend cooking these steaks beyond medium.

  • 3

    Once the steaks are done, remove from the grill and let rest for 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper, and cut into slices to serve. Grate parmesan cheese over top of the steaks, and garnish with fresh parsley. Enjoy!


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Recommended Pairings

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a thin-skinned grape that produces light red wines. The best Pinot Noirs are fruity, earthy and spicy and very easy to drink!


Top Regions:

  • Burgundy, France
  • Sonoma, California
  • Oregon

Pairs great with:

  • Pinot Noir can work with a variety of foods from salmon to pork to mushrooms
 

Amber Ale

Amber Ale

A great middle ground style of beer, Amber ales have moderate hops and moderate malt.


Pairs great with:

  • Anything hot off the grill, light cheeses

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