Rachael Ray March 18 2016 Recap
Curtis Stone and his brother joined Rachael Ray to share a few of their best tips and tricks to preparing a flavorful, juicy steak, in a variety of ways. Plus, their three recipes fit three different budget constraints, which means everyone has the chance to give one of their dishes a try! Plus, Rachael Ray shared a recipe for Old Bay Burgers after a friend asked her when she was going to make a burger on an English Muffin again!
Rachael Ray: Ginger Beef Sirloin Satay + Charred Asian Vegetables
If the word satay doesn’t ring a bell, think “kebab” with a twist. Curtis Stone shared a recipe for Ginger Beef Sirloin Satay, that he created by marinating steak that he then sliced, skewered, and grilled. He paired the deliciously juicy meat with Charred Asian Vegetables, which means you’ve got a complete meal in no time.
Rachael Ray: Curtis Stone Grilled Chili-Rubbed Flank Steak Tacos
Curtis Stone and his brother then shared another delicious steak recipe, this time turning flank steak into Grilled Chili-Rubbed Flank Steak Tacos. Sometimes all you need is a creatively-concocted dry rub to turn an otherwise somewhat bland slab of meat, into a flavorful meal. Curtis showed viewers how to do just that.
Rachael Ray: Curtis Stone Butter-Basted Pan-Seared Ribeye Steak
Next, Curtis and his brother prepared a Butter-Basted Pan-Seared Ribeye Steak. Now, when you hear butter-basted, you know you’re guaranteed to bite into a piece of meat that is practically oozing incredibly flavorful juices. Go ahead and indulge a little and whip up this recipe yourself. Click below to get started.
Rachael Ray: Old Bay Burgers With Bacon & Eggs On English Muffins
Finally, Rachael Ray wanted to get in on the action and share a carnivorous recipe of her own. After a friend urged her to make another burger on an English muffin, she crafted her Old Bay Burgers and topped them with Bacon and Eggs. Can we call this breakfast and get away with it? I won’t judge!