Diane Watkins has been writing since , with experience in newspaper, newsletter and Web content. She writes two electronic newsletters and has a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Clemson University. She has taken graduate courses in biochemistry and education. A properly cooked strip steak has a crispy exterior contrasting with a tender, juicy center. Dry heat is necessary for the flavorful crust; a short cooking time is necessary to keep the center moist. Getting the heat right can be a challenge.
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Grilling steak is one of the most popular methods for several cuts. One thing that most steaks have in common is that they need a bit of preparation before you get started. First, make sure your steak cuts are at room temperature before you place them on the grill. Doing so will help you get a more even cook so that the inside can cook to your preferred doneness without charring the outside. Then, get your grill oiled and fired up! Make sure your grates are greased so your steaks can turn easily without getting stuck. So, how long do you cook steak on the grill?
How Long to Grill Steak for the Best Taste and Texture
Strip steak also called a New York Strip Steak, or New York Strip is a beautiful cut of beef that requires little more than high heat, simple seasoning, and some solid technique. A strip steak is cut from the short loin of the cow. Not quite as tender as the nearby tenderloin, but still a great option for a nice, typically boneless steak that cooks evenly and quickly with a great beef flavor and nice chew. Strip steaks are best when they are well marbled with nice white fat weaving through the muscle of the steak.