Cooking Blackstone Steak is easy and delicious with the perfect sear every time. These steaks come out tender, juicy and cooked to perfection.

Grilled Steaks on a platter.
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My family loves when we grill out steak. When we recently purchased a Blackstone, we started cooking our steaks on the the flat top griddle. The steaks came out with crispy edges and juicy on the inside.

The Blackstone cooks the steak perfect every time. We love the large cooking space so I can cook multiple Blackstone Recipes at once. We love that the griddle maintains the perfect heat while cooking.

Simple seasoning are added to the steaks to enhance the flavor. You might also want to try our Steak Rub. We love to use this seasoning on our Blackstone Steak Bites and Blackstone Ribeye Steak.

Is Blackstone good for Steaks?

Yes, the Blackstone is the perfect grill to cook your steaks on. We love that it maintains the temperature while cooking and we can cook multiple things. No matter how thick or thin the steak is, it always comes out full of flavor.

Plus it is cooked to perfection. No need to go out for a steak dinner, when you can make it at home.

Ingredients:

Ingredients needed - steaks, seasoning, oil, butter
  • Steaks
  • Montreal Steak Seasonings
  • Oil
  • Butter

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What Toppings Can I Put on a Steak?

  • Caramelized Onions – Grilled onions are great on burgers but they are a must when grilling these cuts of steaks. We have even added some bell peppers for add flavor.
  • Sauteed Mushrooms – Most of my family loves mushrooms, and they are perfect topped with this Blackstone Steak.
  • Butter and Garlic Sauce – If add butter to your steak, mix in some garlic for an amazing flavor.

How to Cook Steaks on Blackstone Griddle:

  • Step 1 – Prepare Griddle – Preheat the Blackstone griddle grill over medium high heat (approximately 450 degrees F). You want the griddle to be hot to get a good sear on the steaks.
  • Step 2 – Season Steaks – Make sure that the steaks are dry and are at room temperature. Then season the steaks with the Montreal seasonings (approximately ½ Tbsp per steak).
Uncooked steaks with seasoning on top
  • Step 3 – Oil the Griddle – Spread the oil out onto the Blackstone flat top grill with paper towel.
  • Step 4 – Cook Steaks – Once the oil is hot, place the steaks on the Blackstone grill on top of the oil. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes and do not move them to get a good sear on the steaks.
  • Step 5 – Flip Steaks – Then use tongs to gently lift and flip the steak. If the steaks are still sticking to the grill, this means that they need more time and they are not ready to flip yet.
  • Step 6 – Continue Cooking Steaks – Flip the steaks onto a separate section of the grill. Then cook the steaks for 2-3 more minutes to sear the opposite side of the steaks.
Cooking steaks on the griddle with butter on top.
  • Step 7 – Temperature – Reduce the temperature on the Blackstone grill to medium heat to slowly finish cooking steak. Cook the steak until they are done to your preference. You can even do a reverse sear on the griddle.
  • Step 8 – Check Steak Temperature – Use an instant read meat thermometer to check the steak temperature. The recipe notes has the internal temperature for each steak preference.
  • Step 9 – Top with Butter – Then top each steak with approximately ½ Tbsp of butter and let the butter melt into the steak.
  • Step 10 – Serve and Enjoy – Season with salt and pepper then serve warm and enjoy.

How long to Cook Steaks on Griddle:

Preheat griddle to about 450 degrees. You want the griddle to be hot to get a good sear on the steaks. Begin cooking steaks on one side for about 3 minutes. Then flip steak and move to another side of griddle to continue cooking.

Make sure to let your steak rest before slicing. This helps to lock in the juices.

Internal Temperatures for Steaks:

The best way to test for doneness is by inserting an instant read thermometer into the thickest part of the steak. Do this through the side, not the top of the steak.

  • Rare – 120F, cool to warm red center
  • Medium Rare – 130F, Warm red center
  • Cooked Medium – 140F, Hot pink center
  • Medium Well – 150F, Mostly brown center
  • Well Done – 160F, full brown in color
Grilled Steaks on a platter.

Cooking Steaks on Blackstone Griddle Tips:

  • Use any type of Steaks – You can use any type cut of meat for this recipe. We used ribeye steaks but you can use New York strip, sirloin, flank steak, round steak or filets for this recipe.
  • Flipping Steaks – If the steaks are still sticking to the grill, this means that they need more time and they are not ready to flip yet.
  • Meat Thermometer – Make sure to use a meat thermometer to check for doneness. It is better to use a thermometer to check for desired temperature instead of slicing into the steaks.
Grilled Steaks on a platter.

What to Serve with Steak:

Blackstone Steak can be served with many different side dishes. Cook them on the grill or on the Blackstone for easy cleanup.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How to Make on Stovetop:

These sirloin steaks cook great in a cast iron skillet on the stovetop. Cook the steaks in olive oil or melted butter for added flavor over medium heat. For more tips, check out Cast Iron Steak.

How to Store Leftovers:

Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days. You can even slice the steak and make steak fajitas the next day.

More Steak Recipes to Try:

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Blackstone Steak

5 from 133 votes
Cooking Blackstone Steak is easy and delicious with the perfect sear every time. These steaks come out flavorful and cooked to perfection.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 6 minutes
Total Time 16 minutes
Servings 4
Cuisine American
Course Main Course
Calories 588

Ingredients

  • 4 Steaks
  • 2 Tbsp Montreal Steak Seasonings
  • 2 Tbsp Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Butter
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Instructions

  • Preheat the Blackstone griddle over high heat (approximately 450 degrees F). 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 Montreal seasonings (approximately ½ Tbsp per steak).
  • Spread the oil out onto the Blackstone grill.
  • Once the oil is hot, place the steaks on the Blackstone grill on top of the oil. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes and do not move them to get a good sear on the steaks.
  • Then use tongs to gently lift and flip the steak. If the steaks are still sticking to the grill, this means that they need more time and they are not ready to flip yet.
  • Flip the steaks onto a separate section of the grill. Then cook the steaks for 2-3 more minutes to sear the opposite side of the steaks.
  • Then reduce the temperature on the Blackstone grill to medium heat. Cook the steak until they are done to your preference. Use an instant read meat thermometer to check the steak temperature. The recipe notes has the internal temperature for each steak preference.
  • Then top each steak with approximately ½ Tbsp of butter and let the butter melt into the steak.
  • Serve warm and then enjoy!

Recipe Notes

The best way to test for doneness is by inserting an instant read thermometer into the thickest part of the steak. Do this through the side, not the top of the steak.
Steak Doneness
Rare – 120F, cool to warm red center
Medium Rare – 130F, Warm red center
Medium – 140F, Hot pink center
Medium Well – 150F, Mostly brown center
Well Done – 160F, full brown in color
You can use anytime of steak for this recipe. We used New York Strip Steaks but you can use sirloin, flank steak, round steak or filets for this recipe.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 588kcal, Carbohydrates 1g, Protein 46g, Fat 45g, Saturated Fat 18g, Polyunsaturated Fat 4g, Monounsaturated Fat 21g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 153mg, Sodium 163mg, Potassium 621mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 1g, Vitamin A 261IU, Vitamin C 1mg, Calcium 37mg, Iron 5mg

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