Steak dinners at home feel like such a treat, especially at the end of a long week. Adding a great marinade makes steaks even better, especially if you’re using a leaner, less expensive cut like sirloin or top round.
Balsamic vinegar has just enough sugar to help the steaks char beautifully under the broiler, and soy sauce and spices round out the flavors, making for super savory bites.
Broiling is one of the simplest, most fuss-free ways to cook steaks. Since all of the heat and grease spatter is contained in the oven on a foil-lined baking sheet, there’s hardly any cleanup involved!
It’s also a very fast way to get a good char on a steak while cooking it through—broiled steaks cook through in about 10 minutes.
HOW TO BROIL STEAK IN THE OVEN
If you’ve never broiled steaks before, let me introduce you to this easy method: You’ll preheat your oven…