Garlic Studded Grass-Fed Top Sirloin with Grilled Tomatoes
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Garlic Studded Grass-Fed Top Sirloin with Grilled Tomatoes

Garlic Studded Grass-Fed Top Sirloin with Grilled Tomatoes

I had two grass-fed top sirloin steaks that I picked up a few weeks ago and froze for a day when I felt like eating STEAK. Today just so happened to be that day, so I let them thaw out and fired up the grill. I took the steak out of the fridge to let it come up to room temperature – about 15-20 minutes. Meanwhile, I heated one side to high and one to low. I patted the steaks dry on both sides and cut a few shallow slits into them with the tip of my knife. I sliced a clove of garlic kind of thinly and stuffed the slices into the slits in each steak. Then, I seasoned them pretty generously with sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper. I brushed some oil onto the grill grates and also onto a grill tray. I seared the steaks on both sides over high heat and then moved them back to low until they were cooked to our liking. Meanwhile, I put several Campari tomatoes onto the grill tray and let them get nice and blistered. The steaks turned out really nicely, and the tomatoes were perfect alongside. I found myself dipping bites of the steak into the warm tomato juice. I served this with some rice and Go-To Black Beans, and we had Fruit Salad Ice Pops for dessert.

Big Flavors Rating: 4 Stars

Ashley Covelli is a food photographer, recipe developer, and culinary instructor based in Ossining, New York. She loves helping people become enthusiastic and adventurous in the kitchen so that they can build skills and confidence to cook for themselves and their loved ones. She can almost always be found with at least 3 different beverages within arm's reach.


  • Monet

    Grass fed steak is so delicious. Two of my friends recently bought a cattle ranch and are raising grass fed cattle. I will send this post their way! I know I’m hungry for some red meat now! Thank you for sharing!

  • Ashley

    I have some friends that own a grass-fed angus farm upstate here in NY and it’s so wonderful. I wish I was able to get their beef more often, but luckily I have other options down here. It really does taste wonderful, and you don’t need to do much to enhance the flavor 🙂

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