Bourbon Street Steak
A steak is slice of meat cut from the fleshy part of an animal or large fish. The term Bourbon Street Steak is used for a very popular meat recipe in the United States.
Bourbon Street Steak is one of the most popular American Meat Recipes or Beef Recipes. It is one of the main dishes of the United States. Bourbon Street Steaks are served at all major eating joints at Bourbon Street and the United States.
Bourbon Street Steak is very popular with the Bourbon Street bar goers and boozers. Generally they are pretty popular meat with alcoholic drinks.
Bourbon Street Steak is marinated in bourbon. The major ingredients for preparing Bourbon Street Steaks include 1/2 cup bottled steak sauce, 1/4 cup bourbon whiskey, 1 tablespoon honey, 2 teaspoons prepared mustard, and 4 beef rib, round, or chuck steaks.
For preparing Bourbon Street Steaks, all the ingredients, except the steaks, are mixed well in a baking dish or something else. Later the steaks are added. They are covered (or sealed) and refrigerated for 2 hours or overnight. The grill is preheated to medium-high heat. The steaks are grilled for 12 to 15 minutes, or until desired doneness, turning them over halfway through the grilling.
The wonderful flavor comes from the marinade and the timing. Bourbon Street Steaks are required to be marinated for a minimum of four hours for the best results. The streaks can be marinated for up to eight hours. The flavor is slightly sweet with a good bourbon kick.