• Serves 1
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 1 Ingredients


A juicy, tender steak.

Ingredients (serves 1)

  • 1 Steak of choice


  1. Turn on barbecue to 180 degrees celcius.
  2. Rub both sides of steak with salt & pepper generously.
  3. Cook on barbecue for 2 minutes or until juices begin to run to the surface. Turn steak & do same.
  4. Remove from barbecue, place on plate, cover with foil for for 5 minutes.


This will cook you a medium rare steak. I used porterhouse however, any cut will do. Make sure you use good quality meat though. It's important to let meat rest prior to serving.

  • medium rare is perfect for me!


  • Or….cook for 1 min, turn and cook for 1 min. Keep turning and cooking at 1 minute intervals til desired cooking level is reached. Gives a yummy crust outside with moist tender meat inside


  • Thanks for this, I usually burn a steak!


  • I have never perfected cooking a steak, except for those small thick cut ones – thank you for your tips


  • Thanks for your recipe,cooking steak on the b.b.q is so much better than a frypan!


  • This looks really very good! A really nice recipe!


  • You can’t beat a juicy, tender steak. Yum.


  • Can’t beat a well cooked and seasoned steak!


  • Thankyou, I always buy scotch fillet steak but manage to cook it to a chewy rubbery mess, tried your simple method, rubbed in seasonings and left it for half an hour or so then cooked, I gave it a little longer as I do not like any blood in the steak and wanted it medium, it was perfect, tender and delicious, now to try again next week and see if I can repeat this feat, thanks


  • I let my husband cook the steak, that way there’s no complaints!


  • Perfectly cooked steak is the best


  • Thanks for sharing this tip. I look forward to the perfect steak!

    • A steak cooked to perfection is an absolute treat!


  • so i just tried cooking steak according to these instructions in this recipe and it turned out lovely. i had to comment again to let you know


  • yummy
    so to cook it you can sear one side and flip or just keep flipping! this is the great steak debate


  • looks great, thanks for the tip


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