A grilled steak is a thing of beauty. A steak topping is a way to make any steak better whether tender or tough, thick or thin, rare or well done. These recipes add a whole new layer of flavor to any steak you grill.
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Blue Cheese Steak Topper
Blue cheese can really add flavor to a steak. The combination of the beef flavor with the salty tartness of blue cheese really stands out. No wonder blue cheese is one of the most popular steak toppers.
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What could compliment a mouthwatering steak more than the sweet and savory flavor of sage? This garlic-sage grill topper adds that extra punch to any steak meal. Whether a casual cookout or dinner party, this aromatic steak topper will wow your guests.
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Chipotle Steak Butter
This steak topping adds a whole lot of great southwestern flavors with its combination of chipotle peppers and cilantro. This makes a good steak great and a great steak even better.
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This cool, creamy and refreshing avocado steak topper complements any cut of steak right off the grill. Just dollop right on top and witness the melty, buttery goodness adding extra flavor to the meat. Cut the avocado into chunks or mash for a finer uniformed texture. This steak topper is sure to impress.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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This flavorful shallot and red wine steak topper works well on most steaks but is recommended for filets and rib eye steaks. So, next time you want a fine dining experience at home, grill a nice of steak and top with this elegant topper.
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This refreshing lemon-herb steak topper is ideal for rib eye steaks but can be served with most cuts of grilled beef.
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What could be more delicious than a scoop of creamy Crab Oscar on top of a sizzling steak? This topping is not only easy to prepare but incredibly flavorful. This will take surf and turf to a new level.
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This spicy topper can be used on more than just steak. It's great on grilled chicken or even pork chops and tenderloins. Deveining the pepper and removing the seeds helps to cut the heat. If you are not a fan of spicy foods, but would still like to try this recipe, try using one or even half a jalapeno instead of two.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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This creamy steak topper contains three layers of flavor. First, the pleasant tangy bite of the Roquefort cheese; next, the salty crispiness of the bacon crumbles; and third, a hint of onion from the shallots and chives. All of these flavors marry well the with beefy goodness of a grilled steak.