Garlic Sesame T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks

Kelly Williams


Make sure you buy high quality, tender steaks. Nothing worse than to have it come out a little tough even when medium-rare! These are awesome! Enjoy! :D
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15 Min


10 Min


4 Tbl.
soy sauce, i always use low-sodium
4 Tbl.
hoisin, the dark thick brown kind (do not buy the red thin kind it's awful)
2 Tbl.
dark sesame oil
2 tsp.
chili-garlic sauce, in the aisian aisle or by the ketchups, etc.
minced garlic cloves
tender t-bones or porterhouse steaks, 1" thick or more
2 tsp.
toasted sesame seeds
a little fresh chopped parsley for ganish, optional

Directions Step-By-Step

In ziploc baggie, combine first 5 ingredients. Add steaks, turn bag over and over to coat both sides of each steak well. Marinate in fridge for 30 minutes to overnight. Heat broiler, remove steaks from bag saving marinade. Place steaks on lightly geased broiler pan. Spoon half of the marinade on steaks. Broil 4-6 inches from heat for 4 minutes.
Turn steaks over, top with rest of marinade, and broil 4-5 minutes longer for medium rare. Plate, and sprinkle with sesame seeds and parsley. *Let rest 5 minutes before eating. You can also slice this thinly and serve over rice or make wraps.
These can also be cooked on a grill. Be sure to oil grate(s) first so the steaks don't stick. Cooking time should be the same, grill with lid open.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Steaks and Chops
Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy