Grilled Porterhouse Steak with Garlic Butter

Super Easy Weeknight Dinner Idea by Kimba’s Kitchen

It has been a while since I’ve used my George Foreman grill, I forgot how awesome it is to eat a good piece of steak on a busy weeknight. I also forgot how delicious garlic butter is… I know it almost defeats the purpose of healthy George Foreman grilling when I top it up with garlic butter, but a girl could use a hearty treat at times 😉
Introducing the “Lean Mean Fat Grilling Machine”… I must admit I don’t use this as much as I should. It’s not only good for grilling meat, but veggies too! And makes a killer toasted sandwich… but that’s a different story altogether. Maybe next time I will post a killer toasted sandwich which will change your mind about supposedly “boring” lunches. Not as boring if the sandwich is toasted! Anyway… back to the steak, lol.
To cook the steak, lightly season porterhouse steaks with salt and pepper.
Cook on medium-high for no more than 4 minutes.
Voila! The steaks are ready! Now onto the garlic butter…
Add 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic and 1 tsp parsley flakes to 3 tbsp of softened butter. Mix well.
Roll firmly in glad wrap and chill in freezer for 2 minutes for ease of cutting. Slice required amount of garlic butter and remove glad wrap after being sliced.
Serve steak with garlic butter and a healthy salad with balsamic vinegar on the side.

15 thoughts on “Grilled Porterhouse Steak with Garlic Butter

  1. You said it about the butter defeating the purpose not me, haha! I can't lie. I wasn't even thinking about that until you pointed it out. That looks like a perfectly cooked piece of meat and the butter is well the butter on top! Can't call it icing on the cake. Yummy! Since the Mr. doesn't like steak *gasp* I think I'll be making this as an indulgent lunch while the itty bitty naps.


  2. Yummy! There is nothing quite like a good grilled steak.Used to have a Foreman grill but I didn't like it because it was nearly impossible to clean. Nowadays I use a cast iron skillet grill for indoor grilling, and the charcoal grill outdoors. Pan frying just won't do for a good steak.


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