Garlic & Black Pepper Hangar Steak
A wise man once said, “it’s all in the marinade”. Well, not really, but someone did! With this Garlic & Black Pepper Hangar Steak Recipe, you’ll learn how to prepare your meat so flavorfully, that you won’t go back! Even if you aren’t a pro in the kitchen, that’s okay. Just follow along and you’ll see how easy it is to follow our steps. With this recipe, you’ll learn how to properly marinate a hanger steak the right way. So, you can stop asking your buddies how to marinate hanger steakand be the master they come to for the best steak marinade around. By the time you’re done, you’ll have a delicious masterpiece to call your own and don’t worry, we’ll let you take the credit!
First, you are going to want to have the right ingredients: garlic, onions, olive oil, and Dickey’s Beef Brisket Rub. You need to combine the chopped ingredients into a zip lock bag and sprinkle the brisket rub on top. Then, let the hanger steak marinade work its magic. It’s best to do this part the day before you cook this dish because the total marinating time takes 12 hours. During this time, you are allowing the ingredients to penetrate the steak on a deeper level so that the inside can also have a flavorful garlic and pepper taste. When it’s finally time, all you have to do is pop that hanger steak on the grill! Plus, you don’t even have to toss out those flavorful ingredients that were in the zip lock bag. You can easily throw the onions on the grill too for added flavor.
Once it’s done, your grilled hanger steak will taste good with anything you pair it with. Just try out any one of our other side recipes and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Let’s face it, grilling steaks have evolved over time. Sometimes, it gets complicated like reverse searing or sous vide. Thankfully, we have a recipe for that too. But for now, let’s take it back to the basics and focus on this grilled hanger steak recipe. Like we said before, marinade is key. And with this one, you can’t go wrong!
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2 Hanger Steaks
2 Tbsp Dickey's Beef Brisket Rub
1 Tbsp Garlic, Chopped
1/2 Yellow Onion, thinly sliced
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
1/4 Cup White Wine
Combine the chopped garlic, onions, with olive oil and white wine in a zip lock back. Message the bag to bruise the ingredients to release more flavor.
Season each hanger steak with 1 tbsp of Dickey’s Beef Brisket Rub. Place the hanger steaks into the zip lock bag with the marinade and tumble to evenly coat. Shake the ingredients to the bottom of the bag and place in the refrigerator.
Allow the ingredients to marinate for 12 hours priors to grilling or smoking.
Prepare grill with charcoal or pellets and heat to 450°F. Remove the steaks from the marinade. There is no need to remove all the onions from the surface, this will add flavor while grilling.
Place hanger steak on the grill grates crosswise. Cover the grill to add flavor and lightly smoke the meat as it cooks. Grill the steak on each side for 3-4 minutes until the entire steak is evenly cooked.
Remove from the grill and allow to rest for 4-5 minutes. Cross cut steak into 1/2″ piece across the grain on a slight bias.