Grilled steak topped with seasoned gorgonzola butter, then broiled to golden brown perfection—an excellent entrée to serve when entertaining guests.
Are you ready to impress your guests with a show-stopping meal? Look no further than this irresistible gorgonzola steak. This juicy steak is grilled to perfection, topped with seasoned gorgonzola butter, and then broiled to a golden brown finish.
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Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make this delicious steak.
2 1/2 pounds of steak – we use petite sirloin steak, but you can use your favorite cut.
Seasoning – we use 5-0 rub (or whatever we have on hand), although any steak rub will work. You can also season it with classic salt and pepper.
Gorgonzola Butter Topping
1/2 stick butter – salted or unsalted butter.
8 ounces gorgonzola – crumbled Gorgonzola cheese, often found in the specialty cheese section of the grocery store.
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt – use regular garlic salt or substitute with a garlic powder and salt mixture using a 3:1 ratio of salt to powder.
1/4 teaspoon pepper – ground black pepper.
Is Gorgonzola the same as Blue Cheese?
While both Gorgonzola and Blue Cheese fall under the category of blue-veined cheeses and share some similarities, they are not exactly the same. Gorgonzola is a specific type of Italian cheese, traditionally made from cow’s milk, and known for its rich and creamy texture. It has a milder and less pungent flavor compared to some varieties of blue cheese.
On the other hand, Blue Cheese is a broader term that encompasses various types of cheeses with blue veins running through them. These cheeses can be made from different types of milk and may have a stronger and more pronounced flavor. So, while they have similarities, Gorgonzola and Blue Cheese have distinct characteristics that set them apart.
Supplies & Favorite Tools for Making Steaks
- Small mixing bowl and spoon
- Grilling tools
- Baking sheet with foil
- Oven broiler
- Cutting board
- Serving platter and steak knives
How to Make Steak with Gorgonzola Butter
Follow these simple steps to make this delicious dinner.
Note: we prefer to grill our steaks and then top with gorgonzola butter and broil. But you can cook the steaks any way you prefer and then follow the recipe instructions for the topping.
Step 1 | preheat grill
Prepare to cook the steaks by pre-heating your grill on high. Once heated, clean the grill if needed.
Step 2 | Season steaks with rub
Coat the steaks on both sides generously with steak rub.
We use 5-0 rub, but you can use your favorite steak or beef seasoning. You can also season it with classic salt and pepper.
Step 3 | Sear steaks on both sides
On high heat (about 450°F), sear the steaks on both sides.
Step 4 | Use indirect heat to finish cooking
Next, turn off the heat on one burner (or one side) of the grill. Move the steaks to the side you turned off. (This is called indirect grilling where food is placed to the side of the heat source.)
Grill until the desired doneness is achieved. Keep in mind that the steaks will cook a bit more when broiling.
Step 5 | Mix gorgonzola topping
While you are grilling the steaks, you can prepare the Gorgonzola mixture. Add the garlic salt and pepper to the Gorgonzola cheese crumbles.
Step 6 | Add melted butter
Melt the butter and add to the Gorgonzola mixture. Mix all ingredients well.
Step 7 | Prepare a sheet pan
Cover a baking pan with aluminum foil.
Step 8 | Place steaks on the prepared pan
Move the steaks from the grill to the foil-covered baking sheet.
Step 9 | Top steaks with gorgonzola butter
Top each steak with a generous amount of the Gorgonzola cheese mixture.
Step 10 | Broil on high for 2 to 3 minutes
Broil the steaks on high in the oven. (Leave the oven door open while broiling.)
The steak will be sizzling, and the Gorgonzola topping will be golden brown.
Step 11 | serve & Enjoy
Immediately serve the steaks sizzling hot, as they will cool down quickly.
Should you rest your steak? It is typically recommended to allow steak to rest for 5 minutes before enjoying it to lock the juices in. But in our opinion—it doesn’t make that much of a difference. We’d rather enjoy the gorgonzola topping while it’s hot!
More About This Entrée
- The inspiration behind this amazing dish comes from the “Curley House Special.” It’s a treasured recipe that Kalynne and her husband Clayton make frequently, and we had to share it with you.
- Gorgonzola butter is the most delicious way to finish off a grilled steak—the perfect option if you are looking for a unique meal to serve at a special occasion or romantic dinner.
- There are so many side dish options to pair with this meal. We love to serve it with an avocado tomato romaine salad, and dijon balsamic dressing, or go all out with baked potatoes and all the toppings. See more side ideas here.
What to Serve with Gorgonzola Steak
When it comes to serving Gorgonzola Steak, the options are endless. This mouthwatering dish pairs beautifully with a variety of sides, allowing you to create a well-rounded and satisfying meal. Here are a few ideas:
- Avocado tomato romaine salad with dijon balsamic dressing
- Baked potatoes with sour cream, chives, and melted cheese
- Roasted broccoli or asparagus
- Grilled vegetables, such as zucchini or bell peppers
- Creamy mashed potatoes
- Sautéed mushrooms
- Steamed green beans with garlic butter
- Crispy onion rings
- Corn on the cob
- Garlic Parmesan roasted potatoes
- Creamed spinach
- Caprese salad with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil
- Sweet potato fries
- Quinoa or wild rice pilaf
- Grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto
Feel free to mix and match these side dishes based on your preferences and the occasion. The key is to choose options that complement the flavors of the steak and add variety to your meal.Print
- 2 1/2 lbs petite sirloin steak
- steak rub (we used 5-0 rub)
- 1/2 stick butter
- 8 oz Gorgonzola crumbles
- 1/2 tsp. garlic salt
- 1/4 tsp. pepper
- Prepare to grill steaks by pre-heating your grill on high.
- Coat the steaks on both sides generously with steak rub.
- Sear both sides of the steaks on high heat.
- Next, turn off the heat on one burner (or one side) of the grill. Move the steaks to the side you turned off. (This is called indirect grilling – food is placed to the side of the heat source.)
- Grill until desired doneness is achieved. Keep in mind that the steaks will cook a bit more when broiling.
Gorgonzola Topping & Broiling
- While you are grilling the steaks, you can prepare the Gorgonzola mixture.
- Add the garlic salt and pepper to the Gorgonzola cheese.
- Melt the butter and add to the Gorgonzola mixture. Mix all ingredients well.
- Top each steak with a generous amount of Gorgonzola butter.
- Broil the steaks on high in the oven. (Leave the oven door open while broiling.)
- The steak will be sizzling and the Gorgonzola topping will be golden brown.
- You can also pan fry the steaks instead of grilling.
- Prep Time: 30 minutes
- Cook Time: 30 minutes
- Category: American
- Method: Grilled
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size:
- Calories: 222
- Sugar: 0 g
- Sodium: 567.1 mg
- Fat: 19 g
- Saturated Fat: 13.1 g
- Carbohydrates: 2.4 g
- Protein: 11 g
- Cholesterol: 60.8 mg
Steak with gorgonzola butter is a delightful entrée that is sure to please. This dish is a show-stopper with juicy grilled steak, flavorful seasoned gorgonzola butter, and a beautiful broiled finish. Pair it with your choice of sides, such as an avocado tomato salad or loaded baked potatoes, and you have a complete meal that will impress everyone.
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