Today is National Steak House Day…um ok. Gotta love those random holidays! Ha!
So what to make?
Steak is the obvious choice, but Hubs and I agree that the steakhouses do it better. Hubs can grill a good steak, but honestly, the ones someone else makes are always better.
So I decided to make steakhouse butter in an attempt to take our own steaks up a notch.
I had Hubs grill up on my on-sale steaks (probably my first problem) seasoned simply with salt and pepper. After they came off the grill, I topped them with my garlic butter.
The kids were super skeptical of the butter, but the butter really did elevate these simple steaks. They were still tougher than the steakhouse version (but hey, they were on sale), but the butter definitely kicked them up a notch flavor-wise!
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Steakhouse Garlic Butter
Adapted slightly from The Spruce Eats
¼ cup butter, softened
2 cloves garlic, minced
¼ teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
½ teaspoon dried parsley
Salt & pepper to taste
Mix all ingredients until well combined.
Move the butter into a zipper bag (or butter mold). Cover and refrigerate until firm.
Slice butter and place on top of steaks just after they are removed from the grill, rest for 5 minutes and serve.