T-bone steak is a popular cut of beef carved from a cow’s short loin. It has two different steak types attached to the bone — bold and beefy New York strip (top loin) on one side and the signature fork-tender filet mignon (tenderloin) on the other.
T-bone steak can be a bit difficult to prepare, but when cooked right, it delivers an exquisite flavor profile. Here’s a list of 14 stunning T-bone steak recipes to help you spruce up your dinner table with a new dish every week!
Perfect for those wanting a healthy way to cook their T-bones, this 4-ingredient dish comes together in less than 20 minutes! The steak is seasoned simply with salt and pepper and cooked in the air fryer for about 6-8 minutes on each side. Garnish it with parsley flakes or homemade peppercorn sauce and serve with your favorite side.
In this recipe, the fat, juicy T-bone steak is tenderized with a marinade made with molasses, bourbon whiskey, smoked paprika, cider vinegar, tomato puree, tomato ketchup, and lime juice. Cook it in a griddle pan until it’s medium rare. You can serve it with crisp, golden sweet potato chips for a filling meal.
Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day, and this energizing breakfast recipe will power you through the day! In it, the steak is seasoned with salt and garlic and cooked in olive oil and butter until it’s well done on both sides. Season it with ground black pepper and serve it with two eggs — cook them however you like your eggs — for a filling meal!
What’s better than T-bone steaks? T-bone steaks with grilled veggies! This seemingly simple combination offers a perfectly wholesome meal for any occasion. The juicy T-bone steaks are infused with delicious flavors with a dry rub and then grilled with whatever veggies you have on hand. You can serve it with grilled asparagus or twice-baked potatoes for a satisfying meal.
Want to get that perfect char on your T-bone? This recipe shows you how! All you have to do is season the T-bone steak with black pepper, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, kosher salt, and paprika, and let it marinate for an hour. Next, cook it on a grill pan until you see black char marks on both sides. Let the steak rest for about 10 minutes and then slice to serve.
Do you like fried chicken? If so, you’re going to love this variation. In this recipe, T-bone steak is dipped in a flavorful egg mixture and then coated in crushed crackers. Deep fry the steak until you see a beautiful golden-brown crust. You can then finish it off in the oven for a medium-rare or well-done steak. Serve with Southern gravy or roasted veggies.
You can’t go wrong with a simple but delicious garlic rub on your steak. Once the T-bone is grilled, pair it with thickly sliced portobello mushrooms coated in Burgundy wine to get a taste of heaven in every bite. It comes together in about 30 minutes, making it a great addition to your weeknight meal menu.
If you’re hesitant when cooking steaks, this recipe will have you covered. It calls for marinating the steak with a basic rub and then searing it on a grill until you achieve the desired doneness on both sides. Serve it with some compound butter — prepared with butter, cilantro, garlic, oregano, and parsley — to tantalize your taste buds!
This recipe is a comprehensive guide to cooking T-bone steak with sea salt and sublime truffle butter. It also comes with instructions on how to prepare golden brown, crunchy homemade chips and parmesan-crusted onion rings. Serve it with vinaigrette-dressed watercress for a gourmet meal.
Do you want to make steak-house level steak at home? Simply season the T-bone steak with salt and pepper, grill it, then slide it into the oven after brushing it with a mixture of garlic, butter, and fresh rosemary. It will give you the most incredible caramelized crust with a perfectly juicy center!
Serve up a delicious meal with this juicy, flavorful T-bone steak that comes together in just 40 minutes! The steak is pan-seared to get a wonderful brown crust and then cooked in the oven to get the incredible juicy flavor. Cut the steak off the bone, slice it, and garnish with chopped Italian parsley to serve.
T-bone steak gets the perfect crust when grilled or barbecued while still retaining a delicate and juicy interior that makes it so enticing. Make chimichurri with parsley, garlic, black peppercorns, and seasonings, and serve with the steak to further infuse it with rich flavors. Serve with steamed beans or a green salad to round up the meal.
A rustic recipe with an incredible combination of flavors, this meal is sheer perfection. The T-bone steak is cooked in olive oil to your desired doneness and paired with a creamy potato mash made from boiled potatoes, cream, butter, and seasonings. Serve it with sautéed garlicky mushrooms for a comforting meal.
This Venetian-style steak recipe is sweet, sour, and irresistibly delicious. Cooked, sliced T-bone steak is served with a sweet and tangy sauce prepared with charred tomatoes, sauteed onion, aromatic garlic, capers, balsamic vinegar, rosemary sprig, and seasonings. Serve with a side of roast potatoes to enjoy exquisite flavors in every bite!