This Turmeric Rubbed Reverse Seared New York Strip with Bok Choy is the recipe to step your steak game into the next level. Perfectly tender, smoky flavors and a hint of delicious ground herbs bring this healthy meal together in no time and taste like 5-star restaurants.
This Turmeric-Rubbed Reverse-Seared New York Strip post was sponsored by Saber Grills, but the tasty steak and my love of meat are, as always, all this Girl Carnivore’s.
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Want some more amazing steak night recipes? Try my favorites:
- Grilled Bavette Steak
- Grilled Coffee-Crusted Flank Steak
- Grilled Chimichurri Steak and potato power bowl
- Perfect Pan Seared Ribeye Steaks
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- handful wood chips
- 2 Bone-In strip steaks at least 1″ thick
- salt and pepper
- 1 teas fresh ground turmeric
- ¼ teas fresh ground ginger
- ¼ teas fresh ground garlic
- 1 or 2 heads of bok choy rinsed well and pulled from the core
- 1 teas cooking fat
- pint shiitake mushrooms
- 1 teas soy sauce or coconut aminos
- 30 minutes before grilling, remove the steaks from the fridge, pat them dry, and season them with a heavy salt. Arrange them on a wire rack and place them back in the fridge.
- Clean and oil your grill grates and prep your grill, with all burners to high, with the lid closed. Wrap the wood chips in foil and place to one side of the grill, allowing the smoke to start forming. After 10 minutes of heating, reduce the temp of ⅔ of your grill to low, leaving one of the burners still on high, with the wood chips over it smoking.
- Mix the turmeric, ginger, garlic and a pinch of pepper in a bowl.
- Right before cooking, rub the steak with the ground turmeric mixture on both sides.
- Have the grill hovering over 250 degrees. Place the steaks on the grill over the cool side and allow to “smoke” for about 15 minutes, flipping once. Temp the steaks with an instant read thermometer for 10 degrees below your desired temperature.
- When temped, quickly transfer the steaks to the smoking hot part of the grill and finish them off with beautiful sear marks, about 1 ½ minutes per side, rotating 45 degrees halfway through each.
- Meanwhile, grill the bok choy until just charred. In a grill safe pan, heat the oil until just smoking. Add the mushrooms and saute. Add in the soy sauce and toss the bok choy in the pan with the mushrooms to coat.
- Serve the bok choy on platters, with the steaks atop, and mushrooms over them. Drizzle with the heated soy sauce and garnish as desired.