Chargrilled Kansas City Strip Steak

Meaty, beefy, and packed with flavor, a Chargrilled Kansas City Strip Steak is fabulous. Are you craving a big and bold steak? This is the recipe for you, my friends!

This is an easy Kansas City strip steak recipe, and like all my recipes, it’s packed with flavor. Fire up that grill, and let’s get cooking!


A charcoal grill  Charcoal Kansas City Strip steak  Salt Girl Carnivore Ooomami seasoning – or your favorite steak seasoning. Butter

Prep your grill by preheating the charcoal in a charcoal chimney. Pour the charcoal into the grill on one side, building a 2-zone fire.

Rub the steak with a liberal amount of salt and sprinkle with Girl Carnivore Ooomami seasoning.

Check that your grill is hot – somewhere around 425-500-F. Place the steak over direct heat and cook for 1 minute, then rotate it and cook it another minute.

Flip and move the steak to the cooler side of the grill. Close the lid and cook the steak until it reaches an internal temperature of 125-F to 130-F degrees, or to your desired doneness. 

Remove the steak and rest it on a platter, top it with the butter, and tent it with foil for 5 minutes. Slice the steak from the bone and cut it into thin strips.

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