Ever wonder how the grill marks on your steak at a restaurant are a perfect 90° every single time? To help keep color on steaks longer, as well as to create enough heat and controllable flames from the grill, they oil them up.
I know, crazy cutting edge stuff right? Since you will probably be cooking your steaks within a few days of buying them, brush’em up with a little Wesson canola oil and then…
Place them on the grill and let it cook. That’s the second key, DON’T GET TOO JUMPY! Steak needs time to cook to form those grill marks, but oiling them is essential to achieving this.
Once it’s done, let it rest for a few minutes before serving so all of the juiciness can soak back into the steak.