Grilled Sirloin Steak With Rosemary And Garlic!

This Grilled Sirloin Steak with Rosemary and Garlic is the perfect way to show off your grilling skills and impress your guests!

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The steak is marinated in a delicious blend of rosemary, garlic, and olive oil, and then grilled to perfection. A fast and simple meal that is sure to wow everyone at your next gathering! Keep reading for the recipe.

How to Make Grilled Sirloin Steak With Rosemary And Garlic?

Making a Rosemary Garlic Marinade is very easy! All you need is some fresh rosemary, garlic, olive oil, and seasonings. I will show you how to make the perfect Rosemary Garlic Marinade for Steak.


  • Rosemary
  • Garlic
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper


1. Chop The Rosemary And Garlic.

When chopping the rosemary, use about 2 tablespoons per steak. As for the garlic, use 1-2 cloves per steak. This really depends on how much garlic flavor you want. Also, make sure to chop the garlic cloves very fine.

2. Add The Rosemary And Garlic To A Ziploc Bag.

Now it’s time to add the olive oil. Use about 2 tablespoons per sirloin steak. For the seasonings, I like to use salt and pepper.

You will also add other seasonings like paprika, onion powder, or cumin. While the Rosemary Garlic Marinade is very flavorful, it’s always best to season your steak to taste.

3. Add The Salt And Pepper.

Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1/4 teaspoon of pepper per steak. If you are using other seasonings, add them now as well. In the Rosemary Garlic Marinade, I like to add a pinch of paprika for some extra flavor. Some other great seasonings for steak are onion powder and cumin.

4. Seal The Bag And Shake This Well.

In order to properly coat the steak, it’s important to shake the bag well. When you are ready to grill, take the steak out of the bag and let it come to room temperature. It will ensure that your steak is cooked evenly.

5. Place The Bag In The Fridge And Let It Marinate For At Least 2 Hours.

I like to let my steak marinate overnight, but 2 hours will do the trick. But, the longer you let it marinate, the more flavorful your steak will be. An easy system to do this is to place the bag in the fridge before you go to bed and let it marinate overnight. Many people ask brining vs. marinating: which is better for your BBQ. I would say it depends on your preference.

6. Preheat Your Grill.

When grilling steak, it’s important to use a hot grill. I like to preheat my grill to about 400 degrees Fahrenheit. In case the grill is not hot enough, your steak will not cook evenly. For this recipe, I like to use a gas grill, but you can also use a charcoal grill.

7. Grill Your Steak For About 5-7 Minutes Per Side.

Depending on the thickness of your steak, you will want to grill it for 5-7 minutes per side. Many people like to cook their steak on a lower heat so that it doesn’t dry out, but I find that cooking it on a hot grill gives it a nice sear and keeps it juicy.

8. Remove The Steak From The Grill.

If the steak is cooked to your taste, remove it from the grill. As with all meat, it’s important to let the steak rest for a few minutes before cutting into it. With a steak this thick, I like to let it rest for about 5 minutes.

9. Let The Steak Rest.

Now it is time to let the steak rest. Let the steak rest for about 5 minutes. If you cut into the steak too early, all the juices will run out, and your steak will be dry. If you choose sirloin steak – the perfect cut for Grilling is very important.

10. Slice And Serve.

After the steak has rested, it’s time to slice and serve! I slice my steak against the grain. Serve with your favorite side dish, and enjoy! There you have it, the perfect Rosemary Garlic Marinade for Steak!

What Are The Benefits of Rosemary?

Rosemary is a familiar herb that is used in many dishes. This has a strong, distinct flavor that goes well with many foods. Rosemary is also packed with nutrients and has many health benefits. A few of the health benefits of rosemary include:

1. Rosemary Is A Good Source Of Antioxidants.

Antioxidants are essential because they will help to protect your cells from damage. Rosemary is a good source of several antioxidants, including vitamin C, canonic acid, and rosmarinic acid. These antioxidants can help to decrease the risk of some chronic diseases, such as cancer.

2. Rosemary May Improve Cognitive Function.

Rosemary has been utilized for centuries to boost memory and cognitive function. Some studies have shown that Rosemary can improve memory in healthy adults and may even help to prevent age-related cognitive decline.

3. Rosemary May Help To Protect The Brain From Damage.

Recent studies claim that Rosemary can help to protect the brain from damage. Rosemary may help to reduce the risk of stroke and other forms of brain injury.

4. Rosemary Improves Digestion.

Rosemary has been used traditionally to treat indigestion and other digestive problems. It improves digestion by stimulating the production of digestive juices.

5. Rosemary Boosts The Immune System.

Rosemary has shown to boost the immune system. It may help to fight off infections and reduce inflammation.

6. Rosemary Helps To Lower Blood Pressure.

Rosemary can lower blood pressure. It may also prevent heart disease by reducing cholesterol levels and protecting against damage to the arteries.

7. Rosemary Has Anti-Cancer Properties.

Rosemary has anti-cancer properties. It protects against colon cancer, breast cancer, and skin cancer.

Tips For Using Rosemary!

Rosemary goes well with many different foods, including meats, vegetables, and soups. There are many different ways to use Rosemary. Here are a few tips:

1.       Rosemary can be used fresh, dried, or ground. When using Rosemary fresh, use about half as much as you would if you were using it dried.
2.       Rosemary goes well with beef, chicken, pork, lamb, fish, and vegetables. Rosemary can be used in various different dishes, such as stews, soups, and roasted meats.
3.       When making your own flavored oils and vinegars, Rosemary is a great herb to use. Rosemary can help to add flavor to boring olive oil or vinegar.
4.       If you want to relax and enjoy a cup of tea, Rosemary is the best. Rosemary tea can help to soothe the digestive system and is a great way to enjoy the benefits of Rosemary.
5.       While Rosemary is most commonly associated with savory dishes, it offers a great flavor to bread as well. You will love the taste of Rosemary in your next loaf of bread.
6.       Rosemary is a great way to add flavor to soups and stews. Rosemary can help to take a bland soup or stew and make it into a flavorful masterpiece.

FAQs about Grilled Sirloin Steak With Rosemary And Garlic!

Q: How Do I Cook Steak With Rosemary And Butter?

A: To cook steak with Rosemary and butter, simply melt butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Then, add your steak to the skillet and cook for 3-5 minutes per side, or until it reaches the desired level of doneness. Finally, remove the steak from the skillet and let it rest for a few minutes before serving.

Q: What Are A Few Other Ways To Use Rosemary?

A: Rosemary can be used in many different dishes, such as soups, stews, roasted meats, and bread. Rosemary is also a useful way to add flavor to oils and vinegars.

Q: How Long Does Rosemary Last?

A: Rosemary will last for about 2-3 weeks when stored in a cool, dark place.

Q: Does Rosemary Need To Be Refrigerated?

A: No, Rosemary does not need to be refrigerated.

Q: Can I Freeze Rosemary?

A: Yes, Rosemary can be frozen. Simply place Rosemary in a freezer-safe container and store it in the freezer for up to 6 months.

Q: What Does Rosemary Taste Like?

A: Rosemary has a strong, pungent flavor that is slightly bitter and astringent.

Q: Where Can I Buy Rosemary?

A: Rosemary can be bought at most grocery stores. However, if you cannot find Rosemary at your local grocery store, you can always purchase it online.

Q: How Do I Store Rosemary?

A: Rosemary should be stored in a cool, dark place.

Q: How Much Rosemary Should I Use?

A: When using Rosemary fresh, you should use about half as much as you would if you were using it dried.


Whether you are the experienced grill master or just starting out, I hope you will give my grilled sirloin steak recipe a try. The rosemary and garlic add a delicious flavor that pairs perfectly with the beef. And don’t forget to check out GrillCharms for all of your grilling needs!

John Rinder
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