Keto Steak With Garlic Butter Mushrooms – recipe
This keto steak recipe is topped with garlic butter mushrooms and grilled to perfection! A low carb, healthy Summer dinner!
Among the sea of keto cucumber salads, Grilled cauliflower steaks and grilled avocado recipes, I finally bring you some straight-up husband approved (and requested!) Summer eats.
Not that Mr.FFF doesn’t like those recipes, but he IS from Nebraska.
He likes some keto steak recipes, like this recipe or the coffee rubbed steak, a WHOLE lot more than cucumbers and fru-fru, fancy salad dressings, you know? Unless that fru-fru salad is a balsamic steak salad. Then it’s okay.
Every once in awhile I throw him a bone. Like when he was going through his Cajun phase and we ate Cajun Instant Pot chili for him. And now we’re having a keto steak dinner. Gold star wife points for me? I am going with YES.
I’m going to just be straight up with you. No beating around the bush. I almost NEVER like mushrooms. There is a few instanced when I like them…and this is still not one of them.
Bet you thought I was going to tell you how these mushrooms changed my opinion and now I want to eat mushrooms forever and ever the end, didn’t you? Told ya, keeping it real. ?
BUT, Mr. FFF loves mushrooms, especially on steak. So, I tried adding them for him and he thought I should definitely keep them as part of the recipe. But, I did not eat them. So now you know that this recipe works for mushroom lovers or NON mushroom lovers. Just push that fungus to the side and GO TO TOWN on your juicy, garlic-buttery steak and be VERY VERY happy about summer food.
How Long To Cook Steak?
You want to grill you steak until golden brown and slightly charred, which is about 4 to 5 minutes. Then you’ll flip it over and cook for another 3 to 5 minutes for medium rare (an internal temperature of 135 degrees F) 5 to 7 minutes for medium (140 degrees F) OR 8 to 10 minutes for medium-well (150 degrees F. ) This is for steaks that are about 1 1/2 inches thick. I personally like mine medium rare!
1. Bring the meat up to room temperature before placing it on the grill.
2. Salt the steak JUST before putting it on the grill. If you let salt sit on the meat for too long before cooking, it can dry it out and toughen it.
3. Once it’s cooked, cover and let it rest for at least 5 minutes, but preferably 10. This looks in the juices!