Father’s Day Grill Recipe

Father’s Day Grill Recipe

This month in June we celebrate Father’s Day on Dinner Tool. What better way to pay tribute to Dad than to make him a summer grilled steak, complete with steamed broccoli and pasta alfredo. A quick and simple grill recipe like this one will make Dad happy this Father’s Day; nothing fancy, just a little beef, a little veggies, and a little pasta. Ready in 30 minutes or less.

Shopping List: Serves up to a Family of 4

2 to 4  8oz. lbsgr087

1 to 1.5 lbs. of fresh Broccoli

1- 13oz. Pkg. Bow-Tie or Pasta Shells

1- 15oz. Cheese Alfredo Pasta Sauce

1- 5oz. Container of Shredded Parmesan Cheese

3 Tablespoons of Montreal Steak Seasoning

2 Tablespoons of Worcestershire Sauce

Equipment: Steam Pot, Boil Pot, BBQ


I love being a Dad. And it’s an honor to offer my Father’s Day Grill Recipe that I make for my Dad on Father’s Day. Give this simple dinner meal a try and see how your Dad will appreciate your thought and effort this Father’s Day.

Cooking Steps: Prep the Pasta and Veggies

Start a small pot of salted water and bring to a boil. Keep a lid on the pot for now, and lower heat, because we want to start the other pot of water for the steamer and the veggies. Wash and rinse broccoli and place into the steamer pot. Start BBQ Grill, high heat.

Step 2: Season the Meat

Take the Montreal Steak Seasoning and rub seasoning into the texture of the meat. Rub all sides of meat and allow fillets to sit in a shallow dish with 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce placed over the meat for 12- 15 minutes.

Step 3: Start Pasta, Grill Meat

Not all BBQ grills are the same, that’s why I recommend having your grill on HIGH heat for ideal steak grilling. The same rule applies for the cut of your fillet; not all steaks are the same cut. I am using 2”inch thick steaks and I want to cook 5 minutes per 1-inch of steak. Since I have a 2-inch steak, I need to cook 10 minutes per side, and that would mean my steaks are going to take a total cook time of 20 minutes. (Get it?).  Grill away!

Once I place my steaks on the grill, I want to go back into my kitchen and bring my pasta pot back up to a boil and place the pasta into the pot at the same time, (because my steak and pasta will be ready around the same time). I can now turn the heat off of my steamer with broccoli and just allow the lid to stay on my veggies to keep them warm. Steaks should be ready now…

Serving: Serve the Veggies plain or with a slice of lemon for flavoring. Drain Pasta from pot of water. Warm Alfredo Sauce in Microwave and pour sauce over pasta and top off with shredded Parmesan Cheese. Place your Fillet Mignon right next to the other folks, and now you have a Happy Father’s Day grilled steak dinner recipe from Cook Like A Dad!

Happy Father’s Day!


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