Grilled kosher T-bone sesame steaks

Grilled Kosher T-Bone Sesame Steaks

This is a dinner for Shabbat. I know that money is tight these days but once in a while you can give yourself a treat. This really is better then any restaurant can do.

What you can do is to add a little love to a meal. When you do that, the world begins to spin on it’s axis. The flowers start to bloom and there is a bright new future ahead.

You think I am babbling about St. Valentines Day? No way! I am talking about Shabbat. Hashem gave us this special day so that we can get it all back together again. What I am talking about is our families. On this day we can leave the problems behind and strengthen what’s really important in our lives. That’s us. Our families, our People, our Country, Israel and of course Hashem. Shomer Shabbat! Shabbat Shalom!

Grilled Kosher T-Bone Sesame Steaks


4 Kosher T-bone Steaks (2 inches thick)
½ cup Soy Sauce
2 tbs. Brown Sugar
2 tbs. Vegetable Oil
2 tbs. Sesame Seeds
2 tsp. Onion Powder
Juice of one Lemon
1 inch piece fresh Ginger, peeled and minced


Preheat the grill and add some soaked hickory.

In a large zip lock plastic bag, combine the soy sauce, sugar, oil, sesame seeds, onion powder, lemon juice, garlic, ginger and mix well.

Add steaks and turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Drain and discard marinade.

Sear the steaks directly on the flame and then using indirect heating grill until the
desired doneness. I like mine medium rare but everyone to their own.

Serve with vegetables, baked potatoes, a little fish and a salad. Don’t forget the Kosher Israeli Wine, Challah and before Shabbat to light the candles. Add a few blessings over the wine, bread and children and your ready to go.

A special note. Whenever possible please purchase Kosher items that come from Israel especially those products that originate in Judea and the Shomron.

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About the Author
Chef Ceaser has been a kosher chef for 37 years.
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