Make our Applebee’s Blue Cheese Sirloin Recipe at home. With our Secret Restaurant Recipe your Sirloin Steak will taste just like Applebee’s.
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Applebee’s Blue Cheese Sirloin
An Applebee’s Copycat Recipe
From the Applebee’s Menu – “a 9-ounce Cajun-seasoned sirloin topped with melted bleu cheese. With garlic mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables and garlic toast.”
Important – Read through instructions FULLY before starting.
Applebee's Blue Cheese Sirloin Recipe
- 4 Top Sirloin, Rib Eye or Fillet Steaks
- Montreal Steak Seasoning or Cajun Seasoning to taste
- 1 cup crumbled Blue Cheese
- Rub seasoning all over both sides of steaks.
- Grill steaks, covered, over medium heat or broil 4 - 6 inches from the heat for 5 - 6 minutes on each side or until meat reaches desired doneness. (See Steak Degrees of Doneness chart below)
- When you flip the meat add 1/4 cup of blue cheese on top of the side that has already cooked.
Steak Degrees of Doneness
- Rare: 95 – 105°F. Cool deep red center.
- Medium Rare: 115 – 125°F. Warm red center with a hint of pink.
- Medium: 130 – 140°F. Warm pink center.
- Medium Well: 150 – 160°F. Some pink in the center but mostly cooked through.
- Well: 165 – 175°F. No pink, cooked all the way through.
Courtesy of Longhorn Steakhouse
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