Make a wonderful garden fresh meal with these Grilled Bruschetta Steaks that use tasty ingredients right from the garden!
Making Grilled Bruschetta Steaks is going to be one of the simplest meals you make, plus it’s full of flavor! Not to mention, the ingredients are easy to use straight from the garden.
What steak should you use for bruschetta steaks?
Pellet Grill Steaks are our go-to for Grilled Bruschetta Steaks; however, you can always use your favorite method to prepare the steaks.
We also use ribeye steaks when we make these, it’s simply our preference, but any cut will do.
What is bruschetta?
Bruschetta is a thick bread that is usually coated with some olive oil or garlic and then it’s topped with a wonderful mix of fresh tomatoes and seasoning.
It’s a great appetizer and really can be loved by all assuming you like tomatoes.
For a classic bruschetta, follow this recipe for Bruschetta Crostini.
Today, we’re going to skip the bread and use steak with the bruschetta tomatoes topped over it.
It can be served on top of salad or greens too or even with these bruschetta burgers. There is a variety of serving options outside of simply using bread.
Should you use fresh ingredients for Grilled Bruschetta Steaks?
This dish should absolutely be made with fresh ingredients, plus it’s even better when it comes right out of your backyard garden.
If you do not have these in your garden, simply pick them up at a local farmer’s market or your local grocery store. These are going to be in peak season in the summer months, with great deals and easy to find.
Tips for Making Grilled Bruschetta Steaks:
As mentioned above, you can choose any cut of steak that you prefer and then grill it, we prefer to use the recipe for Pellet Grilled Steaks and then we top the tomato bruschetta mixture over it.
If you want to add a little extra zesty flavor, top the tomato mixture with balsamic vinegar and a sprinkle of shaved parmesan.
Grilled Bruschetta Steaks
- 4 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 3 Sliced Roma Tomatoes
- 1/2 Cup Chopped Fresh Italian Parsley
- 1 Clove Crushed Garlic
- 1 Tbsp Grated Parmesan Cheese
- Begin by grilling the steaks on medium heat up until you reach your desired doneness. See Note.
- While the steaks are grilling, combine the ingredients for the bruschetta in a small bowl. Mix them well to fully coat the tomatoes with the garlic and olive oil.
- Once steaks are done, serve topped with bruschetta.