When prepared and cooked properly, this recipe is a hit with all meat lovers!


  • 2 Cans Guiness Beer

  • 1 Whole onion (sliced)

  • 2 Cloves garlic (sliced)

  • 1 Green chilli (sliced)

  • 2 King Rib Fillets (bone in) approx 2 inches thick

  • Salt and Pepper for seasoning

  • Gravy

  • 2 cups Leftover marinade

  • Corn Flour 1 Tablespoon

  • Salt and Pepper

  • 1/4 cup water

  • Cream (to taste)


  • 1.

    Salt and Pepper your steak and place into a large bowl (or pan) and add onion, garlic, chilli and cover with beer.

  • 2.

    Cover and refrigerate overnight.

  • 3.

    Remove from the fridge and let return to room temp.

  • 4.

    Make sure bbq plate is hot and place the steak on the bbq.

  • 5.

    Cook the steak for 5 mins on each side only turning once (or until browned)

  • 6.

    Now either turn the bbq gas down to minimum and close the lid (of the bbq) or place the steak into a low oven to finish cooking. Either is fine and cooking times are based on how you like steak cooked.

  • 7.

    Place steak on a plate and cover with tin foil for about 15 mins to rest.

  • 8.

    Serve with cold salads in summer or hot veges in winter

  • 9.

    You can also use the remaining marinade and make a wonderful gravy.

  • 10.

    Place corn flour and water into a glass and mix with a fork until all the lumps are gone.

  • 11.

    Place marinade into a frying pan and bring to the boil, then simmer until it reduces by half

  • 12.

    Slowly add the corn flour and water mix, stirring all the time to avoid lumps

  • 13.

    When gravy thinckens a little then add cream (there is no amount specified so add to your liking, I like to start with about a tablespoon and go from there)

  • 14.

    When gravy is thick then remove from heat.


The steak needs to seal first on a hot bbq then slow cooked to remain tender.
The best way to judge your steak is to touch it and the softer the steak is the less it is cooked, if it is firm to touch then it is well done.

Try this:
Using your pointer finger, touch the middle of your forehead, ths feel represents 'well done', now touch your chin, this represents 'medium', now touch the middle of your cheeks, this represents 'rare' ....... Remember these tips are a guide only.

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