New York Strip with Roasted Garlic & Blue Cheese — Foster's Supermarket
New York Strip with Roasted Garlic & Blue Cheese

by Chef Aaron Molloy

Experience the epitome of steak perfection with our New York Strip featuring Roasted Garlic & Blue Cheese. This savory delight combines the bold, robust flavors of a perfectly seared New York Strip with the rich, earthy notes of roasted garlic and the creamy tang of blue cheese. The result is a culinary masterpiece that tantalizes the taste buds with every savory bite. This dish elevates the classic steak experience to a new level, offering a symphony of indulgent tastes that will leave you savoring the essence of culinary bliss.


  • 14 oz Center Cut New York Strip steak.
  • 1 lime
  • 1 whole clove of garlic
  • Wedge of blue cheese
  • Tube of wasabi
  • Salt and pepper
  • A dollop of butter

Step 1: Allow the steak to come to room temperature. Generously season the steak with salt and pepper.

Step 2: Preheat your grill to medium-high heat. Cut the lime in half and set it aside. Slice the top off of the garlic clove. Place it on a piece of foil and top it with a dollop of butter and a sprinkle of pepper. Wrap the garlic securely in the foil.

Step 3: Once the grill is hot, place the lime halves (cut-side down) and the foil-wrapped garlic on the grill. Allow the lime and garlic to grill for about 5 minutes. Place the New York strip steak on the grill and cook it to your desired level:

  • Rare: About 2-3 minutes per side
  • Medium Rare: About 3-5 minutes per side
  • Medium: About 5-7 minutes per side
  • Well Done: 8-10 minutes per side

Step 4: After grilling, transfer the steak to a plate and let it rest uncovered for at least 5 minutes. This allows the juices to redistribute within the meat.

Plate the rested steak and squeeze the grilled lime over the steak for a unique, citrusy charred flavor. Spread some wasabi on the steak for a spicy kick then crumble the blue cheese over the steak for a tangy, creamy contrast.

Unwrap the garlic from the foil and spread it on the steak or serve it on the side as a rich, buttery accompaniment.