Step 1
Pour enough milk to fully submerge the alligator steak into a glass baking dish. Add desired seasonings. Try salt, ground black pepper, red pepper flakes and rosemary to taste.
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Step 2
Lay the alligator steak in the milk to marinate. Cover the dish tightly with plastic wrap. Refrigerate the meat for three to four hours.
Step 3
Use a wire brush to clean the grill, then grease it with cooking oil. Preheat the barbecue to medium heat.
Step 4
Remove the alligator steak from the milk marinade and blot it dry with paper towels. Discard the marinade. Season the meat again to taste with the same seasonings used in the marinade.
Step 5
Grill the alligator steak for about 10 minutes per side with the lid closed. Cooking time depends on the thickness of the alligator meat and other factors, so use a meat thermometer to determine when it’s safely cooked.

Source: Livestrong.com

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