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Yak - Exotic BBQ

Coat the yak steak with your choice of seasonings, omitting salt because it may dry out the meat before it is cooked. Seasoning choices vary but can include using cilantro and a dash of rosemary for an herbal taste.

Place the stove-top grill on the eye of your stove. Turn the heat to a medium-high setting, or 350 degrees Fahrenheit on a digital stove. Let the grill plate heat up for five minutes.

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Place the steak onto the grill plate. It will begin to sizzle immediately. Let the steak sizzle on one side for three minutes and flip it over. Allow the steak to cook for an additional three minutes.

Remove the steak after it reaches the desired doneness temperature internally. For instance, a medium-rare yak steak should measure 125 degrees Fahrenheit, and a done yak steak should measure 135 degrees Fahrenheit or higher internally. Do not serve a yak steak that has an internal temperature of below 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

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