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500g Chump Steak Extra fat removed. Cut into 3 or 4 manageable pieces for grilling. To tenderise the steak. Run a sharp knife along the steak very gently in a criss cross pattern, you aren't trying to cut the meat, just score it ever so slightly.
60ml Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 clove Garlic Finely chopped
2 tbsp Fresh Coriander Finely chopped
0.5 Lemon Zest
1 whole Lemon Juice
1 whole Lime Juice

Chump Steak with Citrus and Garlic


    A fresh and flavour packed recipe for steak cooked rare on the BBQ

    • 3 hours 15 minutes (including marinading)
    • Serves 4
    • Easy


    • Steak

    • Marinade



    This is a delicious recipe for chump steak for the BBQ. Chump steak is also called ‘rump’ steak. It’s quite an expensive cut so treat it right. Give it the time and care it deserves with this punchy fresh marinade.

    Chump steak comes from the backside of the cow, an area that does a lot of work. Chump isn’t as expensive or tender as sirloin but their is a lot of flavour there so it does well on the BBQ. That being said, the higher up the cut of beef your chump steaks are cut from, the closer you get to sirloin so it’s worth getting to know your butcher.

    This is a tasty recipe that can be served as tasty BBQ preamble or as part of a main meal with a baked potato and some grilled onions and peppers. When I have made it, it usually doesn’t get on to plates, people eat it straight from the board.  Hope you enjoy it. The marinade recipe is adapted from the Weber Big Book of BBQ.

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    Prepare the chump steak for cooking. Mix all of your marinade ingredients together in a bowl, it will take around a teaspoon of salt and half as much ground pepper. Set 3 tablespoons of it aside to serve with the cooked steak.


    Season the steak with salt. Then, in a large bowl, mix the remaining marinade with the steak pieces and cover with film. Set the bowl with somewhere cool, ideally in the fridge for at least 3 hours.


    Prepare the BBQ for direct cooking on a high temperature. Bring the steak back to room temperature before cooking.


    Remove the steak from the marinade and grill over the BBQ (close the lid if you have one) until you're happy with how it's cooked. It'll take your steak around 3-5 minutes to be cooked medium rare. Turn it a couple of times during cooking.


    When you're happy with how the steak is cooked, remember to let it rest. This chump steak will rest for around 2-3 minutes. Slice it up and mix it up with the reserved marinade.

    Mark T

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