- Prepare the marinade by mixing the soy sauce, honey, mirin, and lime juice
together, along with the garlic and ginger.
- Pour half the marinade into a 9 x 13 Pyrex baking pan. Layer the steak on
top of the marinade and then pour the remaining marinade over the
steak. Cover tightly with a lid or plastic wrap and refrigerate for 12-24
hours. The teriyaki flavor becomes more robust the longer the beef
- Reserve half the marinade for grilling and pour the other half into a small saucepan, bringing to a simmer over low heat.
- Preheat your grill or cast iron grill pan over medium high heat.
- Lay the steak on the grill and brush with marinade reserved for grilling.
Grill 4-6 minutes per side, basting each side liberally with teriyaki
marinade. Cook to medium and remove to serving platter.
- Allow beef to rest for 5 minutes then slice on the bias into 1/4” strips.
Drizzle marinade from the saucepan over the steak and garnish with
green onions. Enjoy!
Humanely Raised Colorado Beef
As stewards of our herd, it’s our responsibility to provide the best possible care for our herd, from calving to finishing. We adhere to the Global Animal Partnership 5-Step® Animal Welfare Rating Program and the Meyer Humanely Handled Standards. By providing open grazing, freedom of movement, reduction of stress, continuous access to fresh water and fresh air, as well as ample shelter for inclement weather, we aim to be honorable stewards of our herd. We have the highest regard for each animal in our herd and are committed to raising them naturally.
Pasture Raised Colorado Beef
Our Red Angus cattle are raised on the expansive plains of Eastern Colorado. They are given ample acreage to graze natural grass before being finished on a corn-based diet for the unmistakable flavor that corn finishing delivers.
Hormone Free Colorado Beef
While all animal-based foods contain naturally-occurring hormones, we don’t believe in altering our herd with growth-promoting hormones. Red Angus are known for their tenderness, robust flavor, superior marbling, and consistent portion sizing. Even though supplemental growth hormones in cattle have been shown to pose no risk to human health, we prefer to let nature run its course when it comes to delivering superior Colorado beef.
Antibiotic Free Colorado Beef
Antibiotic stewardship is something we take very seriously. Not only are we committed to protecting the health of our animals, we’re committed to protecting the health of your family. We have strict herd health practices in place to ensure we use antibiotics on a limited, as-necessary basis. We take the time to see each animal on a daily basis so that we can quickly identify and administer to any sick or injured animals. While we do not use antibiotics, or other medications, unnecessarily, we’ll do everything we can to minimize pain and suffering for our cattle, including administering antibiotics when a veterinarian deems it necessary. Any animals treated for illness or injury do not enter the food chain until they have gone through the recommended withdrawal period. No animal sold as natural Colorado beef has ever been given antibiotics.