The best way to tenderize a sirloin steak for grilling

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When the grill is hot and you are ready for a killer steak, proceed carefully to ensure a tender and flavourful grilled steak. Depending on the cut and grade of your steak, you may need to prepare it carefully before grilling to make sure it stays moist.

A sirloin steak, from the hip area of the cow, can be amazingly flavourful as long as you tenderise it first and then grill it slow and low.

Mix 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce and 1/4 cup tomato sauce in the glass dish. Add salt and pepper to the ingredients, if you wish.

Remove the sirloin steak from the packaging and rinse it lightly under cool water. Dry the steak with paper towels.

Place the sirloin steak into the marinade, pushing it down into the ingredients so the bottom of the steak has full contact with the marinade.

Cover the dish and refrigerate it.

Marinate the steak for eight hours, flipping the steak every two hours.

Grill the steak over medium heat.