Make these amazing steak crostini for an appetizer that will impress and delight everyone! Featuring wonderful French bread topped with succulent steak, this is a fancy finger food hit that’s perfect for all occasions. It’s a delicious steak hors d’oeuvre that’s sure to impress! Check out our video and instructions below to learn how to make this delicious, easy party appetizer!

Did you know crostini means “little toasts” in Italian. Crostini are small, thin slices of toasted bread which can be topped with any combination of spreads and toppings.

Steak Crostini Recipe Video

Ingredients you will need:

  • 1 1/2 lbs. sirloin cooked medium-rare
  • 10 oz. blue cheese
  • 3 T. milk
  • 3 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • French baguette, thinly sliced
  • Chopped rosemary
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt and pepper

Season steaks with salt, pepper, and oil. Let rest for 45 minutes.

Jess pours olive oil on steaks.

In a pan, combine the garlic, milk, and blue cheese. Simmer on low, stirring occasionally.

Jess adds blue cheese to pan.

Slice French baguette into thin slices and brush with olive oil. Cook in 350 degree oven for 5-7 minutes or until lightly toasted.


Cook the steaks to your liking. We prefer ours cooked medium-rare. Let the steaks rest for a few minutes after cooking. Then cut the steak into thin slices, about as thin as you can. A sharp knife makes this easier.

Jess cooks several steaks.

Add the green onions to the sauce. Stir until combined.


Spread the blue cheese sauce on the toasted bread.  Then place a piece of steak on top of the sauce. Garnish with fresh rosemary. Serve and enjoy!


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Steak Crostini Video Transcript

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Hi there! Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today we are going to whip up some holiday appetizers. These are my blue cheese and steak crostini. They’re absolutely delicious and they are super easy to make for your holiday parties these season. We’re going to start by prepping our steaks.

So we have some sirloin steak that we’re going to cook on my grill pan. I’m going to put a coat of oil on them. You can season these however you like. For our blue cheese sauce that we’re going to make on the stove we’re going to chop up some garlic. You can use as much or as little as you like. We are going to use three cloves in my sauce. And just a quick chop.

And we are going to thinly slice some green onion. So on the stove I have about three tablespoons of whole milk and I’m going to add that chopped garlic in there. And to that, some really good blue cheese that we’re just going to crumble in. And we’re going to simmer this on low until all of our ingredients come together. We are ready to slice up our French baguette. I have Rada’s 10-Inch Bread Knife here. Quarter of an inch slices, pretty thin.

We are going to place our baguette on our baking stone. I’m going to give these a brush with extra virgin olive oil spray. And into our oven they go, just for a few minutes. So I have my grill pan heated over medium high. I like mine on the rare side so I’m going to do about two to three minutes each side. So now I’ve added garlic to my grill pan, you can see I didn’t chop it or anything, I just gave it a smash. This is going to infuse our steaks with a little bit of that garlic flavor. I’ll mix it around and it smells divine.

We’re now ready to flip our steaks. And if you want yours a little more well-done just keep letting them go. So I’ve let my sirloin steaks rest for just a few minutes. I’m going to come in with my Slicer and at an angle we are going to cut up our perfectly seasoned steak. Nice, thin slices, about as thin as you can go on this. We’re going to layer them with our blue cheese sauce. We’ve let our cheese sauce cool so it can thicken, and we’re going to add some chopped green onion. And give it a stir. And we’re ready to put our crostini together.

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