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Head Country Reverse Seared Steak


BBQ Basics

Ingredients

At least 3-4 steaks 1 3/8” to 1 1/2” thick (i.e. Ribeye or Chuck Eye)
Head Country Marinade
Ground Montreal Steak Seasoning (or salt / pepper)
Head Country Original Championship Seasoning
Black pepper to taste

Cooking Instructions

I love a great steak and prefer boneless Ribeye (or the economical Chuck Eye, which is called the poor man’s Ribeye). Next is Porterhouse or T-Bone. Preferably the steaks are 1 3/8” to 1 1/2” thick. Cooking time will vary depending on thickness.

1. On a cutting board, aggressively trim the exterior fat off the steaks on all sides to expose more meat for rub.
2. Grind the Montreal Steak seasoning in a coffee grinder (or use Salt and Pepper).
3. Rub Head Country Marinade on one side then a medium coat of Ground Montreal Seasoning (or use Salt n Pepper). Make sure you get the sides, then flip steak and repeat on the other side of the steak.
4. Use Head Country Original Championship as a light accent rub.
5. Put the rubbed steaks into the freezer for 15 minutes.
6. Make sure your grill is lit and temperature of 225 degrees.
7. Place the steaks on the grill using a pigtail (not tongs as they take rub off the steak). Assuming 1 3/8” or 1 1/2” thick, flip every 15 minutes. Rotate the steaks 90 degrees to create cross hatching on the steaks if you want.
8. Cook the steaks to approximately 120 degrees internal temperature. Take the steaks off the grill and tent with aluminum foil. Get the grill up to at least 450-500 degrees with a cast iron griddle on the grates (or grill grates turned upside down)
9. Once the grill and griddle are up to temperature, place butter on the griddle surface to make it moist. Then place the steaks on the griddle for reverse searing.
10. Flip every 4 minutes to the desired temperature for steak doneness – for medium rare use 132 to 134 and one flip (roughly 8 minutes total)
11. Serve and eat immediately. Add additional Black Pepper to taste if desired.

Don’t worry about resting it. That will just cause the steak to lose precious juice.