Fuzzy’s Steak

 

Fuzzy’s Steak

Disclaimer: Steak is a heated topic with various opinions on preparation, all the way to temperature and safety.  This is simply a demonstration of how I prefer MY steaks.  Proceed with caution…

The following recipe is a demonstration on how to prepare steak on a Big Green Egg.
Your comments, questions, and concerns are welcome…and I’d appreciate it if you would share your experience or tweaks to this recipe.

Ingredients:
Steak (1 for every 1-2 people)
1 bottle of Dales Low Sodium Marinade
1 bottle of Zesty Italian Dressing
McCormick’s Montreal Steak Seasoning
Jack Daniels wood chips

Pairs With: No condiments needed.  This thing is RIDICULOUSLY juicy and flavorful.

Suggested Side(s):
Sweet Potato Fries

 

Fuzzy’s Steak

Method Of Cooking:

Big Green Egg (other smoker, grill, or even oven will work) with Mangrate on top of the cast iron grate (all on top of the fire ring). Medium amount of Natural Lump Charcoal at 450-500 degrees for about 8 minutes (cook times will vary based on Egg temperature and preference).

Total Cook/Prep Time: About 7 hours for marination…of which, only a total of 30 minutes of actual work and cooking are needed (or 1 episode of your favorite reality program)

Feeds: 2 lumberjacks (1 large steak each) or 4-5 hipsters (1/2 steak each)…sorry, you’re either a hipster or a lumberjack on this one… nothing in between…so own it!

2 Comments

  1. Russ Sauers
    December 23, 2013

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    This looks awesome, I’m going to give it a go the day after Christmas. I have trouble with Steaks (not sure why) but this looks like a good recipe and should be a winner. I love the site and the recipes, thanks for sharing your techniques/recipes.

    • Fuzzy
      December 23, 2013

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      Thanks, Russ! This is one of our favorite recipes. Steak can be difficult to grill, as it’s very easy to dry out. The marinade will go a long way in keeping your steak moist… but the most critical part of cooking a juicy steak is searing the outside, pulling it off early (5-10 degrees cooler than your preference), and letting it sit for 5-10 minutes before you cut into it. I hope it works out for you, and happy grilling!

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