How a Simple Wood Pellet Grill Recipe Can Save Your Day

January 2, 2016

Some people are under the impression that grilling is a very hard task but on the contrary, if you have a fine grill, all your grilling worries can be set aside. Do not refrain from the idea of having a barbeque in your backyard because if you get the basics right and have a good recipe to compliment the event, you are definitely going to get some rave reviews.

If you are looking for a perfect way to bond with your friends, all you need is a good grill and a good recipe. A good grill can be achieved by looking for up for best pellet grill reviews on the internet. And, for a good recipe, here’s a good take on grilling, our recipe is easy and doesn’t take much off of you.

The Perfect Steak Chop House Rub Recipe

The Perfect Steak Chop House Rub RecipeThis recipe is definitely going to blow your mind and cater to all your grilling worries and reservations. It is very simple to prepare and in no time you have your steak perfectly gilled and ready to serve.

Ingredients

1 steak chunk of that is at least 1 1/4th inch thick

Chop House Rub Ingredients

1 tbsp. onion powder

1 tbsp. sea salt

1 tbsp. garlic powder

1 tbsp. coarse black pepper

Mixing the Ingredients

In this recipe or usually in most of the grilling recipes, you should mix all the ingredients before you start working on the meat or veggies. Here as well, you should mix them all together first.

Prepping the Steak

If you have placed the steak in the refrigerator, you should place it out and let it come to room temperature before you start working on it. Once it is at the right temperature, you should use the mixture of all ingredients to rub it on the steak. Make sure you rub it well against the steak on both sides evenly ensuring that it sits well on the surface.

Tip: if you have extra mixture, do not overdose the steak with it as it would cause a difference in the taste. If you have excess mixture, you can always store it for a further use in the near future.

Prep the Grill

Prep the Grill

Many grills do not take much time to heat up and to add a good flavor to your food, you can use wood pellets for grills. Preheat the grill at around 400 degree F. once a few minutes pass by, you can place the steak on the grill, make sure it is directly placed on the grill. You can sear the steam for 5 minutes or max 7 minutes. You can flip it on different sides when the colors turns brown or darkens a bit.

You need to flip it when required using thons so it makes the task easier. Once the steak is done, you should immediately remove it from the grill and place it in a foil.

Why Use a Foil?

Often people wonder why a foil is used to cover meat once it is done and removed from the grill. The reason for this is very simple, grilling cooks the meat but to incorporate the flavors in a better manner, you can place it in a foil and let it sit for 10 minutes. By doing so, you can expect the flavors and aromas to come together and enter the meat so that it sits in it and offers a good taste.

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