Smoked bone-in ribeye steak – smoking meat newsletter

There’s just something about a big ol’ ribeye steak with a handle that brings out the true carnivore in us! These smoked bone-in ribeye steaks are smoked to almost done then seared on a very hot grill for a perfect finish.

I used my Texas style rub recipe to bring out the naturally rich flavor that is already present in these delicious ribeye steaks. Oven roasted salmon fillet Unlike the Original rub, the Texas rub does not have any sugar and most folks say it is the bomb on beef and seafood (I humbly agree).


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Note: This one was just over 2 lbs and was about 3 inches thick. How to cook salmon fillet in a pan Any size and/or thickness will work but thicker is better in my opinion.

Use a basting brush to coat the entire piece of meat with the oil.

Sprinkle a generous amount of Jeff’s Texas style rub recipe ( purchase recipes here) onto the top, sides and bottom of the steaks.

Note: the Original rub recipe ( Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub) is also very good on steak and I have used it many times with excellent results.

Let the steaks sit on the counter for a few minutes while you get the smoker ready. Oven baked salmon fillets You will notice that within a few minutes, the rub begins to draw some of the moisture out of the meat. Oven cook salmon fillets The moisture then mixes with the rub ingredients and it creates a paste.

Place the steaks on a Bradley rack or a cookie sheet to make it easy to transport them to and from the smoker.

I used the Landmann propane smoker for this cook but any smoker will work great as long as it can maintain about 220°F.

Set it up for indirect cooking and use the water pan if your smoker was designed with one.

I recommend cherry wood for smoke but any smoking wood will work great for these.

Once the smoker is ready, place the steak right on the smoker grate or if you used the Bradley rack, you can just place the rack right on the smoker grate.

Keep the heat and smoke going for about any hour or until the internal temperature of the steak reads about 110-115°F.

Once the steaks reach an internal temperature of 110-115°F, place them on an already preheated gas or charcoal grill. Cooking salmon with skin on The grill needs to be very hot.. How to cook salmon with skin on the hotter the better in my opinion.

I used the Big Green Egg without the platesetter heated to around 550°F so I could get a good char very quickly.

(If you used the Original rub recipe on these, be careful as it does burn much easier than the Texas style rub recipe due to the sugar content.)

Keep a close eye on the steaks and do not leave them alone at all. Grilling salmon with skin on Place them on the hot grill for about 2 minutes then rotate them 90° to get nice looking grill marks.

In 2 more minutes or so, flip them over and do the same thing on that side.

The amount of time it takes to get a good char is completely dependent on the temperature of the grill so it may take more or less than 2 minutes.

As an alternative, you can bring them into the house and place them under the broiler of the oven for this charring step. Cook salmon fillet oven You will not get the coveted grill marks but you will get a great char and color and because the heat is working on the top of the steak instead of the bottom, you’ll be able to easily see when it’s had enough and is ready to be flipped over.

Leave the smoker going and if the charring is complete but the steaks are not to your desired doneness, you can easily place them right back in the smoker until the desired temperature is acquired.

When the ribeye steaks have reached your desired level of doneness (I recommend medium rare or 135°F for best flavor, tenderness and juiciness), lay them on the cutting board and cover loosely with a foil pan or piece of foil to allow them to rest for 10 minutes.

During the resting period, the juices in the steak will settle down and redistribute throughout the meat. Whole salmon fillet recipes The meat will also raise a few degrees in temperature.

You will notice the perfect medium rare all the way from edge to edge and the lovely char on the outside. Cooking frozen salmon fillets This process of cooking low and slow then charring the outside over very high heat, as I have described above, is the only way to make that happen.

You can obviously cook them to a higher internal temperature if that’s the way you like to eat steak ??

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Love the original rib rub and sauce! We have an annual rib fest competition at the lake every 4th of July. Cooking salmon steaks in oven I will say we have won a great percent of the time over the past 15 years so we are not novices by any means. How to cook a salmon steak However, we didn’t win last year and had to step up our game! We used Jeff’s rub and sauce (sauce on the side) and it was a landslide win for us this year! Thanks Jeff for the great recipes. Baking a salmon fillet I’m looking forward to trying the Texas style rub in the near future! ~Michelle M.

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There’s just something about a big ol’ ribeye steak with a handle that brings out the true carnivore in us! These smoked bone-in ribeye steaks are smoked to almost done then seared on a very hot grill for a perfect finish.

• Note: This one was just over 2 lbs and was about 3 inches thick. How to bake a salmon fillet Any size and/or thickness will work but thicker is better in my opinion.

• Use a basting brush to coat the entire piece of meat with the oil.

• Sprinkle a generous amount of Jeff’s Texas style rub recipe onto the top, sides and bottom of the steaks.

• Note: the Original rub recipe (Jeff’s Naked Rib Rub) is also very good on steak and I have used it many times with excellent results.

• Let the steaks sit on the counter for a few minutes while you get the smoker ready. How to bake salmon fillet in oven You will notice that within a few minutes, the rub begins to draw some of the moisture out of the meat. How long to bake a salmon fillet The moisture then mixes with the rub ingredients and it creates a paste.

• Place the steaks on a Bradley rack or a cookie sheet to make it easy to transport them to and from the smoker.

• I used the Landmann propane smoker for this cook but any smoker will work great as long as it can maintain about 220°F.

• Set it up for indirect cooking and use the water pan if your smoker was designed with one.

• I recommend cherry wood for smoke but any smoking wood will work great for these.

• Once the smoker is ready, place the steak right on the smoker grate or if you used the Bradley rack, you can just place the rack right on the smoker grate.

• Keep the heat and smoke going for about any hour or until the internal temperature of the steak reads about 110-115°F.

• Once the steaks reach an internal temperature of 110-115°F, place them on an already preheated gas or charcoal grill. How long bake salmon fillet The grill needs to be very hot.. Baked salmon fillet the hotter the better in my opinion.

• Keep a close eye on the steaks and do not leave them alone at all. How to bake salmon fillets Place them on the hot grill for about 2 minutes then rotate them 90° to get nice looking grill marks.

• In 2 more minutes or so, flip them over and do the same thing on that side.

• The amount of time it takes to get a good char is completely dependent on the temperature of the grill so it may take more or less than 2 minutes.

• As an alternative, you can bring them into the house and place them under the broiler of the oven for this charring step. Baked salmon fillet in foil You will not get the coveted grill marks but you will get a great char and color and because the heat is working on the top of the steak instead of the bottom, you’ll be able to easily see when it’s had enough and is ready to be flipped over.

• Leave the smoker going and if the charring is complete but the steaks are not to your desired doneness, you can easily place them right back in the smoker until the desired temperature is acquired.

• When the ribeye steaks have reached your desired level of doneness (I recommend medium rare or 135°F for best flavor, tenderness and juiciness), lay them on the cutting board and cover loosely with a foil pan or piece of foil to allow them to rest for 10 minutes. Baked salmon fillet recipes During the resting period, the juices in the steak will settle down and redistribute throughout the meat. Baked salmon fillets recipes The meat will also raise a few degrees in temperature.

• Cut or carve the steak(s) as desired and serve immediately.

• You can obviously cook them to a higher internal temperature if that’s the way you like to eat steak ?

I am preparing a 4+lb boneless ribeye roast for the smoker. Easy baked salmon fillet recipes It will not be cut into steaks. Calories in baked salmon fillet How would I smoke it compared to the bone in chops? We prefer med/med rare. How long do you bake salmon fillets I don’t have a real accurate thermometer.Can you suggest a basic time frame to do this? I have a Green MT grill and can hold a temperature pretty well.

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