If you're a steak lover, you've got to try these mouthwatering crispy garlic steaks made from tender and juicy ribeye. Grilled on a flat grilling surface to create a crispy texture that's reminiscent of garlic shrimp, these steaks are bursting with flavor. The key to achieving that perfect crispy texture is to cook the steaks on high heat for a short amount of time. The marinade used for these steaks is packed with garlic, giving them a bold and irresistible taste. Once cooked to your desired level of doneness, let the steaks rest for a few minutes before slicing into them and enjoy this feast.
- 1200 grams rib-eye steak 6 individual steaks
- 125 grams PitmasterX's Classic BBQ rub
- 125 grams all purpose flour
- 15 cloves of garlic blended
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 30 grams fresh parsley chopped
- 1 lemon sliced in half
- 500 grams butter
- 1 tbsp coarse sea salt
- 1 tsp black pepper
- While not necessary, I personally prefer starting with a whole ribeye and slicing it into individual steaks to ensure they're about 1 finger thick. Adjust the thickness to your liking.
- Combine the Pitmaster X classic rub with equal parts of all-purpose flour.
- Fire up the Chad-O-Chef Boma using small kindling for a woodfire. Once ignited, add larger pieces of wood and season the hot plate with a plant-based oil.
- Thoroughly coat the steaks with the flour seasoning mix, ensuring they're well-covered with a light coating.
- Blend 15 cloves of garlic in a blender with some olive oil. Add more oil if necessary. Slice fresh parsley and cut a lemon in half.
- Heat a pan on top of the hot grill plate. Melt 500 grams of butter and mix in the blended garlic, parsley, and lemon juice. Season with 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of black pepper.
- Using a spoon, spread some of the melted butter onto the hot plate. Lay the steaks on top and let them grill. While grilling, brush some more garlic butter on top of the steaks.
- Grill the steaks until they reach a temperature of 52°C/125°F and have a beautiful dark brown crust on both sides.
- Allow the steaks to rest for 10 minutes before serving, and they're ready to be enjoyed!
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