Steak Grilling Guide

Steak Grilling Guide

We have been asked many times on our Facebook and Twitter pages- How do I know when my steak is done? If you are like me and love a juicy medium rare ribeye then there is no way you want to cut into that amazing steak to find out it is done medium...or worse well done! 

We have some awesome guides for you to know when to pull that steak off the grill whether you do it by internal temp or time. You can also download a guide here.

 

 
   
     

What are your thoughts? (1)

01.26.15

Paul S

The thermostat has to read at least 500 and no more than 575 degrees, preseason the steak, put it on the grill, close the lid immediately, check for flareups at 3-4 min, use the fork to lift the edge To verify the charring process, once its charred flip that bad boy and repeat, after both sides are charred, cut small slit and look at the center, if its still bloody red, turn the heat down so you don't burn it and let it cook a couple more min and recheck it. I know everyone says do not cut it open, i'm talking a small dime size slit, the thermostat sounds good, neat gadget, cool gimic, Slit the steak so u know for sure!

01.26.15

Heather Herriges

Hi Paul!
Thanks for sharing your tips. Enjoy your steaks and grill on!
Heather