T Bone Steak Recipe – How to Cook Steak on the Weber Jumbo Joe with Slow N Sear

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In this T Bone Steak Recipe, I’ll show you how to cook a perfect T Bone Steak on the Weber Jumbo Joe using the Slow ‘N Sear and cold grate technique. This Grilled T Bone Steak is easy to do and will have your tastebuds screaming for more!

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1or 2 T Bone Steaks (1.5-2 inches thick preferred)
Kosher Salt
Fresh Black Pepper
Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Step #1
To start off choose a good T Bone steak that is between 1.5”-2″ thick. To prep your t bone steak, apply 1/2 tsp of kosher salt per lb of meat and then place in the fridge overnight to dry brine the meat. This will help season the meat and keep it more juicy after the cook.

Step #2
After your steak has been dry brined overnight prepare your weber jumbo joe for low and slow cooking at 225F. When your tempreture is stable place your T Bone steak onto the grill opposite the coals and place your digital leave in thermometer into the thickest part of the steak. Once thats done close the lid and begin cooking slowly. When your steak reaches between 85-90F open up the grill and flip the steak to help it cook more evenly.

Step #3
When your T Bone Steak reaches 110F-115F remove from the grill in preparation for the sear. Also remove the grate to allow the grate to cool. To prep the steaks, dry the surface with paper towel and then apply extra virgin olive oil followed by a generous amount of freshly cracked black pepper. That’s it. When you steak is prepped finish setting up the weber jumbo joe and Slow ‘N Sear for the sear by adding in just under half a basket of fully lit briquettes (1/3ish).

Step #4
With the grill and steak ready to go, insert the grate and quickly add the steak to begin searing. You will sear one minute on each side twice spinning the grate with each flip so that your cooking on a cool grate vs a smoking hot grate. Sear this way until you have reached your desired tempreture and then remove from the grill.

Let it rest a few minutes then slice in and enjoy. YUM!

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About this video:
In this T Bone Steak Recipe Video Jabin from Postal Barbecue will show you how to cook t bone steak on the grill using a weber jumbo joe and Slow ‘N Sear. T Bone Steak is easy to cook and this reverse sear T Bone steak is no exception. You can use this method for cooking not just this T Bone but Ribeye Steaks, Striploin Steaks and even Picanha Steaks. Have fun with it.


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