How to cook the perfect steak on the Big Green Egg

June 11, 2015 4 Comments

Ingredients:

Ribeye Steaks about 1.5" thick

Organic butcher steak rub

Olive Oil

Grass-fed butter

Set the egg up for direct cooking. Wait until the temperature is above 500 degrees.

Place the steaks on the grill and cook for 2 minutes. Flip and cook for 2 more minutes. Close all vents on the egg and cook 2 more minutes for medium rare. 

Take off the grill and top with a generous scoop of grass-fed butter!  Let rest for 3-5 minutes.

Enjoy!

If you have any grilling recipes you would like to share we would love to hear about them!




4 Responses

CHING DAVEZ
CHING DAVEZ

May 20, 2018

Butter to eat grass than not!

Jeff Callaghan
Jeff Callaghan

September 27, 2017

Im also curious how the butter eats the grass. Also, do you feed the grass to the butter before or after the steaks are cooked?

Jimmy b
Jimmy b

August 11, 2017

Yes. I am also wondering how the butter eats the grass?

Ding Chavez
Ding Chavez

April 16, 2017

How does the butter eat the grass?

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