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    Default reverse sear

    I was watching a bbq show about reverse searing a ribeye--cook steak at 250 for 45 min (125 degrees) in oven or pit and let rest for 15 minutes and then sear either in a hot cast iron pot or a very hot bbq pit--has anyone tried this using your smoker for the 45 min then using the hot pan or pit?

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    Default try it I think you will like it

    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    I was watching a bbq show about reverse searing a ribeye--cook steak at 250 for 45 min (125 degrees) in oven or pit and let rest for 15 minutes and then sear either in a hot cast iron pot or a very hot bbq pit--has anyone tried this using your smoker for the 45 min then using the hot pan or pit?
    I tried it over the weekend and it was great---season a good ribeye with olive oil and your favorite seasoning ( i Like Minors steak and a little tonys)
    cook in smoker at 250 until meat reaches 125--I did not use any wood but my smoker is old and seasoned---take out and let rest about 15 minutes---take some melted butter and seasoning and pour over meat during 15minutes---get your bbq pit as hot as possible and sear steak for about 2 min each side---take out and let rest--then enjoy----has very nice crust and meat will be medium rare thru our whole steak--very juicy

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    Awesome!

    I love reverse searing. Funny thing is, several of us have been doing this in our smokers for a while and did not know it was called reverse searing

    I completely agree with you, the flavor is outstanding.

    Thanks for sharing
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