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Filet with Ghee

RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
edited 4:16AM in EggHead Forum
On Saturday, I had to have some high temp grilled beef. While at the West Side Market, I had the butch (Meat Cutter, sorry) cut me two nice 1.5-inch filets. They were beautiful chunks of meat. I kept it simple and used a light dusting of Chef Zachary’s Blackening Spice. I let the small crank up to high temps and grilled the steaks for 3/3/3. I left my wife’s in the dwell for two minutes more. I had my container of ghee outside and immediately upon removing the steaks from the egg put some ghee on. It melted nicely by the time I took it the table. The meal was finished off with baked potatoes and sweet corn. The only thing that I add to the steak at the table was lots of fresh ground Tellichery Pepper. It was one of the better steaks that I have made and they were cooked perfectly.[p]Happy Grilling,


  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,415
    Ghee whiz! Gonna have to try that soon.
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  • CornfedCornfed Posts: 1,324
    RhumAndJerk,[p]Sounds mighty tasty. I must make ghee soon. Any opportunity to mix two wonderful things like steak and butter is one worth pursuing, IMHO. And speaking of wonderful things, any chance of somehow incorporating bacon into this dish???[p]Only half kidding,

  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    I actually did have some bacon and considered wrapping the filets with it. All that you have to do is secure the bacon with a toothpick.[p]However, I did not want to ruin the bacon. (ha)[p]Drink up,

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