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TRex's steak method

bigmikejbigmikej Posts: 216
edited 3:53PM in EggHead Forum
Well I have now tried this method on filets, strips, and now flank steak. It works great on all three. For the flank steak, sear at 750 for 2 min/side then remove and let rest for 20 min. Then put back on egg at 400 for 2 more min/side. A perfect juicy tender med-rare. Used a marinade overnight and then dusted with Dizzy Cow Lick Rub. Delicious![p]Mike
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  • TRexTRex Posts: 2,709
    Mike,[p]Thanks for the report on the flank steak. I have yet to try this cut of beef (other than for jerky), but certainly am encouraged to do so now.[p]TRex
  • buffybuffy Posts: 9
    bigmikej,[p]Great to hear about your success. TRex is a good friend of mine. He introduced me to his sear/dwell method last year. I have spent some time comparing his method against high temp./no dwell cooks using the exact same cuts of meat. There's a difference. Based on his sources and our experiences, the dwell seems to help break down the connecting fibers.
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