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Ahi steaks

This was easy but good, cooked at 450 for 3 min a side
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 14,954
    Looks good. Any seasoning?
    Green egg, dead animal and alcohol. The "Boro".. TN 
  • johnkitchensjohnkitchens Posts: 4,097
    That looks good. Your egg still looks new. I have only cooked on mine 6 times and it is BLACK as night on the inside. 

    Louisville, GA - 2 Large BGE's
  • DMOTSDMOTS Posts: 29
    Basic salt and pepper with olive oil and garlic powder then during cook add fresh lemon juice. Yes it is new but I have cooked 6 or 7 times and a 14 hour brisket
  • How was it cooked in the center?  I've been thinking about doing an Ahi sear sometime in the near future, but its hard to get my hands on a fresh cut in MS. 
    Hunter - LBGE
    Oxford, MS
  • solasola Posts: 118
    Put mine on, sing the ABC's, flip it, repeat ABC's & pull it. That's a quick cook to light the egg for.
  • DMOTSDMOTS Posts: 29
    It is hard to get fresh but at Traders Joe's you can get the best fresh frozen, if you have one in your area. as for inside cook it is a little pink just where you want it. most eat as sushi - not for me. They do cook fast at 450 so watch them close. 
  • solasola Posts: 118
    I am lucky enough to be able to catch my own fairly closely. Can't beat a fresh tuna steak. I like soy sauce & minced garlic. Little wasabi on the side.
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