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Playin' around with hot tubbing

Carolina QCarolina Q Posts: 13,000
edited 3:28AM in EggHead Forum
Not bad. Not bad at all. My first attempt at hot tubbing. Put a small Omaha Steaks filet in a pot of 110-ish water for about 30 minutes. My baked potato was almost done so I took it out of the water. If I had thought of hot tubbing earlier, I would have put it in the water then - spur of the moment decision, ya know?

Then steak on the Mini at 450=500*. Flipped it and pulled at about 135. I don't think it was any better than Trexing, and the sear didn't look as nice, but it was easier. Less futzing with egg temps. I already had it around 400 for the potato so it didn't take much to raise the temp. Still, a really nice steak. Potato was perfect after about an hour and of course, it stayed warm while I cooked the steak.

Sorry, no pics, but it looked a lot like a steak and baked potato are supposed to look. :)

I hate it when I go to the kitchen for food and all I find are ingredients!


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