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5th Jun 2020
Best steak on a BBQ:
I have been asked many times what is the best beef to cook on a BBQ, here are my tips...
Firstly: NEVER buy steak that has been marinaded from a butcher, it will be old and tough, the marinade is used to disquise old meat and NOT enhance it!
RUMP: Can dry out if not cooked properly and can be tough
SIRLOIN: Bit better than Rump but still can come out tough if not cooked properly
PORTERHOUSE: A great steak for the BBQ, BUT be careful in cooking, if you overcook it will again be tough
EYE FILLET: The perfect steak, but not for a BBQ, expensive and as there is little fat can dry out easily, not to be used on a BBQ
BLADE: One of the under-rated cuts of meat, beautiful as a roast and can be cooked as a steak but needs to be MSA (Meat standards Australia) graded to be moist and good to eat, check with your Butcher and see the 'msa' label
RIB / EYE: The most wonderful steak to cook on a BBQ, marbled for moisture and great to cook rare to medium, but has to be MSA graded (again Woolworths are really good suppliers of this beef) buy a whole rib eye at about $27.00* per kilo.
This is what it looks like, can be frozen as well...................Buy it, try it, cook it, eat it!
See it being cooked on my instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/barbitec/
* Prices may vary
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