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cubed staek

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i took some cubed steak, then i put jalapeno pepper and some red onion. and put some tony chacheres creole seasoning on the steak, then rolled it up, wrapped with smoked bacon, put on the grill. VERRRRRY GOOOOOOOD> you have got to try that... going to try chicken breast next. i think i am going to beat the breast down with a mallet, then add pepper and a sweet onion and try. let me know if you like it.:sausage:

post #2 of 15

It sure does sound tasty!

Happy smoken.

David

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post #3 of 15
I am going to have to try that. Usually when I do cube steak it turns out dry, tender but always dry.
Thinking the bacon might be the ticket here.
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I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO PUT PICTURES ON HERE, I AM OLD SCHOOL.

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Dannylane, I'm old school at 78, you need to show your wonderful creations. Maybe you can get some one to show you.
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THANKS BROTHER, MAYBE I WILL SEARCH FOR SOMEONE.

post #7 of 15
Those sound great, I do somthing like that. I partially cook the bacon first so the steak just gets done medium.
post #8 of 15
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i have never tried to precook the bacon, but it seems that when the bacon is done, the cube steak is also. i have also tried chicken breast to, i beat it down with a mallet then use the same peppers and onions, try it you will like it.....:drool::439:

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It sure does sound tasty!

Happy smoken.

David

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post #10 of 15
Whenever I grill cube steaks, I drizzle them with honey when I put them on and they carmalize and stay tender and juicy. That's to go along with any seasonings that I use.
post #11 of 15
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sounds good litterbug. i will have to try that someday. i use honey with a taste of tiger sauce, and a tablespoon of jeffs cowboy rub. turns out tasteeeee.

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NO , I'm Oldschool and here's how to post :http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/newsearch?search=posting+pictures&=Search

 

Have fun :ROTF, and  . . .

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thanks for the link. maybe this old school man can learn a new trick.Thumbs Up

post #14 of 15
Just a little side note on cube steak. When I was in high school, 1953, I worked part-time in a meat packing co with retail and wholesale accounts. There were 4 employees who made cube steaks 8 hours a day five days a week . They would run meat thru their machines until they had large pieces, then cut them in sandwich size pieces and package in 10# boxes. Cube steak sandwichs were a big thing in almost every diner.
post #15 of 15

Thanks for an interesting thread.

 

Grilling cube steaks never crossed my mind.

 

Now I have work to do!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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