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Flat iron steak - Qview

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So this Saturday my buddy did a pork butt while we shot bow (didn't get to do my chuckie a due to space so maybe next weekend). There was a little room in the small barrel so I grabbed a flat iron steak on the way out. I rubbed in olive oil and put SPOG on it. We smoked it til it hit about 130 and rested it 10 min. Sliced it up and sweet baby jesus was it good! I suggest giving it a try if you find it cheap. Thanks for looking!



Also a pic of the pork butt pulled. Pretty tasty as well!


Shelton
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I usually grill flat irons, one of my favorite cuts.  Will have to throw some on the smoker.  Thanks for the Q-view!

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Nice , I 'll need to try a reverse sear on one !
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I usually grill flat irons, one of my favorite cuts.  Will have to throw some on the smoker.  Thanks for the Q-view!

Your welcome and thanks for the comment!

 

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Nice , I 'll need to try a reverse sear on one !

Thanks!  Is there a way to reverse sear without loosing all the seasoning?  The two times I have tried it, almost all the seasoning stuck to cast iron grates.  Maybe not enough oil? 

 

Shelton

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Is there a way to reverse sear without loosing all the seasoning?  The two times I have tried it, almost all the seasoning stuck to cast iron grates.  Maybe not enough oil? 

 

Shelton

 

I spray olive oil on the grates before I do a reverse sear.  I usually spray it on when the grates are cold to avoid "Flame ON!"

post #6 of 7
The flat iron looks perfect!! Nice work!!
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I spray olive oil on the grates before I do a reverse sear.  I usually spray it on when the grates are cold to avoid "Flame ON!"

 

Thanks!  I guess I was just not putting enough on!

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The flat iron looks perfect!! Nice work!!

Thank ya!

 

Shelton

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