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Discussion in 'Beef' started by jshank, Aug 26, 2016.
Doing a 3lb flat on my electric tomorrow. Any advice other than do it on charcoal? Lol
Go low and slow...200°F. When the IT gets to 195, probe test for tenderness. The probe should slide in, no resistance. This may be at 195, might not be until 205+...But...Go by tenderness not time or temp...JJ
I always smoke flats in a pan sitting in their own juices. Sometimes I add some beef broth.
Keeps them moist. IMHO.