Who doesn’t love a nice T-Bone steak?!
What you need:
– T-Bone Steak
– Cooking Oil (I used spray coconut oil on these bad boys)
– Favorite spice(s)
I like to season and marinade my food at least 1 hour prior to cooking. The longer the seasoning is on, the more flavor the meat will absorb.
Coat all sides of your steak with oil. Usually, I go with grapeseed oil or avocado oil, with these, I used the spray coconut oil to get a nice thin layer of oil rather than it being overly oily.
Once coated in oil, season with salt on both sides.
Add your favorite seasoning on top of the salt – I used a couple different spices here from Spiceology, which I’ll link below.
Let rest and get to room temp before throwing on the smoker!
Set the smoker to 225, it should take about an hour to cook at this temp depending on the desired cook of your steak. I like my steak more medium rare, so this cooked about 45 minutes to my liking.
Once at your desired internal temp/cook pull your steak off and let rest for about 10 minutes before cutting into.
Pair with your favorite veggie!
– Spiceology Sasquatch BBQ Moss This seasoning is fantastic – nice rounded herb rub with a hint of spice. Add a little butter and you’ve got yourself a great dipping sauce as well.
– Spiceology Derek Wolf Gaucho Steakhouse This seasoning elevates above your typical steak seasoning. Full of dried veggies it gives a nice little crunch and added flavors you wouldn’t normally put on a steak. Highly recommend!
– Spiceology Maui Wowee the perfect blend of tropical goodness! Maui Wowee has a hint of pineapple mixed with teriyaki flavor making this sweet with a bit of a kick. Amazing on Shimp and will turn your Surf n Turf to the next level.