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BBQ BEEF TENDERLOIN RECIPE – WEBER KETTLE BARBECUE – BBQFOOD4U

Let’S get to it start with the top end of a beef tenderloin roast or any decent cut of beef go ahead, remove any excess silver skin or fat.

Then we’re going to take some butchers twine, tie it up and try and make it nice and round. Next, we’re going to add a little injection of butchers, barbecue prime injection, just for a little extra flavor, just start on one end simply work your way down, give it a little squirt every inch or two after injecting the roast with another layer of flavor. Simply take it place it in a ziplock bag, leave it in the fridge for at least two to four hours.

Just before you get your meat on the grill spice it up with any type of rubs, our spices that you love to taste. For this, all we’re going to do is put on some extra bold black peppercorns and a little bit of kosher salt beefs got a nice coat and a salt and pepper. So let’s go get it on the grill. Barbecue is all up to temp and the wood starting to smoke away. So we just got our meat on cook it. At 225 till it hits an internal temp of 115 degrees and we’ll give it a nice sear on the outside.

After around half an hour, keep a close eye on the temperature and just keep checking it on the end 1:15, in the middle and 113. On the end, once you have an internal temperature, 115 to 120 degrees, simply take the beat, keep an eye on it. Turning it every 30 seconds or so, and another quick little roll smells great again. Another quick roll. If you like, your beef cooked a little bit more than that, simply bring up the internal temperature to 125 degrees and then start searing it after letting it rest for around 5 minutes loose, intented and tinfoil.

Finally, remove the string and slice it up with the string removed, it’s all ready to slice, so, let’s cut into it and see how it looks. Mmm check that out nice juicy just cut some thin slices off here, just like butter going to make up a couple. Sandwiches, hmm looking good beef tenderloin roast it’s easy to do, barbecue food, for you give it a try.


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Stuffing A Burger | Barbecue Tricks

Pretty cool teaser for a article from Thrillist, that’s y’all check out. So what is a pimento? No, it doesn’t they’re. Actually these things are stuff inside of olives.

They’Re, not part of the album. A pimento is really just a cherry pepper. It’S a little sweeter, maybe than a red bell, pepper and you find them and we usually find them jarred, small jars of the diced up tomato and they’re soft. So it’s not like using a fresh chopped red pepper and around where I am I’m in Charleston, South Carolina, pimento cheese is kind of common here, it’s like the caviar of the south.

Actually, I love good pimento cheese with a pretzel, but in this case we’re going to be stuffing it inside a burger here. The recipe for pimento cheese is pretty simple. You got the pimentos and I just use the shredded cheddar you buy in this grocery store, so Mayo a lot of cream cheese and you can make it hot with cayenne. You want to get all the details with spices. I put the recipe on the blog, a brick of cream cheese, and essentially this is about how much it makes and the kind of the trick to stuffing a burger.

Is you get the cheese done? First, I roll it up in parchment paper like you’re. Seeing here make it easier to handle because I’m going to be slicing it into discs, so then you take the cheesy to freeze, it doesn’t have to be rock-hard but pretty hard and then, while it’s chilling and getting cold work with the ground beef and make yourself Simple hamburger, patty, here’s the trick to stuffing first off a basic 80/20 ground.

Beef, take a fistful. The hamburger meat and I found like this mick ultra pan – was just about the right size. A smaller than a 12 ounce can and just make a little divot in your burger, so you’re making hamburger cups and try and work them just the right size. You don’t want too thin, because you don’t want the cheese oozing out and the trick will be we’re going to take the cold cheese and just place it inside these cups of hamburger meat.

You also want to work with the hamburger meat being really cold. The whole time just makes it easier. You want to aim for making a uniform size patty, and at least you know, when you’re cooking these – that the inside is cheese, it’s already cooked, but you want to be warm through. It’S the outside of the meat that that you want to cook to temperature in the case of beef. 160 degrees. 155. If you do it right, you may see a little cheese oozing out here and there, but really that’s okay.

It looks great. The pimento stuffed burger. You can do it with any sort of cheese as well just get the right size to insert inside your burger cup. That’S it stuffed hamburgers with cheese. The one thing I’ve never really tried, and now I’ve got to try. It is dry, aging, steaks and meat. You got to see this new article from my friends over at Thrillist, where dave takes a deep dive along with New York City steak houses on how they dry-aged their meat.

Take a look now it’s at Thrillist and go ahead and subscribe to the youtube article, and if you want my free cookbook, there’s a link to it. In the description of this article here, we’ll just head on over to http://www.Skinnygainmuscle.Com, you


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