Here’s how to reverse sear steak – a Wagyu steak, no less! Wagyu beef is awesome, there’s no doubt about that! Reverse searing a Wagyu steak will increase the awesomeness factor by 100% – guaranteed to impress your family, friends and coworkers.
This recipe is simple, yet surprisingly effective for a perfect medium-rare beef steak.
What you will need:
- Wagyu beef steak
- Salt flakes or coarse salt
- A sharp knife
How To Reverse Sear Steak (Wagyu T-Bone)
Get your smoker up to temp at 225℉, and add some smoke wood to preference. Carve the fat cap, sprinkle with salt flakes and smoke the steak until it reaches 118℉ internal temp.
Preheat your griddle/cast iron pan. Begin the searing by rendering off the fat cap. Then sear the steak until the outside is crisp and internal temperature reaches 130℉.
Let the steak rest for 5-10 minutes. Remove the bone and slice before serving.
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