You just can’t beat smoked steak in the BBQ Smoker, at any and all times of the year. Have a look at our various smoked steak recipes below.
If you have small expensive individual steaks such as ribeye, or thin steaks like flank or hanger steak then the best way to cook them is to grill them for a short time at a high heat.
For larger cuts of beef such as Tomahawk steak, eye of round, chuck roast (especially for pulled beef) smoking your steak in the smoker for a longer time to infuse it with wood and charcoal flavours is always a fantastic option.
If you need inspiration and ideas for smoking steak and beef try this article.
Unlike grilling and searing steak at a high heat, smoking a steak requires you to reverse sear the meat. Instead of searing the meat first you smoke the meat low and slow and then finish it off at a higher heat to make sure you get that all important char and crust on the outside.
For a full recipe and guide try our article ‘How to Reverse Sear a Steak.’
Shaped like a Tomahawk axe, this mighty cut of steak is well worth smoking slow and low.
Or have a look at our ‘Smoked Tomahawk Steak Recipe.’
Tri tip steak (sometimes called trisket) has become one of the more popular meats to smoke. Try out this recipe below.
If you love Mexican style steak tacos you’ll want to check out this recipe.
Try this delicious Chimichurri steak recipe out on your BBQ smoker when you the chance.