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Big Bad Beef Rub as a Steak Finishing Touch

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    Big Bad Beef Rub as a Steak Finishing Touch


    Big Bad Beef Rub (BBBR) will incinerate at the temps we like to sear steaks at. But I experimented with it as a finish tonight, and I was quite pleased.

    After flipping the steaks (on a super-hot griddle), I generously sprinkled the top with BBBR. Since the oils were still very hot, it turned dark without burning. Then I flipped again and generously sprinkled BBBR on the other side. As quickly as I could, I flipped again and quickly removed them all to the cutting board.

    I really enjoyed the color, sheen, and flavor. You can NOT let it burn, but I found this rub and technique to be a really nice change of pace to my normal way of doing things.

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    Last edited by Charley Langer; June 4, 2020, 12:08 AM.

    #2
    I made some for a guy and he started putting it on his toast and popcorn.

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    • Charley Langer
      Charley Langer commented
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      That’s funny!! 😂

    #3
    Try Carne Crosta. It's made for high heat searing.

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    • Spinaker
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      Love that stuff.

    • ofelles
      ofelles commented
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      2nd that!

    #4
    Looks like you got some awesome crust on that bad boy! Nice work!

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      #5
      Amen, love it as a steak rub. It works ok too searing on cast iron vs open flame.

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      • Charley Langer
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        Well... I’m actually skilled enough to burn it on a hot cast iron pan. 😂 It was really embarrassing because I was cooking for another family, and that’s when I learned to treat it with care at high temps. But when you flip a steak and sprinkle that on the hot oils— OMG! Those hot oils extract the flavor and turn dark brown. Yum!

      #6
      I love BBBR and thought it helps with the caramelization. I'll have to try your method next time I grill a steak. Thanks.

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