A few days back I shared with you a recipe for cooking a turkey on a Traeger smoker. But today, I’ve come up with something more delicious. In this article, I’ll discuss how to grill steaks on a pit boss pellet grill. There are just 6 steps to do it and you will need nothing special to do it.
Just keep your eyes on this article and learn the ideal way to get perfect steaks.
06 Easy Steps to Grilling Steaks on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill
Now I’ll discuss the step-by-step process. But before that learn about the ingredients and recipe facts.
- Servings: 2-4
- Cooking time: 25-30 minutes
- Steaks (Recommended: Bone-in Ribeye 1 ¼ thick)
- Chop House Steak Rub seasoning
Step 1: Bring Steaks to Room Temperature
The very first thing you’ll have to ensure is the steaks are at room temp. To do so, about an hour before grilling, allow the steaks to come to room temperature. It’ll ensure even cooking and enhance the flavor.
Step 2: Apply Generous Amounts of Chop House Steak Rub
Now, sprinkle the Chop House Steak Rub generously on both sides of each steak. Give it enough time for the rub to meld into the meat as it’ll add a rich and savory flavor.
Step 3: Preheat the Pit Boss Grill
Fire up your Pit Boss Grill and set the temperature to 400°F (200°C). Preheating ensures that the steaks cook evenly and achieve the desired level of doneness.
Besides, You may read this article: How to Clean Pit Boss Pellet Grill – 6 Steps to Follow
Step 4: Place Steaks on the Grill
Now when the grill reaches the desired temperature, place the seasoned steaks directly on the grill grates. Now what type of steaks are you desiring? Let’s think it’s a medium-done steak.
For medium-done steak, sear each side for 5-7 minutes. Also, flip the steaks only once. Adjust the cooking time based on your preferred doneness.
Step 5: Remove And Rest
Now, when they reach your desired doneness, remove the steaks from the grill. Cover them with aluminum foil and let them rest for 10 minutes. It’ll allow the juices to redistribute, resulting in a more flavorful and tender steak.
Step 6: Slice and Serve
After the resting period, use tongs to transfer the steaks to a cutting board. I suggest not using a fork or cutting into the meat until you’re ready to serve. Because this can cause the juices to escape, potentially drying out your steak. Slice the steaks to your desired thickness and savor the deliciousness.
That’s it, your steak is done. Now just enjoy it.
Now it’s time to say bye bye but before that, as I’ve talked about steak, I would like to suggest another article I’ve covered before – The proper way to cook tomahawk steak on a pellet grill. If you’re interested give it a read.