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*Juicy and delicious reverse seared steak.

This recipe takes a lot of preparation, but it's completely worth it. You can make the most juicy delicious steak you've ever had. This is another Traeger smoker recipe we found, and it is absolutely our favorite way to do steak now.


2 (16 - 20 oz) Rib-eyes2" thick

Traeger prime rib rub (you can use any rub)


1. 24 - hours prior to cooking, put steaks in fridge, uncovered. After 24-hours, rub both sides of the steaks generously with rub. Put back in the fridge for a few hours (or overnight).

2. When ready to cook, start Traeger on smoke (165*), lid open 4 - 5 minutes, or until fire is established.

3. Place steaks on grill and smoke at 165* for an hour. Momentarily remove steaks while you preheat the smoker to 450*

4. Once you reach 450*, put steaks back on the grill to achieve a good sear.

5. flip steaks once during cooking (6 - 8 minutes per side). Use probe to determine internal temperature.

6. Once your steaks reach the desired internal temperature:

Rare: 120* - 130*

Medium rare: 130*-135*

Medium: 135* - 145*

Medium Well: 145*-155*

Well: 155* and up

Remove from grill and let steaks rest 3 - 5 minutes before serving.

My husband and I like our steaks medium-well, but they smelled so good we took them off too soon. I have never enjoyed a medium-rare steak this much in my life. I usually don't like them that red, but the flavor was so good, I didn't care.

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