I felt in love with the passion of Backyard BBQing a few years back. I decided to create this blog to share my favorite BBQ recipes and tips. I also decided to do some BBQ product testing and reviews on this blog since there's not a lot of reviews out there for BBQ products. I also created this to provide a nice resource of info to fellow Backyard BBQers. Sorry for the grammar French is my native language!
Sunday, 9 September 2012
Caveman Steaks on the BBQ!
Let's do some BBQ like the good old
ancient time. Cave Man cooking on
the BBQ is advance BBQ cooking technique but don't let that fear you. I never
tried this before and today was first time doing it.
What you need is a
good quality lumpcharcoal and "do not use Briquette charcoal"!! Also
never use any lighting fluid to light your lump! Use a chimney, Looftlighter,
torch or electric lighter to light it.
The flavour and
taste you get out cooking steaks this method is quite amazing and you can't
replicate it smoke flavor it gives to your steaks! Well let's get our caveman
Here's a couple of video's on caveman steak cooking that I
found on YouTube that inspired me on trying this and also all my friends over
the Winter Grilling Group on Facebook inspired me and intrigue me in trying
Caveman cooking on the BBQ!
Uploaded by MPTnational and made by Steven Raichlen
Source: Youtube Uploaded by dingo8yobaby
quality steaks 1 to 1.5 inches thick
Salt good quality
1. Light your
Charcoal BBQ (use a good quality lump charcoal) and get the coals red hot!;
2. Season your
steaks on both side with a generous amount of Kosher salt and pepper. Insure
that you are using good quality Kosher Salt;
3. Now that your
lump charcoal is glowing red you are now ready to get cooking!;
4. Take a plate and
fan loose ashes from the lump charcoal;
5. Now place your
steaks on the hot coals and cook for 2 to 3 minutes before flipping them or
cook to taste;
6. Now flip the
steaks but tap them first to remove ashes from it and cook for another 2-3
minutes or cook to taste;
7. When removing
steaks from the grill lightly tap them to remove the loose ashes;