Steak Grilled Over An Open Fire
There is nothing like steak grilled over an open fire. This simple rub in this steak recipe highlights the flavors from a real wood fire.
Cooking steaks over an open fire is an art form. A few things to keep in mind:
– Use hardwood like oak, hickory, or mesquite to build your fire
– It’s better to cook the steaks over white-hot coals then over flames
– A good rule of thumb is to place your cooking grate two to six inches above the coals
The rub can be scaled to suit however many steaks you’re making. The key is to keep the portions consistent. You can learn more about cooking over an open fire in our article How to Grill Steak Over an Open Fire.
Steak Grilled Over an Open FirePrint Pin Recipe
- 2 lb two thick cut rib eye steaks
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp pepper
- 1/2 tbsp garlic powder
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- Trim the steaks of any loose fat and let them come to room temperature before grilling.
- Mix the salt, pepper and garlic powder in a small bowl. Rub the steaks down on both sides with Worcestershire sauce. The idea is to use enough Worcestershire sauce to lightly cover the steaks, but not too much that you drown them.
- After you've rubbed them down with the Worcestershire sauce, sprinkle the rub over the steak, rubbing it into each side. If you're feeling frisky, rub it around the sides too.
- The steaks should be grilled to an internal temperature of 140 degrees for medium rare. When the steaks reach this point take them off and let them rest under foil for five minutes. Slice the steaks into strips to serve.
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