How to Grill the Perfect Steak – Easy Tips for a Juicy Tender Steak

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In this video we're sharing a few of our all time best pointers for barbecuing steak. Our include: what to look for when buying a steak, how to season it properly and how to know when it's done.

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Kent Rollins.
Cowboy , Cast Iron, Outdoor , Grilling, Dutch Oven Cooking.

How to Grill the – Easy Tips for a Juicy Tender Steak

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    1. Yeah I just looked up “how to cook steak” and when I seen this guy I knew he had the sauce💯

  1. Kent, You never fail to get me to laugh. I have been living out of cans ever since my wife passed but you have convinced me that I might be able to have a good steak for a change. Wish me luck, I’m off to market. Thanks for the good times.

    1. Cans will kill you sooner than later. Remember all of the internet has cooking info, not just for steak

    2. True that. About to oven roast a whole chicken. Sooo good it will make your tung slap your brains out.

    3. @Alaric Visigoth That is one of the best I have ever heard. I will use it to compliment some good cookin’ whenever I git’ to heeheehee. Really great saying.

    4. We can only grieve for so long, but eventually, life is for the living. Once you’ve suffered enough, fix a good steak and God bless you.

  2. Kent, I’ve been a vegetarian for almost 10 years. Tonight I’ll be eating my first steak as an adult and I’m honored to have you show me how.

    1. @soul reed Either that or his stomach shut down and he’s still trying to figure out what to do.

    2. @Robert Martinez It definitely takes discipline to be Vegetarian, I can’t imagine what VEGANS feel like.

    3. @fuddyruckers3 They’re considered livestock in Korea and some other Asian countries.

    4. @Prone Rider 562 I’m pretty sure they don’t feel like they’re at the top of the food chain.😉

  3. Hey there Kent, really learning a lot from your videos. Followed your instructions to the letter and grilled 2 new york steaks (couldn’t quite afford that ribeye). They came out juicy, perfect medium rare. My wife was delighted. And you know what they say: happy wife, happy life. Thank you Sir!

  4. “The biggest mistake you can make while flipping is flipping where the Beagle can get to it “❤️you stole my heart Sir. Thanks for the tips

  5. Love this!!!! Vital information and explained with genuine interest! Thank you so much for sharing ❤️

  6. I really enjoyed this video. This evening I cooked six of the most amazing Ribeye steaks ever!! I didn’t have your seasoning (will be ordering) so I went with lemon oil, kosher salt and ground pepper. Your cooking instructions and side comments opened up a new world of steaks for me. Thank you so much. 👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻🥩❤️🇺🇸

  7. Thank you, I’ve been grilling since the winter at least once or twice a week. And I’ve been watching video since then too. This is the perfect video for me to learn. Now I can go out there and grill my steak right! Again, thank you. And yes oh, I sure do wish I were there to to have had a piece of that steak.

  8. Grilled my first steak on an open fire using his tips from another video and got one a perfect medium rare and the other more a medium due to my inexperience. Both seasoned with Red River Ranch Original. Some of the best steak I have had in my life.

  9. I’ve been grillin for a month or two, and just cooked steaks for Sunday football for my friends and I have to say, your videos have helped so much! If I need a new recipe, you’re the first page I go to. Love it Ken, keep it up🙌🏼

  10. Kent, thank you for your videos! I’m a huge fan and I’m trying to change my approach to cooking! Thank you for the insight and advice. Its already helped a ton.

  11. Kent, you and my Dad makes it so easy to cook a good looking and tasting steak. I like the method you use to determine how its cooked. Thanks I have learned a lot.

  12. Appreciate the pearls you are giving out Ken👍
    Just cooked a Prime Rib tonight with your butter rub from your vid for my nieces birthday and it came out absolutely fantastic!!
    Keep up the great work and thank you for sharing all the things you have learned over the years cooking, it is greatly appreciated!!

  13. Great video! Even though I have been grilling steak for 50 years, I still like to learn from others. The lime juice is my next technique I will try. Thanks for the plain folk approach. Keep it up!

  14. I actually never knew the concept of a steak being marble until I watched this video. Very informative. I needed that and enjoyed the lesson. Thank you Mr. Kent, now I know what I’m looking for when I buy a steak.

  15. Getting ready to grill in about 45 mins!! Thanks for the refresher!! Looks amazing! 👍🏼🇺🇸✝️

  16. I’ve known for many years that lime is used as a tenderizing agent for cooking meat in Mexican and Cuban cuisines. But it never occurred to me to use it for my grilled ribeyes and strips. Thanks for the tip, definitely gonna try this.

  17. Hey Kent-Loved the kindness to the doggies!!! I’ve never feared grilling a steak, but definitely picked up a few good pointers especially about marbling & the lime juice. I’ll have to try that. Thanks

  18. I absolutely love how you used the “fist reference” to how done it is. Your videos while I’ve had a few different things I’ve known I’ve learned. Especially with beef… kinda the harder meat to learn depending on grade of meat and also temp of the grill. I sorta learned the hard way. But your videos taught me a lot more than I knew before.

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