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Grilled Porterhouse Steak

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Grilling Steaks is very easy and it is shown in the video below. Chef Mike's favorite cut of beef is the Porterhouse Steak. There is the N.Y. Strip on one side and the Filet on the other. A Porterhouse Steak is similar to a T-Bone steak, but the Filet side is much larger.
  Porterhouse steak 1
  Idaho baking potatoes 2 Large
  Sea salt To Taste
  Creole seasoning To Taste
  Garlic powder To Taste

Drain your Hickory Chips and sprinkle across the coals. Away from the fire, spray your grill with cooking spray to prevent sticking. Place the steak in the middle of the grill. Sear on each side about 1 min each. Place the grill cover on.

For a medium steak, turn after 10-12 minutes. Cover and cook another 10-12 minutes.

Check the meat temperature with the meat thermomator. The temperature depends on your desired doneness. We like medium (which is just a alittle pink) - 155° F.

Carefully remove with grilling tongs and place on a platter. Add a pat of butter and let sit a couple minutes before serving so the butter will melt and the juices fully distribute.

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Main Dish
Preparation Time: 
20 Minutes
Cook Time: 
25 Minutes
Ready In: 
45 Minutes
Delve into the unusual Porterhouse steak brought to you by cajun speacilist chef Beryl Stokes. The tantalizing aroma of steak combined with potatoes and seasoning would just capture your senses . Try this different recipe and get grilled to it forever.

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Anonymous's picture
steaks look over cooked stupid video