Tomahawk Steak with Garlic & Herb Butter
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Tomahawk Steak with Garlic & Herb Butter

on the Grady

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Satisfy your caveman hunger with a juicy Tomahawk Steak dripping with seasoned butter.
Prep time
10 minutes
Cook time
30 mins
Serves
2
Fuel
Lumpwood 5kg Charcoal
Best cooked on
Grady Offset Smoker & BBQ

Ingredients

Tomahawk Steak

1 Tomahawk steak – 6cm thick
1 Tbsp sea salt – ground
2 tsp pepper – ground
2 cloves garlic – crushed
1½ tsp flaked chilli

Garlic & Herb Butter

1 cup butter – softened
1 clove garlic – crushed
½ onion – finely chopped
1 Tbsp fresh parsley – chopped
1 Tbsp prepared horseradish
1 Tbsp dijon mustard
½ tsp salt
½ tsp black pepper
1 Tbsp lemon juice

  • Tomahawk Steaks are usually around 6cm thick. Just ask your butcher.

    Tomahawk Steaks are usually around 6cm thick. Just ask your butcher.

  • Roll up butter in Baking Paper, twist the ends like a lolly wrapper and refrigerate.

    Roll up butter in Baking Paper, twist the ends like a lolly wrapper and refrigerate.

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Season both sides of your tomahawk steak with salt, pepper, garlic and red pepper. Let steaks rest until they reach room temperature.
  2. Mix all Garlic & Herb Butter ingredients in a medium bowl.
  3. Place butter in the middle of some baking paper and roll into a cylinder shape. Then, roll baking paper around it and twist each end like a lolly wrapper. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes.
  4. Create 2 cooking zones on the Grady. Put your hot coals in the offset and get to temperature 250°F (120°C). Add extra cooking grate into offset chamber directly above coals.
  5. When the main chamber is up to temperature, place steak in the main chamber (indirect heat). Close lid and cook for about 25 minutes, or until steak’s internal temperature reaches 105°F (45°C).
  6. Move the steak over to direct heat in the offset chamber. Grill for about 2 minutes per side. Remove from grill, let rest and top with sliced, refrigerated Seasoned Butter.

Enjoy these juicy steaks with seasonal asparagus or corn. Corn can be cooked directly over the hot coals on the offset grill too.

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