So after perusing the offerings at The East Gloucester Stop and Shop Meat Department, the deals were a little thin outside of the petite sirloin for $3.87LB. Normally I’ll only buy a Ribeye or a Porterhouse but these petite sirloins had decent enough marbling (sirloins aren’t known to have the luxurious marbling that a Ribeye has), and they were cut about an inch and a half thick.
So the plan was to smoke them on the Kettle around 225 degrees til they hit 130 internal and then take the lid off and sear the smoked sirloins over the coals to finish.
I took the sirloins out of the package, coated them with EVOO and then gave a coating of coarse salt, black pepper and Montreal Steak Seasoning and let them sit out to come up to room temperature while I prepped the kettle.
The Weber Kettle was set up using the snake method of charcoal arrangement and I dumped about 8 semi lit coals on the left hand end of the trail of charcoal looking to build the temps to 225. Used one chunk of mesquite and a handful of cherry wood for smoke.
Once the probe read 130 internal temp, I took off the lid and placed two steaks at a time over the glowing orange coals for about 2 minutes on each side to sear them.
I was skeptical as to how they would turn out with such little fat compared to a Ribeye but they were fantastic. Excellent flavor, cooked perfectly!
And if you’re asking about the veggies on the plate, well uhmmm, There are none!
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I have only done reverse sear once and that was on some lamb loin chops. It worked great but I should have gone to about 125 not 115. You can check it out if ya like. https://tonymeetsmeat.wordpress.com/2015/11/16/lamb-loin-chops/