Having trouble with grilling? Look at your timing.

Up until a couple months ago, I always had a bit of trouble with having consistently grilled steak, chicken or whatever else. Come to find out, if you want to have consistently cooked items when you grill. Start tracking the time you cook your items. Yes this may take some trial and error, but after a couple trys and you start to get your time down, you’ll start to see a difference.

An example would be a 1″ thick steak. Whether it’s a filet, t-bone, NY strip, it boils down to the thickness of it. Set your grill to 400 degrees, Fahrenheit. Once your grill is up to temp, put your steak on for six minutes. It may sound like a long time, but it’s not. Once the six minutes is up flip the steak and cook for another five minutes. Even if the cooked side looks a little too done, it’s not.

After the five minutes is up, pull the steak and let it set for 5-10 minutes. Then you’ll have steak that’s at a perfect medium doneness.

Posted on 02-26-2018 by Zach