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Basher

Wagyu Striploin

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Tonight I’ll cook this beautiful Wagyu striploin with a few mates over to watch the RWC grand final.

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First stage is seasoning what will become the outside edge of the steak with a dry rub of salt, chillie powder, cumin, pepper, paprika.

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Mostly across the fat side.

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The plan is to take MACS advice and freeze for 40 mins, the sear/ render the fat side first, and a little on the meat side. Then slice into steaks, salt only steak faces, then quick grill the steaks.

Feeding a dozen blokes.

I’ll post results later.

 

 

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Mac I’ll save these for another day and 100% your method.
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That’s marble score 9!!


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Also going to put together another agrodolce baked fruit together for half time desert.
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No honey this time. Apple cider vinegar and my home made burnt fig salted caramel.
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Correct Mac and BRUCE. It was all about the food.

Ended up feeding 13 plus 6 kids.

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Rendered fat.

Then sliced into steaks.

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Then seared down on the lowest KK rack.

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Great looking steaks @Basher How was the fat after searing?  Did it "melt" into the meat or was it still discernible and distinct from the meat?

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Welcome back tekobo.
That meat was delish. Tender, flavourful, melted together.
Spices in the rub were subtle, light smoke came through.
Your new cooking set up must be ready by now?


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1 hour ago, Basher said:

Welcome back tekobo.
That meat was delish. Tender, flavourful, melted together.
Spices in the rub were subtle, light smoke came through.
Your new cooking set up must be ready by now?

Thanks! I can just imagine how tasty that was.  Looking at the cross section on your last picture it looked a beautiful texture.  

It would be wonderful to have a new cooking set up.  Instead we have a garden that looks like wasteland (the kitties run round shouting at the missing vegetation) and a promise that the work will start...this week?

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That sounds like my back yard Tekobo.

Met with the builder yesterday. Looking like xmas will come and go before I'm ready.

I'll race you to finish!

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Always remember this sage advice when dealing with a building/landscaping contractor - How can you tell if they are lying to you? Their lips are moving! :laughing6:

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