Tomahawk Ribeye Steak | Grilled Tomahawk Ribeye on the PK Grill

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Prime Tomahawk Ribeye Steak Recipe on the PK Grill

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Whether you call it a Caveman, Cowboy, or Tomahawk; this ribeye steak is the King. Weighing in at well over 3lbs, it’s one “Hoss” of a steak.

If you’re going to shell out the money for a prime cut like this you want to be sure to know how to cook it right.

For this recipe I fire up my PK 360 (check out this grill here: https://www.pkgrills.com/the-new-pk360-grill-smoker/?afmc=1s ) set up for a 2 zone fire – hot side and cool side; I also add a set of GrillGrates (check them out here: https://www.grillgrate.com/?aff=13 ) for even cooking temps and perfect grill marks.

Season the steak with a good dose of Salt, Black Pepper, and Garlic; I use my AP Rub but you can use your favorite seasonings. Let it hang out at room temperature for a half hour so the seasonings can start working into the meat.

After 30 minutes apply a light coat of coarse Steak Rub and sear it on the hot side of the grill about 5 minutes each side. Be sure to give it a twist half way through each side so the steak develops grill marks.

Carefully take the tomahawk off the grill (use a good set of grill gloves) and place it on a raised rack over the cool side of the grill. At this point you want to monitor the internal temperature. Insert a probe thermometer (I used my Thermoworks Chef Alarm
– check it out here: https://www.thermoworks.com/ChefAlarm?tw=KILLERHOGS ) into the center of the steak set for 125⁰ or your desired doneness.

Place a shallow aluminum pan under the steak and add a stick of butter, fresh sprigs of rosemary and thyme, and ¼ cup olive oil. As the steak cooks, baste it every few minutes with the butter mixture.

Once it hits desired internal temperature…I like it medium rare…remove it from the grill and rest for at least 10 minutes.

A steak like this is great served right on the cutting board. Cut the bone off and simply slice it into desired pieces against the grain. And don’t forget to gnaw on that bone…That’s where the best flavor is!!

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19 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve never seen that technique of melting the butter and garlic underneath. Cool way to add something new to grilling meat.

  2. That's not a steak that's a roast. My butcher told me years ago. Steak is under 1". Same cut of meat over that is a roast.

  3. That was way to undercooked. Should have left it to 150 then let it rest for 20. It would still be very juicy but not chewy and giggly like what you had. Disgusting.

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