Grilled Tri Tip with Cajun Butter

Grilled Tri Tip with Cajun Butter

There’s nothing better than a juicy, tender steak. This delicious, Grilled Tri Tip with Cajun Butter will be an instant favorite. If you’re craving beef with some classic Cajun spices, then this recipe will not disappoint. Easy to prepare and cook, use the reverse sear method to lock in the natural juices of the meat.
Bacon Wrapped Steaks

Bacon Wrapped Steaks

Sirloin Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Sirloin Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Infuse smoky and spicy notes into a delicious and tender sirloin with a crunchy crust. This reverse sear sirloin steak recipe is topped with a tangy Chimichurri sauce and allows you to get a crispy char without sacrificing internal temperature.

Pan Seared Ribeye Steak

Pan Seared Ribeye Steak

This Pan Seared Ribeye Steak is a sizzling new way to cook your favorite cut of beef. Instead of cooking directly on the grill grates, the ribeye steak is basted in a Pit Boss Chop House Rub and herb-infused compound butter. The butter and flat surface of the cast iron create a crispy outer sear with mouthwatering juiciness from butter basting. Treat yourself and serve with a generous pat of compound butter on top.  

Reverse Seared Bacon Wrapped Steaks

Reverse Seared Bacon Wrapped Steaks

Have you ever had bacon wrapped steaks at your local steakhouse and wonder how they get such a nice sear on such a thick cut of ribeye without it being raw inside? This recipe uses the reverse sear method which is what steakhouses all over the country use to deliver thicker steaks cooked to internal temperature with a crunchy and flavorful seared crust. Served with baby potatoes and asparagus, this meal is also gluten free!
Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib Roast

Looking for the best way to cook a prime rib roast? This grilled prime rib roast recipe unleashes the natural flavors of prime beef rib along with savory, smoky hardwood aromas only found from a Pit Boss Grill. The dish makes the perfect main event for an important holiday dinner. Wow your special guests and fill their bellies.

Reverse Seared NY Steak

Reverse Seared NY Steak

To sear or reverse sear? When it comes to steak, that is the question. Although if you have a thicker cut of beef, there really is no doubt as to which method to choose if you want your steak to be a desired internal temperature while still having a flavorful charred (but not burnt) exterior. This reverse seared steak recipe uses a thick 11/12” to 2” NY strip cut. Enjoy a crispy, flavored char on the outside at whatever level of doneness you desire on the inside.
Reverse Seared T-Bone Steak

Reverse Seared T-Bone Steak

The reverse sear has recently gained popularity over the regular sear and for good reason. It’s just a great way to cook a thick cut of steak to the perfect internal temperature while still getting that beautiful and flavorful sear crust. This reverse seared steak recipe calls for a T Bone cut and direct, flame broiled heat.

Grilled Tomahawk Steak

Grilled Tomahawk Steak

Sometimes, it’s good to be king or to at least treat yourself like one. Spoil yourself tonight with a bone-in grilled tomahawk steak seasoned with our Chophouse steak seasoning and topped with rosemary garlic butter sauce. The Tomahawk is one of the most popular and visually appealing steak cuts in the industry. So, if you have a guest, this recipe will surely impress as well.

Grilled Steak Recipe

Grilled Steak Recipe

If you’re just looking for a quick and easy grilled steak recipe to throw on your Pit Boss then look no further. Follow the instructions for a perfectly cooked ribeye steak, seasoned with our own Chop House Steak Rub .
Rib-Eye Steaks with Herb Butter

Rib-Eye Steaks with Herb Butter

This grilled ribeye steak recipe takes full advantage of the Pit Boss Grill which calls for smoking and then searing.