Apple Corer or Metal Spoon
3 lbs Gala Apples
Pit Boss Chop House Steak Rub
1 tbsp Pit Boss Tennessee Apple Butter Rub
4 cups Water
Treat yourself like a boss with this tender, juicy tomahawk steak slathered in a homemade smoked apple butter. The apples are smoked low and slow, then pureed for the perfect amount of tangy, sweet and smoky. Spread it all over a perfectly seared cowboy-style ribeye for a meal made in steak-lovers’ heaven.
A great way to infuse flavor and seasonings deep into a thick steak is to dry brine it in the refrigerator overnight. Read our guide for all of the details on how to dry brine steak.
Replace the apple butter for regular butter and skip ahead to step 6. You’ll have a deliciously reverse-seared Tomahawk Steak in about an hour.
Note: It is recommended to use Classic Blend Hardwood Pellets with this recipe.
It is recommended to use a cast iron pot or Dutch oven for this recipe. Check out our line of Cast Iron Cookware for sale.
Save some cash and opt for a regular bone-in ribeye. It’s the exact same cut, minus the big bone handle.