How To Grill Rib Eye Steaks On A Traeger Smoker Grill

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Josue De LA Garza: Anytime you going to use the sugar-based product when Your grilling you have to be conscious of your temperatures because you're going to scorch the sugar...

derek pearman: I'll tell you a great way to do a steak on a Traeger, do the reverse sear method. Turn the temp to 250 and cook for about 45-50 minutes. Take off the grill, crank the heat to 400+ and sear for about a minute or two per side. After doing this the last few times I made a steak, I might not ever go back to the way I was doing it.

Joshua Fleming: Your title is misleading because you can apparently go horribly wrong! All BS aside, thank you for making the effort to post a video, but do right things right. Do some research and don't assume the way Daddy taught you as a kid is correct. Step one would be cleaning your grill man...

Dodge man: learn to cook before you desecrate the traeger name poor rib eyes

Dirk Peeters: Hier kan Traeger toch niet blij mee zijn ! Wat een verspilling.

Adrian Perez: "If you look down here you can see..the grill is pretty dirty". Nice job but try a good clean of the grill, empty out the ashes and grease, and do another ribeye WITHOUT bbq. Other than that, it's aight.

Terri Newman: I almost cried when I watched this DORK grill those ribeyes. mediumrare don't bother!!

Craig Taylor: My God, you absolutely destroyed those steaks. Somebody please take this guys Man Card back!!!

Chris B: Steak burnt as all get out. Sugary sauce exposed to high heat? That's a basic no-no

redwhitentrue: What a waste of a good piece of meat and a waste of a good grills potential. Sad.

Dan Johnson: Why the freak would you rub and bbq sauce rib eyes? you need to seek council and step away from the grill for at least 2 months

Ken Wassner: Rib Eye Steaks do not need barbeque sauce. Are you kidding!

KING TROLL: That smoke is not coming from the cookers wood pellets. That smoke is burning grease on the drip tray because he never cleans it. That's NOT good. VERY BAD! That steak must have tasted like creosote burned assholes. And he marinated his steaks in a sugar based BBQ sauce. What a dumbass. I would have tossed that steak to the dog. I'm not going to sit on the toilet for 2 days because this moron.

number5ful: I'm thinking of buying a unit from my local costco. I need one took my deer steaks!! :)
any issues with it? does it do a great job for steaks soaked in sauces ect? do I buy this or stick with small portable propane grills? thx

Aaron Mund: I am trying to figure out if a pellet grill is right for me. I am not going to base my decision on this video. One who marinated anything in BBQ sauce? A good rib eye needs salt pepper oil. I cook a good steak like that in a few minutes. I think this would have been better as tri tip in this video. Off to watch others and make up my mind.

Tyler Lilya: I watched this video and saw a lot of things that were inaccurate. The smoke isn't from the wood pellets. At 400 degrees the smoke from wood will be minimal (this decreases as the heat increases). The smoke is coming from the junk that is getting hot from previous cooks, which means the grill needs to be cleaned. The "char" probably looks nice, but it's most likely the sugar in the BBQ sauce burning, which is unhealthy. I have actually read that eating charred foods can be a contributor to cancer. There is no smoke ring on those steaks but you are cooking them too long, unless you're not going for medium rare. You should always let them rest for at least 3-5 minutes before cutting into them so the juices can re-distribute. On a positive note, flipping them with tongs instead of a fork is a good practice. I would highly recommend Green Mountain Grills over Traeger. The features are much better with a better temperature range (150-500). Check them out!

George Zabelle: Never put BBQ sauce on prior to grilling, the sugar in it just burns and becomes bitter. Perhaps that's what Grant refers to as a nice char.

BigMark2.0: If you like your meat extra well done, then good. Otherwise, what a waste of good steaks.

AP: What thermometer are you using? I'd like to get one for my new Traeger, sometimes that digital gauge is unreliable.

Jim Brigham: Mmmmmm........bbq sauce on ribeye steaks along with the added flavor of creosote build up from the grill? Interesting......

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