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BGE – Mesquite & Cow Lick Seasoned T-Bone Steaks

BGE – Mesquite & Cow Lick Seasoned T-Bone Steaks

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These Big Gree Egg Mesquite & Cow Lick Seasoned T-Bone Steaks are fairly quick and super easy to make. The key is getting a good 3/4-1″ thick steak and simply rotating and flipping every 1-2 minutes four times.


  • Nice thick cut of T-Bone Steak (Preferred 3/4 – 1″ thick)
  • Mesquite by McCormick
  • Cow Lick by Dizzy Pig
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

How to Season the T-Bone Steaks With Mesquite & Cow Lick

Bge – T-Bone Steaks Preparation
Bge – T-Bone Steaks Olive Oil

Put a quarter size drop of extra virgin olive oil on the steaks and rub it in creating a thin coat across the top of the steak.

Bge – T-Bone Steaks Mesquite Seasoning

Sprinkle a decent amount of Mesquite on the steaks and lightly press / rub it in.

Bge – T-Bone Steaks Cow Lick Seasoning

Sprinkle a decent amount of Cow Lick from Dizzy Pig and rub it in. Flip the steaks and repeat on the other side.

How to Setup the BGE for the T-Bone Steaks

Fire the Big Green Egg up and let it roar with the vents fully open. These are best cooked around 600-650 degrees (unless you are reverse searing them). Place the steaks on the grill and close the lid for 90 seconds.

Open the lid, rotate the steaks a quarter turn to get a nice diamond charbroil and close the lid for another 90 seconds.

Open the lid and flip the steaks, close the lid for another 90 seconds. Open the lid and rotate the steaks another quarter turn. This time, after closing the lid close both the bottom and the top vents to really get a good smoke going inside the egg.

Wait two minutes and check the internal temp with a thermal pen. Once the steaks hit 145 degrees proceed with pulling them right away for a delicious medium done steak.

T-Bone Steaks Plated
BGE – T-Bone Steaks and Vegetables

The steaks will continue to cook on the plate. Let them rest for about 2 minutes in which you should have a perfectly cooked juicy steak with a medium “doneness”.

Bge – T-Bone Steaks Perfectly Cooked
BGE – T-Bone Steaks

Optional Sauté Toppings

  • 1/2 lb sliced mushrooms
  • 1 medium onion (sliced)
  • 2 Tablespoons – Butter
  • 1 Tablespoon – Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 Teaspoon – Worcestershire Sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons – Favorite Red Wine

Combine all ingredients and simmer on high until done.

This BGE – T-Bone Steak is also awesome with this Baked Bean Recipe.


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