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Pit Boss Steaks

If you’re looking for a delicious and easy way to make steak at home, then look no further than this Pit Boss steaks recipe! This is the perfect meal for any occasion, whether it be a backyard cookout or a family dinner. Not only is it simple to prepare, but the juicy, flavorful steaks will leave your guests wanting more. With the right ingredients and techniques, these steaks will turn out tender and succulent every time.

Pit Boss Steaks

How to cook steak on a Pit Boss pellet grill?

Cooking a delicious steak on a Pit Boss pellet grill is easy and convenient! The first step is to turn on the grill and set the temperature to the desired level. I like to set mine at 400F.

Once the temperature has been set, place the steak onto the grill using tongs. After approximately 6-8 minutes, flip the steak over to ensure even cooking.

Depending on the desired doneness of the steak, cook for an additional two to four minutes for each side. Once the steak is done cooking, remove it from the grill and let it rest for five minutes before serving. This ensures that all of the juices are kept in the steak, making it extra tender and flavorful. 

Spices that go well with steak

When it comes to steak, seasoning is key to adding flavor and elevating the dish. While a simple sprinkling of salt and pepper might be enough for some, there are many spices that can add extra complexity and taste to your steak.

Popular seasonings include garlic, onion, paprika, oregano, thyme, rosemary, and chili powder. Garlic and onion will give your steak a savory kick, while paprika and oregano will add a smoky flavor. Thyme and rosemary will contribute an earthy aroma while chili powder will bring a bit of heat.

For the best results, combine the spices into a dry rub before applying it evenly to both sides of the steak. Allow the steak to marinate for at least 30 minutes before cooking for maximum flavor.

Pit Boss Ribeye


Marinating steaks is a great way to add flavor and tenderness to your favorite cut of beef. Marinating is a simple process that requires only a few basic ingredients, and it can make all the difference in the taste of your steak.

Before deciding whether or not you should marinate your steak, it’s important to understand what marinating does and what ingredients you need. Marinating involves soaking the steak in a mixture of oil, acid, and seasonings. The acid in the marinade breaks down tough fibers in the meat, making it more tender and flavorful. The oil helps to keep the steak moist during cooking, while the seasonings add a unique flavor.

When selecting ingredients for your marinade, it’s best to use something acidic like vinegar, lemon juice, or wine. You can also add herbs, spices, garlic, and onions to create a unique flavor profile.

Once you have all the ingredients ready, place the steak in a shallow dish and pour the marinade. Make sure you cover the steak completely with the marinade. Allow the steak to marinate for at least two hours before cooking. This will give it time to soak up all the flavors of the marinade.

Ideal temperature to cook steaks on a pellet grill

To get the juiciest and most flavorful steak from your pellet grill, heat it around 400F. This will give you the perfect medium steak when cooking for 6-8 minutes per side. If you prefer your steak cooked medium well or well done, increase the time until you reach your preferred doneness.

Always use a meat thermometer to ensure your steak is cooked to the desired doneness. Remember to always let your steaks rest after cooking them to let their juices settle before serving. 

Reverse sear technique

This simple yet effective method of grilling involves searing the steak at a lower temperature first before finishing it off with a high heat sear. To start, preheat your grill to a low temperature, then place the steak directly on the grill grates. Cook until the steak reaches an internal temperature of 110°F, then remove it from the grill and let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes.

Once rested, increase the heat of your grill to high and place the steak back on the grill for 1 to 2 minutes per side to achieve a crispy crust. The reverse sear technique is a great way to get juicy, tender steak with a delicious char every time.

Steak On Pit Boss

What to serve with steak?

When it comes to steak, there are so many delicious side dishes to choose from. Whether you’re looking for something light and healthy or a more indulgent option, there is something for everyone. To help you decide what to serve with your steak, here are some great ideas.

As a classic option, mashed potatoes are always a great choice – they’re easy to make, creamy, and delicious. To add some extra flavor, try adding garlic or herbs like parsley or rosemary. Another great choice is a simple side salad with a vinaigrette dressing.

For something a bit heartier, roasted vegetables are a great accompaniment to steak – try roasting some root vegetables like carrots or parsnips, or vegetables like asparagus or broccoli. If you’re looking for a cheesy option, mac and cheese is always a crowd pleaser. To take it up a notch, try adding bacon for an extra depth of flavor. For a more exotic option, couscous with chickpeas, cranberries and nuts is great for adding an exciting flavor profile to the dish. Finally, if you’re looking for something light and refreshing, grilled fruit is the perfect way to end your meal – try peaches, plums or pineapple for a unique twist. With so many options available, you’re sure to find the perfect side dish for your steak!

Pit Boss Steaks

Try this mouth-watering Pit Boss Steaks recipe for your next barbecue! Enjoy an unforgettable steak dinner with just a few simple steps and ingredients.

Course Main Course
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 14 minutes


  • 2 pieces Ribeye Steak


  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Ground Black Pepper


  1. In a small bowl combine rub ingredients.

  2. Generously cover steaks with the spice rub mixture.

  3. Preheat pellet grill to 400F.

  4. Place steak on the grill and sear for 7 minutes on each side for medium done steak. Add a few minutes if you prefer medium well to well done.

  5. Once searing is complete. Wrap steaks in a foil and let it rest for 15 minutes.

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