Air Fry T Bone




Introduction: Air Fry T Bone

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I love this Air fryer .

best idea ever .

Step 1: Rest

remove the steak from the fridge let set on counter for 30 minutes to warm up .

During this time I add my Dry Rub .

1/4 cup coffee ( Dark Roast)

2 table spoons brown sugar

Step 2: Preheat

preheat airfryer to 400 (F*) for 5 minutes .

I am using a pie tin for my pan to cook the steak in . it fits perfectly .

With temp set to 400(F*) cook on first side for 4 minutes.

about 2 minutes into it i added a Pat of butter for fun .

flip it .

add one pat butter .

Cook for 3 minutes.

Step 3: Rest

after the time is up (7 minutes)

place on plate or grill to let cool for 4 minutes. this lets the juices flow thru out it .

Step 4: Yummy Goodness for Your Mouth ..

yeah its is pretty good , I like mine rare or just at medium rare . If you are going to ruin it by cooking it more then add the time at your own risk. or just go chew on a piece of leather boot .

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    4 years ago

    That just made my mouth water.


    Reply 4 years ago

    I was surprised with the flavour . the coffee was not over powering .(As I would have thought . )


    4 years ago

    I once did some electrical repairs on the building that contained Plaza II, an expensive restaurant on the Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. (There is a confusion regarding the names. The "Plaza" is a shopping/drinking/eating area of Kansas City. "Plaza II" is a name of a restaurant located in the Plaza.) I had an opportunity to speak to the cooks while they were on their break.

    Everything is al la carte. The porterhouse steak (by itself) is $52 USD (about 12 years ago). They marinate it is a solution for a long time, and the secret ingredient is salt and more salt.

    I'm reporting this here because that ingredient isn't mentioned above. I don't know about this coffee stuff.


    Reply 4 years ago

    I dont eat salt often , I just prefer not too, at times i will *Dash* a bit of salt on something , but very rarely . with this cook itself there is no salt . just the coffee and it made a reasonable hard shell for the crust . I might try to ad a pinch of salt next time to see how it goes .