Espresso Rub T-Bone Steak

Steak and coffee go great together!

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My Espresso Rub T-Bone Steak

Check out my new Espresso Rub T-Bone Steak recipe below. Sweet, savory and spicy rub on a top notch t-bone steak raise in America from Hippie Cow Beef. This is just a small introduction into how beef should really taste.

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Cooking Details

Yields: 1 Serving
Cook: 10 minutes
Prep: 5 minutes

Equipment: Hippie Cow Beef T-Bone, Cutting board, knife, charcoal and tongs.


Espresso Rub T-Bone Steak Ingredients

T-Bone Ingredients:

- 1 Hippie Cow Beef T-Bone Steak

- 2 sprigs of Rosemary

- 1 tbsp of Butter

- Olive Oil

Espresso Rub Ingredients:

- 1 tbsp of Sea Salt

- ½ tbsp of Ground Espresso

- ½ tbsp of Black Pepper

- ½ tbsp of Sugar

- 2 tsp of Garlic Powder

- 2 tsp of Onion Powder

- 1 tsp of Cumin


1. Build a medium-high heat fire for direct grilling. Add rosemary to coals and let burn 1 minute before cooking.

2. Season steaks with olive oil and Espresso Rub. Add steak to grill for 4 minutes per side. Add butter to top of steak 2 minutes before pulling off.

3. Remove steak from skillet and let rest for 10 minutes.

4. Slice, serve and enjoy! 

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