All right , guys , It's , uh , Danny from barbecue land .
Uh , today we have got the new uni Kare .
Um , we've done an unboxing video of it , Showed you all the accessories , so go back and check them videos out as well .
Um , I've done an initial burn on this as well , so I've just put the gas burner in , let it burn for around about 30 minutes to burn off any residues on the metal and on the stone , etcetera .
Let it cool down .
And , uh , here we are .
So we're gonna be doing a rib eye steak using the , uh , sizzler pan , and , uh , we're gonna be doing it over some charcoal .
So in this instance , I'm gonna show you how we've set it up for charcoal cooking .
We've got our chimney , uh , installed .
We've got our fire box with a few pieces of charcoal and a fire lighter in there , and all we're gonna do you push that into the back of the oven , take the door out , making sure you can see the rear with the fire lighter in , and then we're gonna top it up with a few more bits of , uh , charcoal and this charcoal is gonna obviously give us a nice base .
You can throw some wood on top for extra flavour , depending on you know what you're cooking and what you would like .
Um , we're also gonna be using a infrared thermometer just to give us a rough idea on temperature on the stone and throughout the oven .
So we're gonna get this lit up .
Well , now , now , that's obviously , uh , lit .
We're gonna leave that for around about 15 to 20 minutes to preheat in the chimney settings .
We've got this little bar here .
We just want to make sure it's facing down or up .
This puts the little flap of metal in the vertical position to allow the air flow through out .
When we put the door on again , that will be a chamber for air coming through the back and up the chimney .
So and then we can preheat it all .
We're gonna be using Angus and Oint , Texas steak .
This is the nuts on beef , Trust me .
So if we're just gonna season that up nicely , get that in there .
Might say I'm just gonna let that soak into the , uh , steak while our oven is up .
to temperature .
We've got a little bit of olive oil , which we will put on , Um , when we come to put the steak into the sizzler pan .
It's been about 15 minutes now , so we're gonna check the temperature roughly with our infrared thermometer .
Right around about 230 degrees at the sort of the front .
About 280 at the back .
So that's where I wanna be .
So first things first , we're going to get the sizzle pan .
We're gonna place it in the oven just like that .
Put the lid on and we're gonna let that preheat for around about 10 minutes to get that cast on saturate with heat .
Let's check the inside .
The stone 2 50 cost on about 300 degrees somewhere like that .
So we're gonna take him out , place the door back on making sure we're keeping that heat in .
We're gonna a little bit of olive oil .
Rub it all over the steak and on the other side , a lovely sear on that .
Now we can lift this back up , get that back into the oven , right .
You see how we're doing ?
We're gonna give it a flip .
That's it .
Look at that beautiful little flip straight back in there door on .
Probably for another minute , and we'll pull it out and rest .
It Been about another minute , so it's time to get this out .
Look at that .
Get him on there .
Lovely crust on that .
So we're going to pull him off , get him onto a cutting board .
I'm gonna let him rest for about 10 minutes .
There we have lovely rib eye steak cooked on the over charcoal with a touch of hickory .
So , guys , I hope you enjoyed the video .
That's how I do a rib eye steak on the sizzler pan in the uni Karo over charcoal with a little bit of hickory wood to give it that extra bit of smoke .
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