All right guys , I saw somebody else do this .
So I'm gonna go ahead and try it .
Uh A lot of people are probably gonna get mad saying that it's a waste of the meat because this is actually gonna be a one , one at stake .
It's a rib eye .
And what I did was I took some of the slap your mama's seasoning .
It's Cajun seasoning .
So I like my meat spicy as pepper , salt red pepper , all that stuff that you would want in it .
All right , like that .
Go ahead .
Did some liquid smoke .
A couple drops .
That's the liquid smoke .
Like I said , I saw somebody else do it .
So I wanted to try it and see how it actually tastes .
See if I just threw away the money I had spent on the steak .
All right .
Just like that seasoned good .
Some good marbling .
It's a rib eye , put some foil in it .
This is the OG Lane Green George Foreman .
It's not the deluxe version or anything like that .
So , and I did preheat it .
You're just gonna wanna get it like that so you can get your grill marks , make sure the top of the foil .
It's big enough to overlap and make sure that it's not too low down at the bottom .
So it bypasses your drip tray and there's a drip tray before I start and let's go ahead and do it on there .
Just wanna move it to the bottom .
I fold this up a little bit good to go and I'm going to do it out 10 minutes or so because I want mine medium rare will , is gonna spray it with the oil .
Just , uh , any type of canola oil for non stick , but it's really not gonna be on there long enough , I don't think to stick .
So I'll be right back guys .
Let see , let this thing cook for , I don't know , 9 to 10 minutes .
All right guys , this is about 4.5 minutes in .
So those of you that think you're losing a lot of the juices , a lot of it's still in the foil .
So I guess that's about what it would lose if you were doing it on a grill anyway .
All right .
So just give it about another 4 , 4.5 minutes and I'll be right back again .
All right .
All right guys , this is about 6.5 to 7 minutes in , uh , like I said , I want it really medium rare , uh , maybe medium , but I've never done it with the size of meat on this little mini , uh , formula .
So it's still , it's making racket and whatnot .
But , I mean , there's still not a lot of the juices coming out , so I'm gonna test it with a fork .
Yeah , it probably needs about maybe another minute if that serious and see even pushing down , I'm not pushing down real hard , but just to sear the crap out of it , it's still not dripping juice .
Uh , be right back .
All right guys , it's rolling up on nine minutes .
The other video I saw was like 12 minutes but he said that it was well done .
I don't agree , but like I said , I won't mine medium rare good .
Nice grill marks that was cut .
See , that's more medium well , to me than medium rare but still very red in the center and on both sides get grill marks .
Let me taste it and I'll tell you the truth if it tastes like garbage or not , it's actually excellent .
You , that's the clean up .
So thanks for the video .
Whoever came up with that because now that's already cool to the touch .
And as you can see , there's basically no clean up , little bit of juice there .
But uh I'm gonna go eat that steak right there .
So hope you enjoyed it guys .
You might wanna try it .
I know some of you might want be a little bit hesitant to try it .
But man , it's actually pretty tasty .
There you go .
Take it easy .