Bourbon Barbecued Rib-Eye Steaks

Bourbon Barbecued Rib-Eye Steaks created by Diana Shining Star

Another bourbon sauce but a very good one. From Weber's "Real Grilling".

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  • Whisk first 8 ingredients in a medium bowl.
  • Place steaks in a large resealable bag and pour in the marinade. Seal and refrigerate for 2 hours, turning occasionally.
  • Remove steaks from fridge for 30 minutes, then remove from marinade and pat dry.
  • Mix paprika, salt and pepper and rub into both sides of the steak.
  • Preheat grill to high and cook 8 - 10 minutes for medium-rare, turning once.
  • Let rest for 5 minutes before serving.
  • Time does not include time to marinate (2 hours).
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"Another bourbon sauce but a very good one. From Weber's "Real Grilling"."

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  1. Tom P.
    Instead of white wine vinegar, use a little less white wine. A good zinfandel or chablis or Chardonnay. Try it
  2. carlm
    This recipe really made the steak a more full bodied experience...like you would receive at the best steak houses around. Our rib eye was about 1 1/2" thick...a big one...marinated it for about 2 1/2 hours and then grilled on the Big Green Egg with some mesquite wood chucks added...tremendously flavorful...a keeper.
  3. Diana Shining Star
    Bourbon Barbecued Rib-Eye Steaks Created by Diana Shining Star
  4. bmcnichol
    I made the recipe exactly as written except that I marinated the steaks for 24 hours. We all enjoyed them but hubby still put A-1 sauce on them.
  5. Gatton
    I made this same recipe from the Weber book. The only thing I changed was I used strip steaks since that's what I had on hand. This was very tasty and everyone thought the flavor was great. I'll definitely make it again. I don't care for bourbon but I keep a bottle on hand for cooking now.
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