Poor Boy's Steaks In the smoker on the grill or On stove top

These steaks are out of this world, who needs Ribeyes or T-bones when you can make incredible steak on your own for half the price. Let's face it, meat prices aren't going down anytime in the near future, and when you can make steak this good out of a chuck roast, you not only save a ton of money, but you can put an incredible meal on the table without breaking the bank. I paired up my Potato Salad recipe with this one and my Parmesan Corn On The Cob.  Oh my~

You Will Need

  • 1 Chuck Roast

       (about 3 pounds)

  • 2 TBS Pit Boss Hickory Bacon Seasoning (divided)

  • 1/2 tsp Pepper (Divided)

  • 1/2 TBS Onion Powder (Divided)

  • Liquid Smoke

  • 4 TBS Garlic Butter

Smoker Meat Temperatures

Place your steaks on the smoker, close the lid, and smoke until the internal temperature of your steak reaches 115 degrees F (for rare steak), 125 (medium rare), 135 (medium), 145 (medium well), or 155 degrees F (well done)

Stove Top

3 to 5 minutes

fo medium-rare

8 to 10 minutes for medium-well

2-3 minutes

each side for rare


Pit Boss Hickory Bacon Seasoning

Start out by selecting a chuck roast with lots of marbling

(great flavor and more tender.)


Cut Roast in half, and then both sides down the center (pictured)


They should look like this when cut (4 steaks)

We seasoned all 4 and froze 2. So the seasoning is for all 4.


Start by sprinkling liquid smoke on both sides (be generous) 

Put 1/2 of each seasoning on each side (evenly)


Place 1 TBS of our Garlic Butter on top of each steak, Place into an 8 by 8 baking pan, make sure your smoker pan is full of water to keep the meat hydrated while smoking. Place into your smoker (Or on top of grill or oven) We smoked ours for 30 min (not turning at all)


These were the best steaks we have ever had.

I know you'll like them as much as we did. 

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