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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Smoked-Baked Steak with Biscuits and Gravy

I smoked some baked steak for supper last night. Made extra for leftovers this week. :)

I seasoned the tenderized steaks with salt and pepper, then dredged them in flour...



Lightly browned them...


Made a creamy pan gravy with the drippings....


Rehydrated some morel mushrooms...


Covered the steaks with the gravy, morel mushrooms and a few slices of onion....



I split a couple of potatoes open, added a slice of jalapeno bacon, onion, butter and seasonings...




Whipped up a batch of biscuits....




Everything into my drum smoker.......



I enjoyed a couple of Coors Lights. :).......



Poked the steak to see if it was tender.....



The baked steak topped with morels..... biscuits and gravy..... smoked potato with jalapeno bacon and salad...



It was pretty tasty!




10 comments:

Mark said...

You're killing me, J!

cowgirl said...

lol Mark!
Don't mean to kill ya! :)
I'm glad you enjoy my cooking pics. :)

BC Mike said...

BC Mike again
being old does not make me any wiser, but help me if you would. Your use your drum and give a temperature reading of the thermometer mounted in the drum, then you talk about the temperature of the meat . I take it you from time to time poke the meat with a meat thermometer.

cowgirl said...

Hi Mike,

I use an instant read thermometer to check the meat.
Drums seem to cook about 25 degrees hotter in the center than the outside. From what I've heard all drums do this.
The probe on my side mounted thermometer isn't long enough to reach the center.
I use an instant read to make sure the meat is done.

Just playing it safe. :)

shinerbock said...

Wow, everything you cooked looks awesome.

cowgirl said...

Thank you Shinerbock! :)

dracothehound said...

You make me not want to cook no more lolol ,this looks so good
Dave

cowgirl said...

lol Dave!! I know your cooking looks just as good.. I saw your blog!

Thanks! :)

VH said...

I have to ask where you get your dry morels. Do you have a good not outrageously expensive source for them?

cowgirl said...

Hi VH,

I harvest and dry my own morels. The season usually starts around the first of April here and lasts maybe a week and a half.
I gather them and dry them for use the rest of the year.

They are pretty tasty!