How to Improve the Overall Impact of Your BBQ

Thinner cuts cook faster and more evenly on the grill. After preparing bbq dry rub recipes, take on your steaks by thinning them out using your hands. 1/4 in steaks are ideal for the grill. However, some people really love thick steaks. If this is the taste that you prefer, consider getting your meat started on the bbq to sear the cuts and finish it off by baking in the oven. A lovely crust on your meat takes time to develop. It happens when your rub has caramelized on the surface. To get this effect, avoid turning your meat too much. Once or twice is enough. Also, avoid pressing on the meat too much because it causes the juices to run out. What you want is a nice piece of meat that is crusted on the outside but moist on the inside.