There’s no denying that reverse searing is one of the best ways to cook a good quality steak. The slow cooked beef paired with a crunchy crust from the sear makes for an epic eating experience, so if you haven’t tried it yet, you’ve come to the right place.

There’s two ways you can reverse sear your steak. You can do it indoors using a conventional oven, or you can fire up the barbecue for a smoked and barbecued finished. Neither is more superior, but it’s worth giving both a go if you have the equipment.

We’ve broken down each method below, check them out, choose your weapon, and give it a go at home.

You won’t regret it.

How to reverse sear the perfect medium-rare steak (using an oven)

Read the full recipe here, by NoBull Barbecue

How to reverse sear a steak on the barbecue

Read the full recipe here, by Hot Diggity Barbecue