Gordon Ramsay Steak TESTED! On A Weber Kettle | Ft. Kosmos Q

  • Published on Aug 10, 2019
  • Gordon Ramsay Steak TESTED! On A Weber Kettle | Kosmos Q Ribeye steak on a weber kettle is a staple around here. But we wanted to test the Gordon Ramsay steak recipe to change things up!
    You might have guessed it, but there's no secret for cooking a steak on a weber kettle. So mix it up and do it however you like! We're having a lot of fun getting creative with our trusty weber charcoal grill and some recipes from one of the greats!
    We pulled two awesome prime ribeyes at 1 1/4 thick and hit them with SPG just to keep it simple.
    Get your oil nice and hot in the cast iron. And throw the steaks on for a sear!
    Once we flipped them and liked the sear we added the butter and savory herbs to drive the flavor in! You'll want to keep the pan over the indirect side for this part. We're using a Slow and Sear to keep our coals to one side. Get in there and spoon that goodness all over the top of those rib eyes and thank us later.
    The tenderness and flavor in these were over the top! Give this one a try!
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Comments • 160

  • Billy Allen
    Billy Allen 20 hours ago

    you screwed up by pan frying that steak.

  • Mitch184
    Mitch184 5 days ago

    Everything but the rosemary. It's like eating a pine tree.

  • Scott Zigman
    Scott Zigman 7 days ago +1

    You should not use extra virgin olive oil with high heat.

  • Feralwisp ASMR
    Feralwisp ASMR 11 days ago

    you forgot to whip it with the thyme its an important step ;)

  • Bassinwith nick
    Bassinwith nick 11 days ago

    Man I died when he put that foil on there and said we’ll get to eatin there suckers πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • Zach Thompson
    Zach Thompson Month ago

    Look like they are way over done. Might as well call em roast beef.

  • Tyler gunn
    Tyler gunn Month ago

    Where's the crust...

  • alex ibarra
    alex ibarra Month ago

    I cook it that way when I’m feeling lazy lol


    steak, flame,tobasco hot sauce......period...keep the rosemary for the girls

  • Caleb Archer
    Caleb Archer 2 months ago

    My wife and boys favorite way to have their steaks prepared. In fact I’m getting ready to cook my wife one this way right now using your salt tenderizing method.

  • Charles Hall
    Charles Hall 2 months ago

    Yes and it turned out sooo good

  • Chuck Brichta
    Chuck Brichta 2 months ago

    Where do you buy the white cotton gloves.?

  • country boy 67
    country boy 67 2 months ago

    Geezer thanks now I gotta TRY this 1 too,,kinda old fashioned, knock off horns wipe his backside sear a x and call it done but now gotta try this,,(sarcasm) thanks buddy

  • Nathen Wallis
    Nathen Wallis 2 months ago

    That's the way my wife has been cooking steak a lot here lately, pretty good results!. I think i actually enjoy his scrambled eggs more than his steak....even though I typically like my eggs over easy

  • DSSR1
    DSSR1 2 months ago

    U should collab with Guga Foods

  • Shawn Lasswell
    Shawn Lasswell 2 months ago

    Will have to try this

  • Bruce Hirsch
    Bruce Hirsch 2 months ago

    You can't taste the charcoal flavor because you used a pan. You may as well cooked it in your kitchen on your stovetop. Lol

  • Linda Foster
    Linda Foster 2 months ago

    This is the only way we cook our steaks now! Tender, juicy and full of flavor!

    • DSSR1
      DSSR1 2 months ago

      Stfu same

  • Mike Baird
    Mike Baird 2 months ago

    Most great cooks start on the grill and finish under the broiler or in the pan. Gordon Ramsey is British and doesn't know how to grill apparently.

  • circle deuce farms
    circle deuce farms 2 months ago

    Wtf was that first add before your video started a man wearing makeup and two lesbians talking about how beautiful they are because of the makeup πŸ˜‚

  • Flip Flop
    Flip Flop 3 months ago

    I've done it a couple times but I prefer on the grill instead of pan. But I thought about searing it on the grill then letting it bake in the cast iron with the herbs butter and garlic

  • Dan Wood
    Dan Wood 3 months ago

    Hwy Bud, used some SPG and Cow Cover Hot last night on a steak, WOW, but too salty! Haven't I seen you use both before? Keep on Grilling (:-)

  • Notaliberal Fromcali
    Notaliberal Fromcali 3 months ago +1

    Off topic... i just did ribs.. light coat of SPG, then a nice coat of honey killer bee. Glazed one with the apple habenero, other left dry ( for the wife ). Results?
    Mind blown

  • josh green
    josh green 3 months ago

    I think you should grill it normally on the grill to the last steps of rest. Then as you take off the grill based it in hot butter herb bath . That worked awesome for me and you get smoke flavor.

  • rich scherbarth
    rich scherbarth 3 months ago

    Can you do this with chicken?

  • Ronnie Pena
    Ronnie Pena 3 months ago

    I did it with NY strip and ribeyes and they were on point. The NY Strips were a little over done though. This way has to be the best way, no charcoal flavor at all for us either.

  • gdjrod
    gdjrod 3 months ago

    Man those look killer , gonna have to try that. Thanks for another great video

  • Brock Landers
    Brock Landers 3 months ago

    Not really the Gordon Ramsey style. Most good steak houses pan fry and then put the steak in a broiler to finish. Really can't beat the reverse sear with a little smoke up front though. If you do the prime, you do the time.

  • Greenpond 1781
    Greenpond 1781 3 months ago

    I cook mine on the slow and sear then put a small stainless bowl on the side cooking with butter,garlic, and thyme. Then add to it when I pull them. I get the crust, charcoal flavor, and the butter herbs all together. I have tried it on a skillet but like you I just don’t get that charcoal flavor. All of it together is over the top good and have not been to a restaurant anywhere that can beat it.

  • Mark Burkett
    Mark Burkett 3 months ago

    When Kosmo said, "The one thing that I'm missing though..." I got worried. I thought he was going to break out the mustard and texas toast. ;) Love the videos. Would like to see his take on Country/Western Style spare ribs.

  • Russell altman
    Russell altman 3 months ago

    Been doing steak that way for a long time. I've found that 2" thick or thicker works best for the reverse sear method on the grill. I prefer more thyme over Rosemary and plenty of salt and pepper

  • Tony Robson
    Tony Robson 3 months ago

    This might be a stupid question but what do you call the charcoal separator in your grill and where did you get it

  • tduffysd
    tduffysd 3 months ago

    It never saw the flame, no grilled flavor. If i go to a resturant and they cook a steak like this, i never return.

  • skyler
    skyler 3 months ago

    I have a traeger but i still cook all my steaks this way the flavor is better in my opinion

  • JustSumDude
    JustSumDude 3 months ago

    Where can I get some of your rubs/glazes up in Canada? Thanks Q!

  • Kevin Moe
    Kevin Moe 3 months ago

    I love the SPG. Dirty Bird Hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sandra Olson
    Sandra Olson 3 months ago

    Can't see the purpose of using the cast iron over the charcoal; as you said, no charcoal flavor. Cook it indirect over the coals, then do a sear in the hot pan.

  • Grueso c
    Grueso c 3 months ago +2

    10 minute video
    This is a really good steak
    Thanks jackass

  • Sean Kendall
    Sean Kendall 3 months ago

    I do it this way all the time but I add a little killer bee on the spg

  • Diamond Thief64
    Diamond Thief64 3 months ago

    For a second, I could've sworn that I could smell the steaks.

  • Larry Gibson
    Larry Gibson 3 months ago

    I told you less than a week or so ago when you were at 67k subs get ready you will skyrocket because your attitude, personality and content will be a big deal. 8K later, you will be a 1M channel no time. Keep it up and I wish you continued success!

  • Tim Blakely
    Tim Blakely 3 months ago

    Do a brisket on a pellet grill Kosmo!

  • Matt D
    Matt D 3 months ago

    HEY KOSMO! 🀘🏽 Why are your rubs so damn expensive on Amazon?

  • Hisham Abdulah
    Hisham Abdulah 3 months ago


  • Bill Kohler
    Bill Kohler 3 months ago

    Over cooked

  • MrBren10mm
    MrBren10mm 3 months ago

    Do this every Christmas …Family loves it

  • David McMullen
    David McMullen 3 months ago

    Both steaks looked over cooked to me. But since I wasn't there, I'll take your word on that.

  • robertsrt
    robertsrt 3 months ago

    They’re both overdone son...

  • Kyle Tracey
    Kyle Tracey 3 months ago

    I like to have a little side dish of hot horseradish with my rib steaks n strip loins.
    Just my thing. Hehe.
    Any one else like horserradish by chance?
    Beauty looking from here. Can almost taste those bad boys.

  • Dustin Harlan
    Dustin Harlan 3 months ago

    Do you tenderize a center top loin

  • Jesse Graffius
    Jesse Graffius 3 months ago +1

    I'm not sure why you would expect a grill cooked in a pan to taste like a grilled steak.

  • the grilling wog
    the grilling wog 3 months ago

    ive never licked a phone screen before but i wanted to watching this

  • Herman Orquiz
    Herman Orquiz 3 months ago +3

    It would be nice for a SEASINING KIT give away.
    Who agrees: πŸ‘πŸ½ ( LUV YA BRO )..........

  • danaf321
    danaf321 3 months ago

    I usually smoke/indirect on the offset or weber... and then sear/baste in the garlic butter on the cast iron until temp= perfection.

  • Chubbs Anthony
    Chubbs Anthony 3 months ago


  • Tom Jones
    Tom Jones 3 months ago

    Both was over cooked

  • Adam Storm
    Adam Storm 3 months ago

    Cast pans are only good for breakfast and fish..... not for steak.....

  • Tim Jackson
    Tim Jackson 3 months ago

    Did some 2” ribeyes in a lodge logic cast iron pan on the stove top. Used coconut oils for the sear and then added the butter, rosemary, thyme and garlic. Total time in the pan was six minutes. Cooked so fast and it was tender, juicy and delicious.

  • David 419
    David 419 3 months ago

    What up playaaaaaa, steaks look amazing.!!!!!! πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

    • David 419
      David 419 3 months ago

      Lolololol 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    • Kosmo's Q BBQ & Grilling
      Kosmo's Q BBQ & Grilling  3 months ago +1

      LOL Im not a Playaaaa I just crush a lot..... Sorry had to brother David 419

  • Dave Wafford
    Dave Wafford 3 months ago

    F*ck GR. You do you, bro! It did look awesome, though...