Stuffed Steak Recipe with Smokey Chipotle Sauce - Bull’s-Eye

Smokey chipotle-stuffed ribeye steak recipe
Stuffed steak is a BBQ classic. It doesn’t get much better than a smokey, tender and full-flavoured ribeye, filled with tangy jalapeño, smokey chipotle and cheddar cheese. This is the bold, spicy, smokey flavour we live for.
 Smokey chipotle-stuffed ribeye steak recipe
6 ribeye steaks
6 jalapeño peppers
150ml Bull’s-Eye Smokey Chipotle BBQ Sauce
150g cheddar cheese
30g smoked garlic puree
30g Seasoning to taste
30g Cherry wood chips
6 long wooden skewers

You can’t go wrong with a BBQ ribeye steak. But this classic is so much more when it’s in the hands of a true pitmaster. Of all the ribeye steak ideas out there, stuffing is one of the best for flavour. The pros know how to balance smokey, tangy, and sweet. With our stuffed steak recipe, you’ll nail that balance too.

Bring the heat with jalapeño peppers, and the tang with melted cheddar. All packaged like a pro inside the best ribeye steak. But that’s not where this story ends. With Bull’s-Eye Smokey Chipotle BBQ Sauce in the mix, you’re onto a winner. Cooking ribeye steak on BBQ coals and wood chips brings that authentic finish. Here’s how.

Soak your favourite wood chips in water. We go for cherry wood chips, but this ribeye steak recipe leaves you in charge.
Slice the jalapeños and remove the seeds and the white membrane. Take a minute to wash your hands after.
Slice the cheddar into six slices. Shape them to match the length and depth of your steak.
Cut a pocket into the ribeyes, like an envelope.
Stuff the ribeyes with a load of Bull’s-Eye Smokey Chipotle BBQ Sauce, sliced jalapeños and cheddar cheese.
Close the opening using a skewer. You don’t want your hard work seeping out all over the grill.
Brush smoked garlic puree on the outside of the steaks and season with salt and pepper. Leave them marinating for at least one hour. Let those flavours really develop to get the boldest BBQ ribeye steak on the block.
Preheat the BBQ to 200°C.
When you’re ready to cook, put the wood chips on the coal.
Grill the ribeyes for three minutes on each side, or tailor the cooking time to your tastes. Let them rest in tinfoil or baking paper for three minutes.
When it comes to BBQ ribeye steak recipes, stuffing is always a crowd-pleaser. The authentic tastes inside that juicy steak take it to the next level. Stuffed steak? Sorted.