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Grilled Wagyu by Chef Bryan-David Scott

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Grilled Wagyu by Chef Bryan-David Scott

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2 Wagyu Filet Mignon Steaks
1 teaspoon smoked Simply Decadent by Cup of Luxury This is a 100 point coffee blend.
1/2 teaspoon Blue Persian salt grind to fine
1/8 teaspoon Tahiti lime zest pan roasted until golden brown, crisp
1/8 teaspoon Mandarin zest pan roasted until golden brown, crisp
1/4 teaspoon Trio of peppercorns pan roasted then crushed to coarse ground with mortar/pestle
1/5 cup Soto Sake
  • 20 min
  • Serves 2
  • Medium

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We are thrilled to showcase a recipe by celebrity Chef Bryan-David Scott. He has made a name of himself by creating original and super delicious dishes by infusing luxury coffee and beverages into his creations.
This is one of his favorite steaks to prepare for guests: grilled Wagyu, grade A5, BMS 10. I am passionate about using natural wood and charcoal rather than a gas grill, saysChef Bryan-Davis Scott.

Grilled Wagyu Recipe by Chef Bryan-David Scott

To prepare the Wagyu steak the Coffee Chef way, bring it to room temperature 15 minutes prior to grilling. This magnificent beef deserves special attention to every detail, including how to arrange the wood, and coals. Create a dual zone within a kettle style grill (wood/coals in front, empty space in rear).
  • Blend dry ingredients together, liberally sprinkle over top and bottom of steak.
  • Place on grill, directly over coals for 1 minute. Turn. Grill for 1 minute. Turn, but turn steak to 90 degrees. Grill for 1.5 minutes. Turn at 90 degrees. Grill for 1.5 minutes.
  • Check temperature. Personal preference for this steak is an internal temperature of 130 degrees F. Recommend that this steak not be grilled past 135 degrees F (57 °C).
  • Immediately place on a natural wood cutting board, cover tightly with foil
  • Let rest. A good rule to follow is allow 1 minute resting time for every 100 g.
  • Slice thinly. Gently sprinkle Soto Sake over the steak. Sprinkle Persian Blue salt, and the prepared pepper over the steak.
  • Serve.

BryanDavid Scott

BRYAN-DAVID SCOTT — Family man. Chef. Luxury Coffee Specialist. Brand Ambassador. Avid supporter of our military, 1st responders & kids. “What drives me is an indefatigable passion for creating food that bends our guest’s minds. In every bite are layers of flavor.”

You’ve seen him on TV and online in support of private events surrounding the Primetime Emmys, Grammys, and Oscars. He is internationally famous for his exquisite steaks, seafood and coffees that are described by connoisseurs as, “the most perfect coffees on earth.” Each coffee is independently graded five-stars, and awarded 100 points. In fact, Chef only offers 100 point coffees.

In 2018, after a second Oscars tour, a private dining experience was held in Las Vegas featuring the Chef and his 2018 Oscars menu which included the ever decadent OSCAR COFFEE, a hallmark coffee created by Chef in honor of the Academy Awards. An extremely rare blend, approximately 11 pounds can be produced annually, and fetches a price of $2,380/lb. Ranked BEST IN CLASS for their appearance of the coffee beans (flawless), aroma, taste and finish.

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