How to Cook Backstraps By RubsNScrapes.com
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I have some backstraps cut into 3/4 inch steaks and am wondering how everyone cooks these? I might try to make up a rub and just grill them to medium rare.

Author: Justin
Justin - Recipes needed!!
December 12, 2011
Shawn - I coat them in a seasoned flour mix. Just some season salt and whatever spices you like and flour, and fry them in a little bit of oil
December 29, 2011
Shawn - Or some season salt and grill them is good to!
December 29, 2011
Dallas - Coat steak in plain flower/both sides/lots of pepper/salt(I prefer Garlic salt) Cook at 350or400 untill it to your taste!! cut & eat!!!
January 29, 2012
steve - dump qt. bag into bowl,pour in progresso italian bread crumbs,mix till evenly covered,fry in olive oil,MED. RARE.remove and sprinkle lightly w/montreal steak seas.and marsala cooking wine
go fancy and saute some mushrooms&onion to top the medallions....sooo good!!
July 04, 2012
Ron - Next time cut them thicker, the width of a strip of bacon. Pin the bacon slice around the edge of the steak with toothpicks and marinate over night, either with a commercial marinade/tenderizer or with your favorite spices in a dill pickle solution. Grill outdoors and DON'T leave it on too long.
August 22, 2012
1m0ZmPFuCaE - Most realtor sites have a filciaty to search using the MLS number. I don't know what location you're looking at but go onto some of the local realtor's sites and do a search.You could try the link below. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the MLS search.
June 09, 2014
P8ZIs4hOcIwe - About to get this gun as well. I think JD is looking at the two mag carreir and the left one looks shorter. But that is because it sits angled left while the mag itself is angled right. Oh well, troll.As for .45 vs 9mm. Many debates abound. being doing lots of research. 9mm is higher velocity and cheaper to practice w/ since ammo is cheaper. .40 is just a bigger bbl on a 9mm housing so sometimes the feel and weight distribution is off. .45 is slower but a bigger damage radius. also less rounds in mag.So really it comes down to personal preference. I like more rounds of a 9 but am worried about collateral damage as a 9 will penetrate walls etc moreso than .45. Recoil can also be an issue but the weight of .45 should offset the bigger punch'.
October 27, 2015
dfvsmv91w - Just got the SD9 for $399. M&P's were $559. Glock G3s $529. G4s $579. SR9s $459. The SR9 was too big for my hands and the SR9c was too small and the mags don't hold very many rounds. I felt the SD's were a great deal.
November 20, 2015
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