Qdoba >>>>>>> Chipotle. Fact. Qdoba nachos are amazing.
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No idea what the reverse sear method is but I tried the butter basting method last night with NY strip.
I had to look up reverse searing as well. It basically means "bake in the oven to cook, then slap it on the grill at the last minute to get the seared crust." Seems legit.
I agree. However, Qdoba stopped steaming their burrito shells, which leads to a different flavor that isn't as good.
Have you ever tried Moe's? They have a crunchwrap supreme that is amazing, but it seems the one by us just closed.
So if I look at the picture, I can see the very center is rare, the next ring is medium rare, then you have the edge that has a nice crust. When I did this, everything but that mm or so where the crust is formed, is all medium rare - completely uniform in temp.
Here's an example using a tenderloin: