beef tenderloin, midnight kick bbq rub

Right Way BBQ Midnight Kick Tenderloin Roast

- 1 whole beef tenderloin, trimmed (approximately 4-5 pounds)
- RightWay BBQ Midnight Kick Rub (available on Amazon or at


1. **Prepare the Tenderloin:**
   - Preheat your smoker to 250°F (121°C) for indirect smoking.
   - Rub the entire beef tenderloin with a generous amount of RightWay BBQ Midnight Kick Rub, ensuring an even coating.
   - Allow the seasoned tenderloin to sit at room temperature for about 20-30 minutes.

2. **Indirect Smoking:**
   - Place the seasoned tenderloin on the smoker grates.
   - Smoke the tenderloin indirectly at 250°F for 30-45 minutes, flipping it once halfway through the smoking time to ensure even cooking.
   - Use wood chips or chunks of your choice to impart a smoky flavor. Consider using a mild wood like apple or cherry.

3. **Temperature Check Before Direct Searing:**
   - Check the internal temperature of the tenderloin using a meat thermometer. Once it reaches around 110°F (43°C), it's ready for the next step.

4. **Reverse Searing:**
   - While the tenderloin is smoking, remove it from the smoker.
   - Increase the smoker temperature to 500°F (260°C) for direct grilling/searing.

5. **Direct Searing:**
   - Once the smoker is at the high temperature, transfer the tenderloin directly over the heat.
   - Sear each side for approximately 5 minutes or until a golden-brown crust forms. Use a meat thermometer to check for an internal temperature of 125-130°F (51-54°C).

6. **Resting:**
   - Remove the tenderloin from the smoker and place it on a cutting board.
   - Allow the roast to rest for 15-20 minutes.

7. **Slice and Serve:**
   - After resting, slice the tenderloin into your desired thickness.
   - Serve the Right Way BBQ Midnight Kick Tenderloin Roast with your favorite sides.

Enjoy your flavorful and perfectly cooked tenderloin roast, infused with the unique taste of RightWay BBQ Midnight Kick!

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