It’s Poblano Porterhouse! Watch Award winning griller Heath Riles BBQ serves up an amazing Poblano Porterhouse recipe on his Goldens’ Cast Iron Cooker!! You can do this too! It’s simple and easy! Just watch the Poblano Porterhouse video below as Health Riles walks you through it step by step! See the recipe below! Gather your ingredients and get started on this delicious grilled steak recipe! It’s really easy to prep and grill!
Award-winning griller, Heath Riles started cooking competition BBQ in 1997 with over 70 Grand Champion wins in competition BBQ! Over time has developed and perfected his own line of sauces, rubs, injections & marinades. And he grills on our legendary Goldens’ Cast Iron Kamado! Great honor! Enjoy this great Poblano Porterhouse recipe! It all starts with a Goldens’ Cast Iron Kamado Grill! Check out Health Riles products here, then shop our line of kamados and here! Let’s get started! 😉


  • Porterhouse Steak (we used Certified Angus Beef)
  • Heath Riles BBQ Garlic Jalapeño Rub
  • Heath Riles BBQ Simple Citrus Rub
  • Duck Fat Spray
  • Poblano Peppers


  1. Get your grill up to temperature. (Our Goldens’ Cast Iron was approximately 510º when we put our porterhouse on.)\
  2. Spray porterhouse and poblano peppers with Duck Fat Spray (or any spray of your choice).
  3. Season porterhouse steak and poblano peppers with Heath Riles BBQ Simple Citrus Rub and Heath Riles BBQ Garlic Jalapeño Rub.
  4. Allow the rub to sweat into the meat while your grill comes up to temperature.
  5. Spray the grates on your grill with Duck Fat Spray or spray of your choice.
  6. Place your porterhouse (or any cut of steak) and poblano peppers on the grill. Cook for 1 and a half minutes and then flip. Cook for another minute and a half and flip again. Continue to flip every minute and a half until an internal temperature of 124º-125º is reached. Once temperature is achieved, remove from the grill.
  7. Allow your steak to rest before cutting into it.
  8. ENJOY!

Note : Try Duck Fat on your meat! It makes a really good binder when adding your spices. Also, the meat is thick and can take heavy seasoning so load up! Let the seasoning sweat in. Make sure your your Goldens’ Cast Iron is up to temperature at 123-125 degrees. Top vent, half open. Then add duck fat to your grates before laying down that beautiful cut of meat.

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