Three Ways on How to Prepare Delicious Ribeye Steak

There are three excellent and easy ways to cook a ribeye steak. These ways are searing, broiling, and barbequing. These receipts for cooking ribeye steak are so tasty and inviting anyone who likes steak would thoroughly enjoy the flavor.

To sear the ribeye steak in a frying pan, the ingredients needed are extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, a ½ stick of butter and one crushed clove of garlic. First, rub the steak with extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper on each side. Then place the oil in the frying pan to boil. Next, add the steak to the sizzling hot pan. Leave one side down until seared then turn the steak over to sear the other side. Then, base the steak with crushed garlic and ½ stick of butter. Remove the steak from pan, let it cool then slice.

To broil the ribeye in the oven the ingredients needed are ½ tsp ground green and black peppercorns, salt, 30 cloves of garlic, olive oil, rosemary, and ⅓ cup of white balsamic vinegar. Rub the steak liberally with the green and black peppercorns, and salt. Then let the ribeye sit for five minutes before cooking. In the meantime mince the 30 garlic cloves. Then cook, and stir the garlic in a medium temperature frying pan and rosemary, white balsamic vinegar, and pepper. Next, add additional olive oil to make a loose paste and set aside. Then preheat the oven to the highest broiler setting and set the oven rack to the most top position. Pat off any excess moisture on the steak and then add olive oil. Cook the steak in the broiler for six to eight minutes then turn and repeat. While the steak is cooking take out the rosemary from the frying pan and transfer the garlic sauce into a bowl. Next, remove the steak from the heat. Then place on a cooling rack with tin foil over the top to hold in the juices, let the steak rest, then slice.

To cook the ribeye steak on a barbeque the ingredients needed are olive oil, salt, and black pepper. First, let the steak sit out of the refrigerator until it comes to room temperature for about one hour. Then rub both sides of the steak with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Preheat the grill to high heat, and add the ribeye steak, close the lid and set the timer for approximately six minutes. Then flip over the steak and repeat. To see if the ribeye is cooked touch the meat for firmness. It should be the same as feeling the palm of your hand when the thumb and middle finger are placed together. Then take the steak off the grill and set it on a plate for about five minutes before slicing.