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Rib Eye Steak Recipes

The essential ingredient for your rib eye steak recipes is the steak.

Take a rib steak, remove the bone and you have a rib eye steak. This can also be known as: Boneless Rib Eye Steak, Entrecôte, Delmonico Steak, Spencer Steak, Beauty Steak, or Market Steak.

The rib eye is arguably the best cut of beef. It is so flavorful that it only needs salt and pepper.

This steak is traditionally cooked by a dry heat method: pan seared, grilled, or oven roasted.

The cooking times below are provided as a guide only. Your best bet is to use a calibrated instant read thermometer to cook meat to the desired temperature. The other technique that works is to cut into the steak and take a peek. You may lose a little juice, but it will not be noticeable. It is much better to peek than to overcook, and any lost pan juices can be incorporated into a sauce.

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Cooking Time For 1 inch Rib Eye Steaks
Rib Eye Steak
1 inch thick

Grill or Pan Fry

COOK APPROXIMATELY

TO MEAT INTERNAL TEMPERATURE

Very Rare Medium Heat < 5 min total < 120 F.
Rare Medium Heat 5 - 6 min total to 123 F.
Medium Rare Medium Heat 6 - 8 min total to 130 F.
Medium Medium Heat 8 - 10 min total to 137 F.
Medium-Well Medium Heat 10 - 12 min total to 150 F.
Well Medium Heat 12 - 15 min total to 160 F.

Cooking Time For 1 1/2 inch Rib Eye Steaks
Rib Eye Steak
1 1/2 inch thick

Indirect Grill or Oven

COOK APPROXIMATELY

TO MEAT INTERNAL TEMPERATURE

Very Rare Medium Heat < 6 min total < 120 F.
Rare Medium Heat 7 - 8 min total to 123 F.
Medium Rare Medium Heat 8 - 10 min total to 130 F.
Medium Medium Heat 10 - 15 min total to 137 F.
Medium-Well Medium Heat 15 - 19 min total to 150 F.
Well Medium Heat 19 - 22 min total to 160 F.

Flavors That Go

Rib Eye (for other Flavors That Go with BEEF in general CLICK HERE)

  • Salt
    Black Pepper
    Red Pepper Flakes
    Onions (shallots, green onions)
    Olive Oil
    Garlic
    Horseradish
    Brandy
    Red Wine
    Mushrooms

    Basil
    Thyme
    Rosemary
    Oregano

 

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