Ribeye Steak Dry Rubs
Meltingly tender, rib eye steak doesn't need a marinade, but it can benefit from a rib eye dry rub. From spicy to simple, these easy recipes for rib eye dry rub work well on any cut of steak.See Popular Ribeye Steak Dry Rubs Recipes
Spicy black pepper-crusted, grilled bone-in ribeye topped with Roquefort compound butter that makes a delicious sauce as the butter melts on the warm steak.
A wonderful blend of three different chilies combined with an earthy cumin and sweet dark sugar make this a delicious rub for beef and pork.
In this wet rub, we let the aromatic champion take center stage-a sure winner for the garlic lover in all of us. This rub is so versatile, we think it's great with virtually any meat or vegetable. Use on: Extra-firm tofu, shrimp, scallops, salmon, mahi-mahi, chicken, duck, pork, beef, lamb.
Coffee can be used as a great way to start your day...or end it, at the grill. The dark and toasty undertones from the coffee in this dry rub pair well with dark meats. Any freshly ground coffee beans will work; choose dark roast for the biggest coffee flavor or a lighter roast if you're looking for something a little more subtle. Use on: Chicken thighs, duck, beef, lamb
Any cut of steak will work for this recipe, but we especially like the flavor and texture of rib-eye with these seasonings; look for steak that has been thinly cut. A cold ale, sweet potato fries and vinegary coleslaw can round out the meal.
Make your own spice rub for the steak in this recipe. The rub is easy to prepare and is lower in sodium than most purchased rubs. Try it on pork as well.
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Steakhouses have mastered how to cook ribeye steak--with a few easy tips, you can also enjoy a perfectly cooked ribeye at home.
Use an instant-read thermometer to test for doneness. The steak's temperature will rise by about 5 degrees after you remove it from the heat. This beef steak gets a double kick of heat from the spicy marinade and the fresh salsa topping.