Rib Eye Steak
One of the most popular cuts of meat, these rib eye steak recipes can take you from weeknight casual to weekend entertaining in a hurry. Start with a simple grilled garlic dish, and work your way down the entire rib eye recipe list.See Popular Rib Eye Steak Recipes
This seared rib-eye steak with delicious smashed potatoes is the perfect Sunday dinner.
The sauce for the steak gets its flavor from cilantro, flat-leaf parsley, oregano, and jarred capers. Roasted sweet potatoes round out this hearty meal.
Rich, tangy, and beautifully complex, a phenomenal whiskey butter imbues these rib eye steaks with incredible flavor. The secret to a succulent steak? Let it be. Once the steak has been removed from the heat, it is imperative that it be allowed to rest for 5-10 minutes. Slicing into it any sooner will result in a juicy cutting board, and a dry steak.
At his cowboy picnic at Prather Ranch, Chris Cosentino served copious amounts of meat, including Italian sausages, Prather's rib eyes, and "caveman" bacon chops, large cuts of pork that include the chop and a piece of the belly. Ask your butcher to cut the pork chops from near the shoulder, leaving the belly meat attached.
These rib-eye steaks with red wine sauce will soon be a family favorite. This day or night dish is also enhanced with the flavor of shallots and fresh thyme.
The garlic cloves mellow as they cook, making a delicious sauce for any grilled meat or poultry. For an appetizer, spread the softened cloves over toasted slices of French bread.
Grilled rib-eye steaks fire up your palate with a hot and smoky chipotle pepper sauce.
Seasoned steaks are grilled then topped with a smoky butter for this beef dinner.
Argentina is famous for chimichurri, a bright, herbacious green sauce. Here, we slather it over charbroiled steaks.
Sumptuous steak is topped with an irresistible pan sauce using red wine, beef broth, and shallots.
This beef sandwich with cheese and onions on a long roll has been a favorite fast food in the City of Brotherly Love since at least the 1930s.
Tomato salsa adds zip to this no-fuss, rib-eye steak main dish. A great recipe for summertime grilling.
Shallot and fresh thyme enhance the savory red wine sauce served with these thick and juicy beef steaks.
A green salad and mashed or baked potatoes would round out this tasty surf and turf dinner.
Like spicy? These sizzling ribeye steaks fire up your palate with a hot and smoky chipotle pepper sauce.