Ribeye Steak Dinner

I am a steak girl. I like just about any kind, but Ribeye and NY strip are my go to. I like to keep it simple, but don’t get me wrong, if I’m at a restaurant that likes to frou frou it up with mushrooms, onions and special sauce….. I will not say no. My hubby wasn’t much of a steak eater until he met me. Now he gets the craving like I do. So, needless to say the shortage of meats and steak at the grocery store has not helped my craving of that tender, medium rare ( more to the rare side for me) juicy slab of meat. *sigh* That is until a few days ago.

I had to make a grocery run for a few items, which we all know now days is not as simple as it once was. As I walked past the meat counter with just a side glance, because I just knew it would be empty, it was there. I think it even called out to me ……hey girl looky looky, come and get meeee! I had a brief flash of seeing myself hurling over the meat counter….which is no easy task for a 4 ft 9 woman vs a 3 ft meat counter….grasping my prize and yelling 6 ft back! But no, my mama taught me how to act in public all those years ago. So, I did make it to the counter without any mishaps or having my picture posted somewhere in the back that stating If you see this woman……..

So yes, hubby and I were one happy couple because were getting steak for dinner that night.

If you want to make it, here’s what you need:

  • Steak
  • steak seasoning
  • canola oil
  • 2 TBS butter
  • dried rosemary about 2 tsp or more to taste or a sprig of fresh rosemary ( I only had dried available)
  • 2 garlic cloves peeled and smashed
  • coarse salt

Pat steak dry with a paper towel if needed. Rub on your favorite steak seasoning. I love these two by Penzey’s but of course you can use your own.

Rub seasoning on both sides of the steak and let it sit out for about 45 minutes to come to room temperature.

Preheat oven to 500° or if your oven smokes too much like mine at that temp, 450°.

Heat a large cast iron skillet over high heat. I like using a cast iron skillet because it sears the meat really well. Add a sprinkle of salt to both sides of the steak. When the skillet is hot, add a small amount of oil and place steaks in to the skillet. Cook for about 2 minute and turn steaks, pushing them to the side. Add the butter, rosemary and garlic to the side of the skillet.

Tilt the skillet to one side and using a spoon, baste steaks with the butter mixture. Cook for about to 2 more minutes while continuing basting.

Remove skillet from the heat and remove garlic cloves. Place in to the oven. Cook 4 minutes for medium rare; cook 6 minutes for medium and about 8 minutes for well done ( I’m not judging).

Take note, the skillet will be extremely hot so please use caution.

Place steak on plates and cover loosely with foil and let steaks rest for 10 minutes. If you are like me, hubby likes his steak medium, so I have to initial his foil so I don’t get them mixed up….. and I have.

I served these steaks with a fried egg and my roasted potatoes.


7 thoughts on “Ribeye Steak Dinner

  1. Nancy Leopard April 10, 2020 / 3:41 am

    Hey bff looks delish! And i love that seasoning your using ” chicago” love it. Btw you know if i was there grocery shopping i help ya lol 🤣


    • Christy April 10, 2020 / 3:44 am

      Yes, I knew you’d love the Chicago seasoning lol. Oh yes we would be shopping together…. divide and conquer.


  2. indianeskitchen April 11, 2020 / 12:15 pm

    I will eat a steak I fix anytime before I order one in a restaurant. Give me seasonings, butter, a cast iron skillet and about 5 minutes and I will be indulging!!! Darn now I want a steak…lol Glad you were able to find them at the store. We buy a side of beef every year and my husband prefers a hamburger! His loss my gain! 🤣😂🤣😂🤣


    • Christy April 11, 2020 / 6:54 pm

      My husband was the same way until he married me lol. Don’t get me wrong, hamburgers are good, but a steak is king….. or I should say queen . 😉

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