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Buttered Ribeye Steak In The Oven

Sometimes cooking steak can be very intimidating. Paying a pretty penny on the perfect cut only to end up over-cooking it is so heartbreaking! Learning how to cook steak the right way isn’t only great for your wallet but also benefits your steak-cooking confidence. To us, Ribeye is the perfect cut of steak. The beautiful marbling of fat throughout breaks down and cooks into the meat, making it deliciously tender and flavorful without elaborate seasoning. The flavor only gets even better it’s slow-cooked!

Ingredients you need for this Steak

  • Ribeye steak – A boneless, 2 to 2 ½ inch thick cut is best for this method. Make sure it has minimal amounts of gristle and is marbled evenly throughout. 
  • Steak seasoning – A thick and juicy Ribeye doesn’t need much to help bring out the flavor. A simple seasoning of fresh garlic, sprigs of thyme, and sea salt are all you need before this steak heads into the oven.
  • Compound butter – Slices of fresh, homemade, and creamy compound butter melt into the steak to add more flavor.
  • Roasted potato – Make this a meal with a few roasted tomatoes on the side. They will add a natural sweetness and acidity to the dish that is also highly nutritious. Keep them on the vine for a pop of color and elegant presentation.

How To Cook Ribeye Steak In The Oven

  • Season the steak: Completely pat the steak dry with paper towels, making sure to dab the sides as well. Add the salt, smashed garlic, and thyme to both sides of the steak. Press the seasonings into all areas. If they aren’t sticking, add a little oil to the steak.
  • Cook the steak: Place the seasoned steak on a cooling rack on top of a cookie sheet. Bake on the middle rack in the oven for about 45 minutes or until it’s at the temperature you like.
  • Let it rest: Take the cooked steak out of the oven and loosely add a piece of foil over top. Leave it to rest on a cutting board for 15 minutes to help redistribute the juices inside. Meanwhile, preheat your skillet over high heat.
  • Serve and enjoy: Slice the cooked ribeye on a cutting board against the grain to serve to a crowd or leave it uncut. Drizzle with chimichurri sauce, place the roasted tomatoes on the side, and enjoy with your favorite low-carb side dishes.

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