Ribeye Steak

Ribeye Steak

Ingredients :

  • Sea salt flakes.
  • Ground black pepper.
  • 50 gram.Of soft butter.
  • 2 sprigs of fresh thyme.
  • 1 crushed garlic clove with its skin.

Directions :

Step 1:

Remove the steak from the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before cooking to allow it to reach room temperature. This is a crucial phase in ensuring even the cooking of the steaks.

Step 2:

Season the steak generously until ready to grill. Season all sides generously with salt and pepper, then place on top to ensure equal distribution.

Step 3:

In a frying pan, heat the oil. If you’re cooking two steak slices, make sure the pan is big enough to accommodate them comfortably. If not, use two pans and heat them at the same time.

Step 4:

Cook the steak in the skillet for 2 to 3 minutes on either side over medium-high heat (depending on the desired thickness and degree).

Step 5:


A 3cm steak should be cooked for 5 minutes as a general law. If you have a meat thermometer, set it to 50 degrees Celsius for exceptional, 60 degrees Celsius for average, and 70 degrees Celsius for excellent cooking.

Step 6:
Stir in the butter, thyme, and garlic for one minute after turning the steak for the first time. To do so, tip the pan towards you until the butter pools at the rim, then spill the butter over the steak in a circular motion.

Step 7:

Remove the steak from the skillet and set it aside to rest for 5 minutes.
Don’t be tempted to skip this key step. Since the meat particles stick together during the cooking process, if you slice the steaks right after they’ve been cooked, all the juices on the board will drain out.
The rest time helps the particles to relax and reabsorb their fluids, meaning that none of the tasty juices are wasted while slicing.

Step 8:

Slice the steaks into strips, season, and serve with a side dish and sauce of your choice.
Once cooked, you need to serve it immediately to enjoy the deliciousness of a ribeye steak!! It’s super tasty, no one can resist this dish, and me one of those people lol!! If you have leftovers, it’s one of the rarest things that can happen when it’s ribeye steak on the table, you can reheat it in the oven!