The day Kevin made this, we wanted two separate things. He wanted a giant juicy steak dinner. I wanted sirloin steak nachos. For my nacho recipe click here. We purchased these beautiful one-inch thick rib-eyes and it came out so delicious! He cooked that thing to a perfect medium-rare on the cast iron skillet. It had the perfect amount of fat on it. If you know me, you know it’s my favorite part of a great rib-eye. You better believe I had a bite of that! He paired it with a spring mix salad and potatoes.
Look at this beautiful steak!
Kevin seasoned the rib-eye with salt, pepper, parsley and fresh minced garlic.
With a cast-iron skillet on high heat. Start up a pat of butter.
He seared the steak on one side for about 1-2 minutes. He also seared the sides.
Flip, and then sear for about another minute or so.
With a spoon, he bastes the steak with the butter. Gently splash it over the rib-eye. When your steak is at it’s desired temperature, (this one being medium-rare) let it sit. It’s always important to let your steak rest. You don’t want it losing its juiciness.
He plated and served it with red potatoes and a spring mix salad. So delicious!