Experience steakhouse-level steak with this pan seared rib-eye recipe! Tender, juicy, and bursting with flavor, this steak is the perfect centerpiece for any special occasion. Try it now and make any night memorable!
- 1 ribeye steak
- fresh cracked black pepper
- 2 sprigs fresh rosemary
- 2-3 tbsp clarified butter (or ghee)
Preheat a 12” cast iron skillet over a gas burner set to medium-high heat. Meanwhile, rub a thin layer of vegetable oil on the steaks; just enough to bind the seasoning to the meat. Then season all surfaces of the meat with the salt and pepper.`
- When the pan is smoking hot, add the clarified butter. Place one sprig rosemary in the middle of the pan. Set the steak right on top of the rosemary. Top the steak with the other sprig of rosemary.
- Using a towel to protect your hand, grab the handle and tilt the skillet toward you and begin spooning the oil and juices from the pooled liquid over the top of the steak and herbs. You will want a metal spoon, something larger than a soup spoon. This basting will allow the steak to cook from both sides and infuse the aroma of the rosemary into the steak. Do this until the bottom of the steak is nicely seared, constantly basting.
- Flip the steak and continue basting until the internal temperature reaches 125°F. There is nothing wrong with flipping the steak more than once, if one side is cooking faster than the other. Let the steak rest 3 minutes before slicing.
- Serving Size
- 4 oz
- per serving
- 6 grams
- 53 grams
- 53 grams
- 2281 milligrams