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Old 04-10-2013, 09:53 AM
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Default steak recipe (ribeye or filet)

i'm very picky with my steaks (ribeye or filets)... most resturaunts let me down. i prep mine by marinating in soy, olive oil, and seasonings... for at least a day. then about 1 1/2 min ea side on the grill... searing burner on high. let sit for about 5-10 min then pig out.

i've been reading posts on this site for a while now and i'm sure there are some very "creative" steak recipes out there! i'm interested!
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:35 AM
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Let the steaks marinate in allegro marinade for a day before cooking sprinkle a little kosher salt and coarse black pepper on both sides then cook in a black iron skillet 2 min on each side then put in oven 400 deg for 3 min on each side take out and let rest for 5 min
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I have always marinated mine in italian dressing or dales.... any choice of seasoning. sear (sp?) on both sides then cook for 3-5 min.
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:10 AM
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Soy sauce and Dale's.... Cant beat it
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:14 AM
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The less you do with it the better, get a good steak with some nice marbling, olive oil, fresh cracked black pepper and kosher salt.

Look up Alton Browns method on Youtube.
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:33 AM
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Kosher salt and black pepper on a real hot charcoal grill!
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:49 AM
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The less you do with it the better, get a good steak with some nice marbling, olive oil, fresh cracked black pepper and kosher salt.

Look up Alton Browns method on Youtube.
I agree with this 100%
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:58 AM
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The less you do with it the better, get a good steak with some nice marbling, olive oil, fresh cracked black pepper and kosher salt.

Look up Alton Browns method on Youtube.
X2 but I add a hint of cayenne and garlic powder the. Sear it 1.5 min on each side high heat
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What's up with the olive oil?
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:39 PM
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1 - on both sides i salt and pepper the meat, cover in powdered mustard then wet with louisiana gold (a good bit). Sear it nice and crispy and cook to your liking.

Nice crispy outside with a great spice, but not nearly overpowering and the juicy ribeye flavor on the inside....

2 - season the meat with whatever, then soak it in ranch in a ziplock in the fridge. Grill like above

To me, a lot of marinade and such defeats the purpose of eating a ribeye. These recipes make a flavorful sear and preserve the juice and ribeye allure inside.

I also rotate 90 degrees during grilling to make some good looking, cross hatched grill marks.
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What's up with the olive oil?

I seen Alton Brown do it, I tried it and I've done it that way ever since. IMO it really can't be beat.
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The less you do with it the better, get a good steak with some nice marbling, olive oil, fresh cracked black pepper and kosher salt.

Look up Alton Browns method on Youtube.


Black iron skillet on the stove with rendered beef fat, salt, and pepper.
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Black iron skillet on the stove with rendered beef fat, salt, and pepper.
When are y'all going to be in the oil center again?
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you ruin a steak if you do anything to it other than age it,salt, pepper, and then sear it and cook for a little as possible IMO
High quality beef needs to taste like beef.
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Old 04-10-2013, 03:43 PM
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the olive oil helps to evenly distribute the heat when cooking is the reason i believe it is used
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Old 04-10-2013, 03:56 PM
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you ruin a steak if you do anything to it other than age it,salt, pepper, and then sear it and cook for a little as possible IMO
High quality beef needs to taste like beef.
Couldn't agree more, you want a steak to taste like a-1, eat a hamburger steak and save yourslef a few dollars.

I'd rather eat a bull red than a steak marinated in anything.
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you ruin a steak if you do anything to it other than age it,salt, pepper, and then sear it and cook for a little as possible IMO
High quality beef needs to taste like beef.

^This. A ribeye doesn't need anything fancy on it. Keep it simple and cook it to a nice medium rare. Overcook a steak and your better off eating the plate it's served on.
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Go to Heberts in Maurice and get you a steak. Marinade it in a little Italian dressing and Prudhommes pizza and pasta seasoning and grill it.
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^This. A ribeye doesn't need anything fancy on it. Keep it simple and cook it to a nice medium rare. Overcook a steak and your better off eating the plate it's served on.
Agreed!!
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A little pepper, some Head Country seasoning (light on seasoning) and, some charcoal.

Growing up in cattle country, to marinate a steak was like asking for steak sauce at the table...Completely tabboo! LOL!
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