How to Broil a Rib-eye Steak

How to Broil a Rib-eye Steak

A rib-eye steak is a very favored cut of meat. This article shall let you know how to broil a rib-eye steak efficiently to give it the most flavor without consuming too much time.
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Rib-eye is known as Scotch fillet in New Zealand and Australia. It's a slice of meat cut from the rib section of a cow. This portion being very tender is easier to cut and cook. These steaks are loaded with extra tender fat that make the recipes so flavorful. The meat is sectioned into different portions and can be prepared either with bone or without it. Bone-in rib-eyes have popular names like tomahawk and cowboy rib-eye. The sections are then grilled, fried, broiled, or roasted and garnished with spices and sauces. In this article, you will be explained the general method of preparing a broiled rib-eye steak.
Broiling a rib-eye Steak: The General Technique
Steak recipes are simple and easy to prepare. All you need to know is the exact method of preparation and the temperature required for broiling. The rib section, when broiled without removing the bones forms a tastier main course dish as the fat that coats the bones enhances the flavor.
The upcoming content will help you to know how to broil a rib-eye steak in the oven. The process is very quick if you know the technique beforehand. The process depends on whether you are using a gas oven or an electric oven. The thickness of the steak will determine the cooking temperature and the taste will come from the marinade that is used. You have to be careful while grilling and the oven rack must be positioned on the top, at a distance of at least 4 inches from the heat source of the broiler. You will take lesser time if you broil or cook the steak in an electric toaster or broiler. The heat is applied for a brief period of time to get the desired results. The thickness of the steak is an important aspect for setting the temperature of the broiler. Broiling the steaks on the pan top is also known as pan broiling. It employs dry heat and is more of sautéing. Usually, the narrow slices of the steaks having 1 inch thickness take less time to boil. The following segment of the article shall explain you the temperature variation for rib-eye steaks.
Cooking beef ribs in the oven, is not at all a time taking process. The varieties are dark pink (rare), slightly pink (medium) and clear (medium well). To know the temperature, take a quick look at the table.
Type Thickness (inches) Time (mins)
Medium Well
(150 - 160ºF)
1 4 - 5
1 ¼ 6 - 7
1 3/4 8 - 9
Medium
(140 - 150ºF)
1 2 - 3
1 ¼ 4 - 5
1 3/4 6 - 7
Rare
(120 - 130ºF)
1 0 - 1
1 ¼ 2 - 3
1 3/4 4 - 5
Broiled Rib-Eye Steak Recipe

Here's presenting you with a quick rib eye roast recipe. The process will let you know the ideal method for broiling. Follow the steps, prepare it at your home, and enjoy.

Items Required
  • Rib-eye steak, 1
  • Olive oil, 2 tsp
  • Garlic powder,1 tsp
  • Thyme, 1 tsp
  • Black pepper, 1 tsp
  • Salt, 1 tsp
  • Rosemary, ¼ tsp
  • Tongs
  • Aluminum foil
  • Broiler pan
  • Bowl
Preparation
  1. The broiler should be preheated for 10-15 mins after covering with an aluminum foil.
  2. Combine the garlic powder, thyme, rosemary, pepper, and salt in a large bowl.
  3. Spread the olive oil on the steak and then it wrap with the other ingredients.
  4. Now keep the steaks on the broiling pan and place them inside the oven. Maintain a space of about 4 inches from the heating element.
  5. Set the temperature according to the data mentioned in the table above.
  6. Take it out when it has become soft and tender. Garnish it with your favorite toppings and serve.
Improvise the beef recipe with delicacies and different types of ingredients.