Ribeye

AuthorDanny EckesCategory, DifficultyBeginner

Indulge in a savory ribeye steak while you listen to the soulful sounds of St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Top the single pan dinner off with a glass of North Coast's Pranqster. This dish is sure to gain heavy rotation in playlist or recipes. I've had the pleasure of seeing St. Paul a few times. The most memorable was at the Fox in Oakland. Give the pairing try and let me know how it turns out!

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Yields2 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time35 mins

Direction

Prep
1

Clean and cut new potatoes in half.
Rince Broccolini and trim off bad parts.
Leave the meat in the refrigerator until ready to cook.

2

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Steak and Sides
3

Heat 10" Cast Iron Frypan over medium to medium-high heat.
Pull meat from refrigerator and season both sides with Montreal Steak and Chop Seasoning to taste.
Once the pan is hot, add 2 tbsp of olive oil.

4

Add potatoes and whole cloves of garlic to the pan.
Mix them in the oil and Salt and Pepper to taste.
Cook for 3-5 minutes.
Move to one side of the pan.

5

Add 1 tbsp butter to the empty side of the pan
Place Steak on its fatty side down in the butter (Ribeye will have a ribbon of fat along one side, you want to render that first).
Render the fat for 2-3 minutes or until your liking.

6

Place steak on the flesh side after the fatty side is rendered.
Sear Ribeye for 3-4 minutes then, flip and sear the other side for 3-4 minutes.
Ensure that you are searing the steak to create a crust and not cooking the steak.

7

Place Boccolini on top of the potatoes.
Add a scoop of the garlic parsley butter over potatoes and broccolini.
Place a scoop of garlic parsley butter to the top of the steak.
Place pan on the top rack of the oven and cook 10-12 minutes or until done.
Check the firmness of steak depending on how well done you like your steak.

8

Pull the pan from oven and let the steak rest for a minute.
Serve meat, potatoes, and broccolini.

Ingredients

 1 lb Ribeye Steak
 8 New Potatoes (finger length, halfed)
 1 Broccolini (bunch)
 5 Garlic Cloves
 2 tbsp Olive Oil
 Salt and Pepper
Cookware
Pairing

Directions

Prep
1

Clean and cut new potatoes in half.
Rince Broccolini and trim off bad parts.
Leave the meat in the refrigerator until ready to cook.

2

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Steak and Sides
3

Heat 10" Cast Iron Frypan over medium to medium-high heat.
Pull meat from refrigerator and season both sides with Montreal Steak and Chop Seasoning to taste.
Once the pan is hot, add 2 tbsp of olive oil.

4

Add potatoes and whole cloves of garlic to the pan.
Mix them in the oil and Salt and Pepper to taste.
Cook for 3-5 minutes.
Move to one side of the pan.

5

Add 1 tbsp butter to the empty side of the pan
Place Steak on its fatty side down in the butter (Ribeye will have a ribbon of fat along one side, you want to render that first).
Render the fat for 2-3 minutes or until your liking.

6

Place steak on the flesh side after the fatty side is rendered.
Sear Ribeye for 3-4 minutes then, flip and sear the other side for 3-4 minutes.
Ensure that you are searing the steak to create a crust and not cooking the steak.

7

Place Boccolini on top of the potatoes.
Add a scoop of the garlic parsley butter over potatoes and broccolini.
Place a scoop of garlic parsley butter to the top of the steak.
Place pan on the top rack of the oven and cook 10-12 minutes or until done.
Check the firmness of steak depending on how well done you like your steak.

8

Pull the pan from oven and let the steak rest for a minute.
Serve meat, potatoes, and broccolini.

“St. Paul and the Broken Bone”-less Rib-Eye
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