Steak Rub Recipe for Ribeyes

Steak Rub Recipe for Ribeyes


Premium Rib Rub for Rib Eye Steak Grill brings joy and bliss all wrapped into one meal.

Ingredients Steak Rub Rib Eye Recipe:

Clean and wash your steaks. Pat dry to remove any carton debris. Prepare steaks by placing on 2 long strips of aluminum foil on a cutting board. Place 1 steak on the foil and coat generously with Jake's Tri-Tip, Steak and Rib Rub. Wrap steaks with aluminum foil and place in cool, dry location in refrigerator. Prepare Barbecue grill with charcoal. Evenly spread charcoal around the grill. Start charcoal, let burn until all briquettes are ashed white.

Hold the steak rub recipe aside until the barbeque grill is ready at least 30 minutes. Continue preparing the grill until the charcoals have turned white. Follow by taking a paper towel or cloth and coating it with the olive oil. Rub the olive oil from the towel or cloth onto the grill plate coating each runner as much as possible. The olive oil helps season the barbecue grill and keeps the steaks from sticking during the cooking process.

TO GRILL: Prepare the barbecue grill to a very hot temperature. The hotter the grill, the more tender the beef. Place steaks on grill and allow them to cook halfway through. Searing the meat increases tenderness. Turn the meat with long-handled tongs (for easier handling and to prevent the loss of juices which occurs when meat is punctured with a fork) and finish grilling to degree of doneness desired.

This delicious Steak Rub Rib Eye Recipe is a real crowd pleaser! 

The statement crowd pleaser is a true understatement.  The resulting ribeyes are excellent and wonderful at just about any time.  When we get the chance we select some of the finest ribeyes we can get our hands on and get them ready for a next day grill.  We like to marinate the ribeyes at least 12 hours before so their nice and tender and waiting.  We clean off any excess marinade and discard what we used to keep the food safety aspect intact.  Once the meats are ready we follow the steps above for our grill.  Sometimes I will change up the wood smoke to Hickory or Alder which are very pleasing.  One of the best and simplest woods I've used was grapevine.  The wood was extremely pleasant is smell and the aromas on the meat were perfect for grilling.  Yes, Ribeyes are excellent and a real crowd pleaser.  

Cooking Tips For Filet Mignon, Strip Steaks and Ribeyes

Thickness Doneness Grill Pre-Heated Oven Broiler
1 inch Rare 6 mins 10 mins
  Medium 10 mins 15 mins
1-1/2 inch Rare 10-12 mins 10 mins
  Medium 15-18 mins 15 mins
2 inch Rare 15 mins 30 mins
  Medium 20 mins 40 mins

* Listed above are total cooking times; obviously these estimates depend on heat of fire. Be sure to designate half of the time for either side.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 September, 2017.