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Thin Sliced Ribeye Recipes

A simple cut of steak cooked to juicy perfection is the foundation for delicious meals. Steaks are a staple in any kitchen and can be prepared in numerous ways.

Ribeye steaks are easy to cook and can be made into a number of different dishes. Here are a few of our favorite thin sliced ribeye recipes to try out at home!

Ribeye Steak Tacos

Ribeye steak tacos are quick and easy to prepare. They’re also healthier than most restaurant tacos and are made with ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. They’re a great option for entertaining a crowd or simply for dinner with your family.

To make this easy recipe, start by slicing thin strips of meat and rubbing them with a simple chili lime rub. The rub includes chipotle chili powder, ground cumin, salt, pepper and garlic powder. It’s a great seasoning combination that works well on steak.

The lime juice will add plenty of fresh flavor to the beef and helps keep it tender and juicy. However, it’s important to marinate the ribeye in the lime juice for no longer than 30 minutes, or the meat will get mushy.

Another way to give these ribeye steak tacos a bit of extra zing is by adding hot sauce. A little goes a long way, but you can also use a blend of hot sauces if you want.

If you prefer a milder heat, you can try using ancho chili powder in the spice mix. It’s milder than cayenne and measures 1,000-2,000 Scoville heat units (SHU), compared to cayenne’s 30,000-50,000 SHU.

Once your ribeye steak has been marinated in the lime juice, it’s ready to grill or braise. You can also pan-fry the steak, just make sure to keep an eye on it so it doesn’t burn or get mushy.

To serve, stack a handful of the grilled tomato salsa on a warmed corn tortilla along with some chopped cabbage and cilantro and garnish with a squeeze of lime. If you’re feeling really creative, you can even pour some Mexican crema over the top of your tacos for a savory finish!

For an even more flavorful twist, you can sprinkle some of the chopped pineapple over your tacos for a sweet tang. The sweetness will complement the smoky flavors of the steak and add a nice contrast to the spicy chili lime rub.

Ribeye Steak with Caramelized Onions

A steak with caramelized onions is the perfect combination of smoky and sweet flavors. It’s an easy meal that can be made for a special occasion, or even just a night in with friends.

The key to a great steak is to cook it slowly and never overcook it. This allows the juices to redistribute in the meat, rather than running out onto your plate and leaving you with dry steak.

Before grilling, use a meat mallet to tenderize the steak by pounding the meat thin. This process helps prevent the meat from becoming tough, which is a common problem with thick cuts of beef.

While the steak is cooking, prepare the caramelized onions in a skillet over medium heat. You’ll need to cook the onions over low or medium-low heat, so be sure to stir them frequently.

When the onions have softened, add some sugar and vinegar, then simmer them until they’re golden and caramelized. You can also add some honey if you like.

Once the onions are done, serve them with the steak and top them with a compound butter, blue cheese crumbles, fresh green onion and some more caramelized onions! The combination of the salty, smoky steak with the earthy butter and the sweet onions and herbs makes this dish a winner!

The best way to ensure that your steak is cooked evenly is to always keep an instant-read thermometer on hand. If the steak is too rare, remove it from the grill and rest it for a few minutes before slicing it.

This will help the steak reach an internal temperature of 125 degrees F, which is the ideal medium-rare for this recipe. This will give your steak a more flavorful, juicy texture.

If you’re a fan of steak, you’ll love this recipe for sauteed ribeye with a garlic rub and balsamic onions! This recipe will be a hit at your next dinner party.

Before you begin cooking the steak, season it with salt and pepper, then smear each side of the steak with a bit of butter. You can also use a marinade that has garlic powder, paprika, and balsamic vinegar in it to give the steak an extra kick of flavor.

Ribeye Steak with Garlic Butter

Ribeye steaks are one of the most popular cuts of beef because they are delicious, juicier, and easier to grill. This recipe for ribeye steak with garlic butter is perfect for summer grilling season!

First, marinate a ribeye steak in olive oil with salt and pepper for 30 minutes. This allows the flavors to permeate the meat and make it more tender and flavorful. Once the marinade has cooled, you can then grill it!

Then, grill it on a medium heat for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side. This will give you a medium rare or rare steak that is cooked to your preference. Then, you can remove it from the grill and let it rest for 10 minutes.

Now, you can serve this amazing grilled ribeye with garlic butter to your friends and family! It’s an easy meal to prepare and is a crowd pleaser!

If you have a cast iron skillet, you can cook this in it to get that incredible sear. However, you can also use any heavy-duty pan that will withstand high heat to get the same results!

You can also try grilling ribeye steaks on the stove top, although this requires a little more skill to achieve that gorgeous sear. You’ll want to pat your steaks dry with a paper towel before adding them to the pan, and make sure you have a lot of high-temperature oil in the pan so that the steaks don’t stick.

When you add your ribeye steaks to the hot pan, you’ll want to cook them for about 3-4 minutes on each side. After that, flip them over and baste them with a mixture of butter, garlic, thyme, and rosemary. Then, you’ll continue to baste them and cook them for another 3-4 minutes or until they reach your desired doneness.

Then, you can simply transfer the steaks to a platter and cover with foil for about 10 minutes. When you’re ready to eat, cut it into thin slices and garnish with the garlic herb butter.

There are lots of delicious side dishes that will pair perfectly with this grilled ribeye with garlic butter! You can try Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes or Grilled Asparagus in Foil to go with this incredibly tasty steak.

Ribeye Steak with Shabu-Shabu

The thin sliced ribeye steak has become one of the most popular cuts of beef, thanks to its impressive flavor. This cut has ribbons of fat throughout the meat, making it incredibly tender. Ribeye is also known for its eye-catching marbling, which adds another level of richness to the steak.

The best shabu-shabu recipes start with the right ingredients. The key is using high-quality craft beef, such as our ribeye from Gebbers Cattle Co (available on Crowd Cow) that can be sliced thinly and cooked quickly in the table-top burner you’ll find in most kitchens.

Next, you’ll need a good broth. This should be made with dashi kombu, a dried seaweed found in Japan that’s loaded with umami goodness.

Lastly, you’ll need the right vegetables. Enoki mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, nappa cabbage, bok choy, green onions and firm tofu are all great choices for the dish.

Shabu-shabu is a fun and easy dish to prepare. You can cook it with friends and family for a delicious meal that is sure to be the hit of your next dinner party. In fact, you can even order it for delivery! If you’re looking for a memorable night out with the family, you won’t be disappointed by this Japanese hot pot. With just a few simple steps, you’ll be ready to enjoy your own version of the shabu smurf. You’ll probably want to make it again before you move on to something else! The best part is that you’ll be able to share the recipe with friends and family. And, best of all, it won’t break the bank! It’s an affordable and fun dish that will be a hit with your whole family.

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