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Ribeye Steaks with Homemade Garlic Butter Sauce

Ribeye Steaks with Homemade Garlic Butter Sauce

A great ribeye steak needs an equally great garlic butter sauce to dress it - here's our homemade garlic butter sauce recipe that will send your taste buds into a universe of flavor...

You Will Need

Tools & Materials

  • Coffee Grinder
  • Steak weight
  • Hasty Bake Ranger
  • Charcoal Chimney
  • Grill Grates
  • Meat thermometer
  • Charcoal Lighter
  • Potato masher
  • Sauce pot
  • Colander  

The Prep

Before anything else, let's prep the charcoal. Light 1 full charcoal chimney and get it started - if you're cooking on a gas or electric grill, skip this step.

While that's going on outside, trim your steaks the way you like. Then give the steaks a first coat of Classic Steak Rub, followed by a coat of Prime Steak Rub. Let the meat rest for at least 20 mins at room temp, giving it enough time to sweat through the seasoning.

Once the coals are completely covered in flames, dump them in your grill and spread them out evenly. While the pit is coming up to temp, bring a pot of water to a boil on your kitchen stove, and boil the (washed & trimmed) potatoes.

The Steak

Once the grill is hot enough, spray the grill grates with duck fat and let them heat up for 60 seconds. Then place each steak on the grill grate with a steak weight on top.

Shut the lid and let the steak cook for 1 min and 30 seconds, then rotate by 90 degrees. After another 1 minute 30 seconds, flip the steak over and repeat, this time basting the top with some Kerrygold butter. The steak should have a total cook time of 6 minutes up to this point.

At this point, check on the internal temperature of the steak with your meat thermometer. If you like yours medium rare -like us- it should be ready to go, having reached 130-135ºF (54-57ºC) internal temp.

If you want yours, move the steak to a cooler area of the pit for the remainder of the cook, either with a steak shelf, or by moving it away from the heat source. Cook until it reaches your desired doneness!

When the steak is done, pull it off the heat and rest for at least 10 minutes before serving.

The Garlic Butter Sauce

Begin by melting 1-2 tablespoons of butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Add minced garlic, stir, and cook until you can smell the garlic but before it browns (usually less than 1 minute).

Now add the remaining butter and SPG rub to the pan. Once the butter has melted, add lemon juice and continue to cook for an additional 30 seconds, stirring constantly. When done, remove the butter from the heat and (optionally) stir in the minced parsley.

The Payoff

Everything should be in place for you to enjoy a delicious grilled steak meal! Only thing left to do is mash those boiled potatoes, and put them next to that juicy, mouth-watering steak on your plate.

Lastly, pour the homemade garlic butter sauce over your steaks (and maybe your potatoes, too). Serve and enjoy.

We hope you liked this grilled ribeye steak and garlic butter sauce recipe as much as we did - catch you on the next one!

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