Perfect Cast Iron Ribeye with Garlic and Herb Compound Butter

There is nothing quite like a juicy, ribeye steak. For the part of the year where your barbecue is covered in snow, this perfect cast iron ribeye is the solution to your ribeye cravings.


Step-by-step Instructions!

Follow our easy instructions for success!

Using a paper towel, dry off both sides of the steak. You want to get rid of any extra moisture off of the steak, so you get a nice sear on the outside.

In a mixing bowl, mix together the ingredients for the compound butter. Put the butter in the fridge while preparing the steak.

Season both sides of the steak liberally with sea salt and coarse ground black pepper.

Sear the steaks in olive oil. For medium, cook for approximately 5 minutes each side. Once your steak is done to your desired done-ness, rest the steak with a tented foil.