Perfect grilled Ribeye

Amber Crisswell


I would just love the world to experience a good steak... My husband loves a good steak but will not order one in a restaurant because they seem to mess it up each and every time.

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1 Hr


15 Min


1.5 inch ribeye
lawry's season salt
lawry's garlic pepper
lea & perrins worchestershire sauce
everyone is different on there amount of seasonings so i will not give an exact amount, i put about 5 shakes of worchestershire on each side of steak and i'll leave the amount of season salt & garlic pepper up to you...

Directions Step-By-Step

The perfect steak is not hard to make. Many of my friends have wondered how I make it so well, so now I will let the secret out. There is no secret to making a perfect steak, It's one of the easiest things to grill and get it right each and every time...

Start out by getting your steaks out of the fridge and letting your meat come to room temp (this goes for any meat heading to the grill) I will let mine set out for no less then 1.5 hours (don't go over 2 hours) Season and let be, when it's been at least 1 hour turn your grill on high (I use gas so that is what my time is going by) let it get hot (I say no less than 10 minutes) at this time my grill is 400 + deg. Place your steak on the grill and set a timer for 6 minutes DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT TOUCH THE STEAK LEAVE IT ALONE dont move it don't poke it stab it just leave it be, when the timer goes off turn the steak and set timer for 4 - 5 minutes at this point you will have a perfectly cooked medium rare beautiful ribeye (if you don't do medium rare you may cook it a little longer but I'm not responsible & can not promise a good outcome lol (but to be honest even though I should not say it out loud a well done steak should not look, smell, or taste like burned shoe leather it is possible to make a well done steak without making it a crispy mess)Once you have removed your steak from the grill let it rest for 5 minutes (trust me it's worth the wait) because then the juice will stay in the meat and not run all over your plate. Now set back and enjoy your masterpiece...

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef
Other Tag: Quick & Easy