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2023-07-10 09:17:05

Rib Eye Steak Reverse Sear for Perfect Cooking _ Extra Tender _ No thermometer Method

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Hi , I'm Rebecca brand and we're making reverse seared rib eye steak .

Reverse searing is the best way to make the interior of your steak to be just the way you want it and have that medium rare , which is the way I like it go all the way out to the edge .

My recipe today is not gonna take a meat thermometer and that's because I'm going to use a nice thick cut of rib eye , but I'm gonna give you the time .

So , you know exactly how long to cook it .

So it's perfectly medium rare .

If you were to sear your steaks first and then put them in the oven , you are not going to get the look of this because the searing is gonna take longer .

And the reason is the interior of your steak is cold .

Therefore , cooling down the cast iron skillet or your frying pan by heating your steaks up in the interior to about 110 degrees .

And that's what this method is gonna give you whether you have that meat thermometer or not .

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You can then get your hot frying pan and quickly get the outer crust going and another that happens is the oven has dried and desiccated the exterior of your steak causing it to fry up fast without a lot of liquid .

That would be kind of boiling the first layer of your steak .

Reverse searing is brilliant .

Let's get started .

I have two rib eyes .

I got them from butcher box .

That's a new meat subscription service .

I get this delivered once a month .

It comes right to my door .

I wanted the mixed grill box .

So after I took out the insulation , all that meat came to me frozen .

Even though I've been sitting outside for a while in the box .

I found ground beef .

A lot of chicken breast , New York strip steaks , filet , mignon rib eye steaks .

And that's what I'm making today .

And a slab of bacon with butcher box .

You get a slab of bacon for life .

I took the rib eyes out .

I let them defrost naturally on my counter .

I washed them .

Then I patted them dry and that's what they look like .

Now it's time to add the seasonings .

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I'm gonna add some salt to both and a dash of pepper lightly .

Give them a rub and do the flip and repeat salt and a little pepper rub down .

And I happen to have some rosemary in my garden .

So I'm just sprinkling some on top .

I don't like too much of a spice of the rosemary on the beef , but I do like it a little bit infused .

Pat .

Pat pat .

I'm gonna add some olive oil to a baking sheet and smear it around in time for the transfer in the center of the pan .

It goes , I space them .

I want a little air in between each and I'm gonna put some olive oil on top because that's gonna be great when it hits a frying pan anyways .

So , I smear that around too .

I've preheated my oven to 200 degrees in .

She goes for that half inch steak .

Turn a timer on for 30 minutes .

It's been exactly 30 minutes .

I'm going to prove to you .

I got the temperature right out .

She comes those look great .

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So now I'm gonna turn on my cast iron skillet to high and let it heat up .

So let's check that internal temperature just so , you know , my method works .

1 17 , 1 15 is what I'm aiming for .

That's not bad .

So , into the hot skillet , it's gonna go 12 , you need that skillet super hot because you want to get a quick sear on each of the sides .

So I'm leaving my stove on high .

You can see that there's not much moisture on the top of these steaks and that's just going to help get you that sear .

Don't move it around in the pan though .

Because if you do , you're going to disrupt the searing , you're going to leave it in there for about one minute and then we're going to peak .

That's seared .

So up and over she's going to go clip stovetop is great .

But if you have a grill , you can even make it sear faster , which is going to keep more of a center of medium rare American stovetop .

Don't really get that hot .

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So that's why we had to preheat our cast iron skillet .

And after one minute dun Chung , you need to let it rest for five minutes .

So the juices don't come all out with the first cut .

Time to cut .

Oh , yeah , that looks great .

Maybe that's a little more to the medium side .

What do you think ?

Let's try it and find out how it tastes .

Mm .

That's delicious .

And what you also get with that method is a more tender interior because you're cooking it slower than you would if you'd cook the whole thing on the frying pan , collect the link to get your butcher box subscription and get your free of bacon for life for free .

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Thanks for watching .

I'm Rebecca brand .

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Let's keep making great recipes in life .

Like a really good reverse your method .

Steak beef .

Guess what's for dinner ?

Oh , yum .


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