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Steak Recipes

Updated on February 14, 2009

Worlds Best Ribeye Steak Recipe

I have been told many times that I make the best rib eye steaks on earth. I have made them at Restaurants where I worked and for family and friends and they all agree that they truly are the best rib eyes they have ever eaten. And guess what I am going to share my recipe with you.

Just follow along and before you know it you will be eating the best rib eyes you will ever eat.

First of all buy good rib eyes with good marbling. See the photo of the raw rib eyes above. Your rib eyes should look similar to these for the best flavor.

Buy Good Seasonings Italian Dressing and place your rib eyes in a plastic container with lid. Pour your bottle of Italian Dressing over the rib eyes. Place the lid on the container and put into the refrigerator. About every two hours over the next 8 hours turn your rib eyes over in the plastic pan.  To cook your rib eyes you will need.

Fresh Ground Black Pepper

Fresh Ground Sea Salt

Fresh Ground Garlic, Dry , Be Sure Its Fresh

Soy Sauce


If you are going to do the rib eyes on the grill place them on a plate and spread a teaspoon of butter on each side of each rib eye. Now sprinkle each side of each rib eye with fresh ground black pepper, fresh ground sea salt and powdered garlic. ( Powdered Garlic Not Garlic Salt ) Cook your rib eyes to the degree of doneness you want. And in the last three to five minutes of cooking time sprinkle your rib eyes with soy sauce.

And I guarantee you that if you follow my recipe carefully you will have the best rib eyes you will ever eat. If you make the rib eye recipe on this page post a comment below and let us all know what you think of the rib eyes.

Post your comment about my world famous rib eye recipe now.

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    • gss profile image


      12 years ago from Florida

      This sounds like a delicious recipe... will have to try it.

    • sabrebIade profile image


      12 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Well I can tell you that it really sounds great. Now to actually try it. Better on an outside grill right?

    • Julie-Ann Amos profile image

      Julie-Ann Amos 

      12 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      Mmmm steak... I'm on a meat free diet right now so NOT the best time for this hub - but I've never really eaten much ribeye, prefer fillet, so I must try it when I eat meat again.


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