It’s Friday — time for What To Make With What’s On Sale! Sprouts has lots of great sales this week, including boneless ribeyes for $6.99/lb.
Of course, ribeye steaks are great on the grill, but there are other tasty ways to prepare a ribeye, too. Here are five recipe ideas!
Alton Brown’s 5-star Pan-Seared Rib-Eye is simple: steak, oil, salt, and pepper. The recipe requires a 500-degree oven and a cast-iron skillet (which I don’t have — but after reading the rave reviews on this recipe, I’m thinking about getting one!)
Here’s another way to prepare this cut of steak in the oven: Pan Roasted Cowboy Ribeye with Creamed Swiss Chard. The ribeye is cooked at a lower temperature, 350 degrees, and topped with creamed chard and an herbed bread crumb mixture.
If you want to make your ribeye stretch a little farther, try a homemade Philly Cheesesteak sandwich. This recipe calls for leftover grilled steak that’s sliced and reheated with the peppers and onions.
This Grilled Fajita Steak Salad with Pickled Onions looks yummy, and the marinade would be great for steak fajitas as well.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try this delicious Korean dish, Dol Sot Bi Bim Bap (“hot stone bowl with mixed rice.”) The recipe might seem a bit intimidating, but first of all, you don’t have to use hot stone bowls unless you want to be traditional. Also, glutinous “sticky” rice isn’t necessary; use whatever type of rice you prefer. And the amount and type of veggies is up to you. This recipe calls for a raw egg on top, but many bi bim bap recipes use a fried or over-easy egg (which I prefer!)
What’s your favorite way to prepare a ribeye?
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