About this item
- 100% USDA Choice Angus Beef
- Cut from U.S. grain-fed cattle
- Perfect for grilling or oven cooking
- Hand selected for optimal marbling for tenderness and flavor
Enjoy the tender, juicy flavor of USDA Choice Angus Beef Ribeye Steak. These hand-cut and hand-selected steaks are 100% Angus with the ideal amount of marbling for tenderness and flavor.
Discover USDA Choice Angus Beef
When you choose USDA Choice Angus Beef Ribeye Steak, you're choosing high-quality meat made from rib cuts. These steaks are suited for dry-heat cooking methods and result in juicy, flavorful and tender steaks. This quality of meat lets you serve memorable meals for special occasions or whenever you feel like firing up the grill. With the USDA Choice grade, you know you're getting quality meat for everyone to enjoy. These steaks are also from grain-fed cows, which gives the meat a natural and vibrant flavor in every bite.
How Do You Prepare Angus Beef Ribeye Steaks in the Oven?
USDA Choice Angus Beef Ribeye Steak is ideal for preparing in the oven or on the grill. For medium-rare steaks, coat the meat with oil and your favorite seasonings. Since these steaks are flavorful, salt and black pepper are ideal for bringing out its true flavor. Sear the steaks over high heat in a cast iron skillet for 30 seconds per side. Bake them in a 500°F oven for two minutes per side. For optimal juiciness and flavor, let the steaks rest before serving. For a medium steak, add one extra minute per side in the oven. For rare, have a meat thermometer available and cook in the oven until the internal temperature reaches 125°F.
How Do You Grill Boneless Ribeye Steak?
Season the Angus steaks with salt and pepper, or go with your own favorite flavorings. For gas grills, preheat to medium-high. On a charcoal grill, use around 100 briquets to reach a high temperature, and make sure all of the vents are open during the heat-up process. For medium rare, beef ribeye steaks should cook for 3-4 minutes per side on a charcoal grill, or 2-3 minutes on a gas grill. Make sure to use your meat thermometer to test the internal temperature for the preferred level of doneness.