Ribeye Steak, Bone-In Recipe



Anyone wants to eat steak?! A yummy bone-in rib eye steak?! This is how you prepare it:


2 bone-in rib eye steaks (must be ¾ to 1 inch thick)

Sea salt for seasoning

Olive oil for seasoning

Crushed pepper corn for seasoning

2 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar


  • Prepare bone-in rib eye steak.
    1. If it is taken from the fridge, let it thaw a bit before seasoning.
  • Season it with sea salt on both sides.
  • Rub some olive oil on both sides.
  • Salt the steak again and pour some crushed peppercorns on both sides.
  • Press these seasoning on the steak.
    1. This is to assist the seasoning in penetrating the meat.
  • Set the seasoned steak aside for at least 30 minutes or until it reaches room temperature (if taken from the fridge).

You can grill your rib-eye steak. You can cook it in a broiler. You can also pan sear it.

  • Start heating up your grill or broiler.
  • When the grill or broiler is very hot, throw in your bone-in rib eye steak.
    1. Really hot grill or broiler will quickly cook your steak and seal its juices in.
    2. Use tongs or your hands in throwing your steak in the grill or broiler. DO NOT USE FORK.
  • Forks puncture the steak and it will cause the steak juices to leak out.
  • It would take at least 3 minutes for each side to cook as under medium before you flip the steak on its other side.
    1. If this is your first time to grill or broil a rib-eye steak, it is helpful to use a poker thermometer on the steak to get a reading on how it is cooked.
      1. 140 degrees would result to a medium rare steak.
      2. 160 degrees would result to a medium steak.
      3. 180 degrees would result to a well done steak.
  • When the steak is done cooking, take it out of the heat and place it on a glass plate to let out its excess juice. Let it rest for at least 3 minutes.
  • Separate the steak from its excess juice. Do not throw out the excess juice.
  • Heat up a pan in high temperature.
  • Mix the excess juice with 2 table spoon of balsamic vinegar and pour the mixture on the pan.
  • The poured mixture will instantly sizzle on the very hot pan. It will start caramelizing instantly.
  • Let the mixture caramelize for 10 seconds and pour it over the rib eye steak and serve.


This recipe is good for two people.

You can serve the steak with potatoes, either mashed or shoe stringed, and pair it with a perfect red wine to pleasure your palette.

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