How to Grill a Perfect Ribeye Steak on a Gas Grill
Remove steaks from the refrigeratorDo so at least 30 minutes before cooking (but no more than an hour).
Season steaksUse the rub of your choice. For a ribeye, simpler is usually better — even salt and pepper will do. Season steaks on all sides.
Clean your grill gratesUse a quality grill brush before cooking. How to Clean Grill Grates
Preheat your grillSet your grill to medium-high and create a two-zone fire.
Place ribeye steaks on the grillCook over direct heat for 4-5 minutes on each side for medium rare. Wonder why you need a two-zone setup? If your steaks are close to being done, you can move them over to the cold side of the grill. Use a meat thermometer to determine if you’ve cooked steaks the way you like them. Here are the temperatures you should keep in mind.
- 120° F = Rare
- 130° F = Medium rare
- 140° F = Medium
- 160° F = Well done
Remove steaks from grillLet steaks rest for five minutes. The juices will redistribute throughout the meat, producing tender, juicy results.
ServeServe with your favorite sides.
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