Large Prime Ribeye Steak Cooking on Black Skillet

4 Prime Ribeye Steak Tips to Cook a Steakhouse-Worthy Meal

Who doesn’t love a perfect prime ribeye steak? If you plan on foregoing an expensive steak dinner at a restaurant and would much rather cook one yourself with our prime beef products, then you’re in luck! Here are some excellent tips to help you cook a prime ribeye steak at home.

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It Starts with the Prime Ribeye

The right cut of beef can make all the difference. At Chorizo De San Manuel, we only use top-quality cuts prepped with our customer’s appetites in mind. That means we don’t use any artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, or additives in our prime beef products.

Season Your Prime Ribeye Correctly

Bringing out the delicious natural juices and flavors is always the goal when cooking a steak, so there’s no need to over-season it. If you want to add extra flavor, though, then try our steak seasoning. Made with salt, garlic, onions, spices, and less than 2% soybean oil, our steak seasoning doesn’t contain any MSG. Don’t forget that you can purchase your steaks pre-seasoned, too!

Cooking Prime Ribeye on the Stove

If you’re cooking on a stove, then a cast-iron grill is recommended. This pan will evenly heat the meat.


  • Make sure the steak is completely thawed and at room temperature for 20 minutes before cooking.
  • Bring the skillet to medium heat and coat with a teaspoon of vegetable oil.
  • For a rare steak with a bright red center, cook for 6 to 10 minutes.
  • For a medium-rare steak with a pink center and tan surface, cook for 8 to 13 minutes.
  • For a medium steak with a light pink center and a brown surface, cook for 9 to 14 minutes.
  • For a medium-well steak with a light-colored center and brown surface, cook for 11 to 16 minutes.
  • When done, let it sit for a minute and serve.


Grilling Prime Ribeye Outdoors

If using an outdoor grill, be sure the meat is thawed. These times will also work for prime New York strips.


  • With a paper towel, dab the steak on both sides to absorb moisture and blood.
  • Place the steak over the hottest part of the barbecue grill and sear on both sides for 1 to 2 minutes. Afterward, reduce the heat or move the steak to a lower temperature area of the grill.
  • For a medium-rare steak, grill for 8 to 11 minutes and flip about halfway through the time.
  • For a medium steak, grill for 10 to 12 minutes and flip halfway through.
  • For a well-done steak, grill for 12 to 14 minutes and flip halfway through.


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Pick out your favorite cuts of meat and order steaks online today! Contact us with any questions!

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