How To Cook Rib Steak
This is how to cook rib steak. When you are serving ribs at a party or barbecue each person must be served his or her own cut of rib. A good cut of the rib should be juicy and go well with the other ingredients being prepared for the meal. It may sound unusual but trust me, once you learn how to grill rib steak you will never go back to eating meat loins again. And that is a promise I will keep!
To begin, you need to gather the following things: You will need a beef fat roll (these can be purchased at your local grocery store), a paper bag, a brush, a fork, and a toothbrush. Before you begin cooking ensure that your bristle brush is clean. Place the rolled-up fat directly on the toothbrush and wipe off the excess fat. Once you have removed the excess fat, lay the paper bag flat on a cutting board.
Next, use the fork to draw the steak out of the fat. Make sure you draw each slice completely out.
Then, lay the steak on the cutting board and slice it crosswise through the paper bag. Once you have finished slicing the steak crosswise, you should now have one clean slice. Now, you should draw a line down the center of this slice just to make it easier to identify the meat. Remember, once you have identified the piece of meat, you will then draw a line down the side of it to determine where you will place each slice.
Once you have drawn your line, lay your prepared steak on top of the lines. Brush a thin coat of vegetable oil on the steak and then use the fork to take each piece and move them towards the center. Once all of the steaks have been moved to the center, use your brush to apply the fat-free oil and place the steak over it. Make sure the entire surface of the steak is coated with the oil and allow it to become slightly darker. Let the oil sit for a few minutes to become completely saturated and you are done!
Some of the most difficult questions about how to cook rib steak are the ones dealing with sauces.
You can use a barbecue sauce as the marinade for your rib steak, or you can choose to make your own. Of course, you will have to choose the right barbecue sauce for the kind of rib that you are cooking – mild, medium, or hot.
For medium-rare rib steaks, a mixture of one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce and two cups of water can be used. For very rare steaks, use just one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce and one tablespoon of liquid smoke. These kinds of recipes call for a thickening agent like liquid smoke. If you are looking to dress up your rib steak, be sure to take a moment to brush a thin coating of flour on the outside of the meat to help it stick to the pan. Let the meat finish cooking in its own natural juices for a couple of minutes before flipping.
Once you have finished cooking your rib dishes, you will notice that the outside of the meat will start to dry.
It is time to remove it from the heat source, slice it up and serve. Many people prefer to serve their rib dishes immediately, but if you want to make them more appealing, you can add some ice and let them stand for a few minutes. When you serve it, be sure to serve it quickly so that the juices have time to seep into the meat and bring out all of its flavors.
There are dozens of excellent recipes for how to cook rib steak. But these are just a few of the basics that you can start with. Just remember that the rib is relatively easy to grill and is a great choice for any kind of steak or seafood dish. It also doesn’t take long at all to prepare, and it’s always delicious when served. What more could you ask for?