Matt was convinced that he has mastered grilling the perfect steak. We got some ribeye steaks from our good friends at Jones Creek Beef. Best meat you will ever eat! I just came up with that, I should be on their advertising team! Anyways, my hubby believes that when I marinade the steaks it takes away from the flavor so last time he took charge.
He rubbed the steaks with 1 tablespoon of Olive oil and then he seasoned it with a teaspoon of salt and pepper. Then he put a little olive oil on the grill. He claims anything more cooked than medium rare is just ruined. I like medium, but I don’t mind medium rare.
Then he placed the steaks on the grill for 4 to 5 minutes. The steaks will be golden brown and slightly charred (that’s my favorite part). Then you flip them over for about 4 to 5 minutes more. The internal temperature for a medium rare steak should be around 135 degrees Fahrenheit. Cook the meat for about 2 more minutes if you want the steak to be medium. Let the steak rest for about 2 to 3 minutes before cutting into it. That’s how we got the perfect steak!
We had a ton of leftovers and used the leftover meat for breakfast burritos. Which I forgot to take a picture of, but they were fantastic. Matt put some eggs mixed with about a teaspoon of salsa and cooked them up. When they were about done he threw in the meat to heat it up and then wrapped it in a tortilla and sprinkled some cheddar and top! It was so stinking good, we had it 3 days in a row.