These Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks with Roasted Garlic Herb Butter are the most spectacular, melt in your mouth, grilled perfection you could ever ask for!
If this meal would be my last, I would be a happy soul.
We wait so long in the Midwest to have nice enough weather to be able to fire up the grill and get a good steak sizzling on it, we may as well go with the best. And in my humble opinion, the best is the Rib-Eye. You just can’t find anything else that is so juicy, flavorful, and practically cut it with a butter knife tender.
Do not skimp on quality you want nice thick steaks with good fat marbling throughout. We always have good luck finding nice steaks at Costco or a top notch butcher shop. Fresh never frozen is a must. It’s not something your going to eat everyday, so you might as well do it right when you can.
You just can’t walk in any restaurant and expect this kind of quality without it costing a small fortune, and it’s not hard to do at home. It only takes a small amount of planning and not much cooking time. Rib-Eye steak is delicious on it’s own, but adding the Roasted Garlic Herb Butter on top will take it to a whole new level. It will take longer to build the fire than it does to cook the steaks, that’s if your doing right. And it’s going to have way more flavor on a charcoal grill than a gas grill (some people may say otherwise; but this is our opinion).
Roasting the garlic in the skins only takes a couple minutes till it gets nice and tender. It wakes up the garlic and brings out all of it’s flavor. You can place the garlic on a piece of foil, just turn it with tongs a couple times. Then peel it and dice it after it’s cooled a bit to add to the herb butter. The smoke adds so much more flavor it’s worth the extra effort to build a fire if it’s at all possible.
So whether your having guests you want to impress or just really want to have the best steak possible for Fathers day or a special occasion. This my friends is the be all end all of Grilled Rib-Eye with Roasted Garlic Herb Butter you could ever dream of!
What can you serve with this Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks with Roasted Garlic Herb Butter?
- Oil the grate on your grill before lighting and let the smoke burn off before using. Do NOT oil grates over any heat source that is already burning, as this is VERY dangerous and WILL flare up and most likely burn you!
- After lighting you charcoal, let the fire burn down some. White ash will form on the charcoal after about 15-20 minutes. This is when you want to knock the fire down.
- If using a gas grill prepare for high, direct heat.
- Some good tips to follow if your new to grilling can be found on this page: How to grill steak
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