Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Asian Grilled Ribeye Steak

I hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! We had a wonderful time getting together with my brothers and their families. One of my brothers has a photography blog, My Viewfinder . He snapped lots of pictures and if I know him, he'll post lots photos this week.
Ribeyes are one of my favorite cuts of steaks. I love the marbling which equals taste and tenderness in my book. The marinade is simple and flavorful and the Asian inspiration just adds another dimension when combined with that outdoors flavors obtained from grilling. Try this marinade on pork chops or pork ribs! This is a keeper for summertime grilling.
Let's get started on the marinade -


In a large shallow dish, sprinkle 2 tablespoons of McCormick's Montreal Grill Seasoning.

Add in 1/4 cup of soy sauce. I used Tamari dark soy sauce but regular soy sauce will work fine too.
Now add in 1 tablespoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes.
Add 2 teaspoons of sesame oil and a little drizzle of vegetable oil.
Mix in 2 cloves of minced garlic and 2 chopped scallions.
Place the ribeyes in the marinade and turn to coat. Let them marinate for approximate 10 minutes per side. Then place them on heated grill and discard the marinade.

Grill about 5 minutes per side for rare and about 8 minutes per side for medium rare.


40 comments:

Carol @ TheWritersPorch said...

Katherine...that really sounds good.We butcher our own organic beef and when it turns warm, we do alot of grilling. I'm always looking for ways to change things up! Thanks!

Selba said...

It's really so Asian with the soy sauce and sesame oil! The steak looks so wonderful delicious :)

doggybloggy said...

leave mine bloody and I will be right over - I will check out your brothers blog too!

Cathy said...

I agree about ribeyes - my favourite quick meal is a grilled rib eye with a fried egg on top (runny yolks please). Your marinade looks great!

girlichef said...

I haven't had a ribeye in years...I don't know why, though. This looks soooo good!

Cairo Typ0 said...

That looks tasty! I like teh idea of steaks with a nice asian flavour. :)

Ashley @ The Happy Little Home said...

That looks so good!! We were planning on having Flank Steak this week. Maybe I'll try it on that :)

Debbie said...

Sounds like a great marinade. Love trying different ones and all the flavors!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Sounds like a terrific marinade. Thanks for turning me on to Montreal Grill Seasoning. My husband love it.
Cheers,
Sam

gigi said...

Sounds yummy, I love ribeyes as well. Always tender and good. Glad yall had a fun weekend and are safely back home.
Smiles.

Chris said...

Usually I'm pretty set on my beef rub but I KNOW I will be trying this one. Every flavor you added, I was nodding along, "Yep! Yeah, I'd add that too. Uh huh!"

Marjie said...

Looks like a wonderful weekend was had by all! And your brother has a picture of your AJ up - what's up with that? Where is Katherine?

Chef E said...

Ribeye is my favorite cut! No doubt about it you have 'beef'ed it up a notch, and I want some...

Pam said...

Ribeye steak is my VERY favorite steak. I love the sound of your marinade.

5 Star Foodie said...

Wonderful marinade for this delicious looking steak!

Mary said...

The rib eye is a great steak that I'm sure was made better still by your marinade. Looks luscious! Have a wonderful day.

moderate sherri said...

wonderful marinade. can't wait to try it.

the ungourmet said...

My husband would be a very happy man if I made this! The flavors sound amazing and the end results looks delicious! Nice!

Rachel said...

Stopping by from SITS! I could go for a good steak right about now :) Your recipes look DELICIOUS!

Alisa - Frugal Foodie said...

That looks so delicious. I love anything with Asian inspired flavors!

buffalodick said...

Rib-eyes are my favorite also! I do like to cut my own off a loin, as thick cut, I fix one way, and thin cut can be sauteed.. the marbling is the key, indeed!

Reeni♥ said...

What a wonderfully flavorful marinade! Makes for some mouth-watering steaks!

Maria said...

Love the Asian twist!

phanitha said...

This sounds delicious..

Calm In The Kitchen said...

This marinade sounds wonderful! I don't do enough Asian cooking...but I do have all of these ingredients!

Sara said...

To me, there is not much that's better than a grilled steak. I have some new york strips in the freezer, I think I'll try this with them.

The Blonde Duck said...

Steak and pictures--what a perfect combination!

Cheryl said...

Ribeyes are my fav too! I must try that marinade I love it!

Katy ~ said...

Looks mouth-watering good! We enjoy the Asian flavors here as well. Delicious post.

Chow and Chatter said...

looks great

Kristen said...

I love grilling season, discovering everyone elses wonderful marinades - looks wonderful!

onlinepastrychef said...

Sounds really good! Maybe some fresh ginger in the marinade might be nice, too? Regardless, it rarely occurs to me to use Asian flavors--not sure why--so thanks for the reminder!

burpandslurp said...

Asian style! You know, you'll LOVE my mom's bulgogi...It's made with a similar marinade as that.
btw, thanks for sending in your BSI recipe! and guess what...I just happen to have ALL the ingredients, even down to the blue tortilla chips! can't wait to try your recipe!

Donna-FFW said...

Oh a ribeye.. how sinfully delicious and that marinade sounds beyond flavorful!

Claudia said...

Adore rib-eyes. And the Asian sauce - all great stuff. Definitely a winner for grilling season

Sophie said...

OOOOH Waw,....Katherine!! This steack looks delicate & so fabulous!! yum!

Netts Nook said...

Those steaks looks perfect I use Montreal seasoning on everything. Sounds like you had a fun get together.

pigpigscorner said...

Very Asian indeed! Love this sort of marinades...The sesame oil adds so much flavours.yum yum!

Kathy said...

Mmmm, can't wait to try this!!!

zoe said...

Oooh I really like the sound of this. Ribeye's are the best ever.