"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Monday, January 11, 2010

Grilled Boneless Rib Eye Dinner



I had no idea what I wanted for dinner yesterday.   So I asked Moe would he would like and he requested steak.  Before leaving for work I pulled a big thick rib eye out of the freezer to defrost.  This was one of the steaks from the whole rib roast I posted about back in October.

The steak was grilled and served with roasted potato wedges and sauted rapani.




The potatoes (Russets) were peeled and cut into wedges and parboiled until the outer layer of the potato was cooked.   The potatoes were then drained and put back into the pot on the stove and shaken over low heat.  This roughs up the surface and makes for a nice crispy texture when the potatoes are roasted.   While the potatoes were simmering,  the cast iron skillet with a little olive oil was heated in a 425°F oven.  Once the potatoes were roughed up, they  went into the hot skillet, tossed to coat with the oil and into the oven for about 25 to 30 minutes.  Turning occasionally so that they browned evenly.

6 comments:

  1. Your steak is cooked perfectly and those potatoes are calling my name. Great dinner, Ann!

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  2. Oh my, this post surely is making me very hungry. I could have dove right into my computer screen. YUM!!!

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  3. Just perfection Ann..there are no other words for your meats and breads:) Etc..just spot on..

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  4. Oh my... I have a little rib roast in the freezer...
    we shall have it thins weekend...
    You meat is perfect for me...and those taters...wow...

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  5. My mouth is absolutely watering. The steaks look fabulous and now I know how to do the potatoes. Cannot wait to try this.
    Lovin' your blog!
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  6. Oh, that steak looks so good, cooked to perfection. What a divine meal!

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