Reverse Sear Ribeye

The easiest most perfectly cooked ribeye you’ll ever taste! I love a good grilled steak but sometimes it’s A. just too hot & B. I’m just too lazy!! This is the perfect solution!

Let’s talk steak! My favorite steak is probably a ribeye, it has so much flavor & when it’s cooked correctly it’s nice & tender. 2nd favorite? Filet! So tender & barely needs any seasoning!! You can also do this method with a filet! Just alter the cook time!

Now, the most important thing in a good steak is first make sure it’s ROOM temperature before cooking! Keep it out for about 30 minute to an hour before seasoning & cooking! 2nd lots of salt & pepper, or in this case I love Montreal Seasoning! Finally, the perfect sear! It helps trap in all the juices & gives the flavor of the grill without the hassle!

Well, enough talking let’s start cooking!


  • 1 ribeye, about 1.5-2 inches thick
  • Seasoning of your choice, I like Montreal
  • 3 tbsp Butter, room temp
  • Herbs of your choice, I like thyme & rosemary! Chop finely
  • 2 cloves garlic, grated
  • Salt & pepper


  1. Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Season steak liberally on every side! Place on a sheet pan lined with a wire rack & cook for about 45 minute or until internal temp reaches 110-120.
  2. While steak is cooking, mix butter, herbs, garlic & salt and pepper. Set aside.
  3. Once steak has reached temperature, let sit for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, heat up a cast iron skillet to high heat!
  4. Add in a little oil & place steak directly in. Cooking about 60-70 seconds per side!
  5. Remove from pan and let rest another 10 minutes & top with herb butter.
  6. Cut steak into thick slices & enjoy! I love serving this with my simple mashed potato (recipe here) and my creamed spinach (recipe here)!

Makes 2 servings

I hope you enjoy this delicious steak dinner! Leave a comment and let me know how yours turns out!

XO Caroline

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