Cooking a ribeye steak takes a little longer than cooking chicken or turkey. The cooking process for ribeyes is quite different than those of chicken and turkey. While you can make a ribeye steak with a skillet, it’s better to have a good, sturdy, heavy-duty toaster oven. Here’s how to cook a ribeye steak in a toaster oven.
Preheat the toaster oven to 180 degrees.
Place the steak on a cutting board, cover with a plastic bag and microwave for 2 to 3 minutes, depending on the size of the steak.
[Text]: You can also cook the steak in an oven. Simply place the steak in a pan or cast-iron skillet and bake at 350 degrees for 12 to 14 minutes.
Make sure it is done.
To cook a ribeye steak in a toaster oven, start by making sure it is cut to the proper thickness. You can do this by using a thin, sharp knife. Simply cut a vertical line, perpendicular to the grain of the meat, across the middle of the steak, so that you cut it into two equal thicknesses. This should be about an inch. Then, place the steak in a toaster oven with the lid open. Turn on the oven and allow the steak to cook for about 7 minutes. Once cooked, take it out and place it in a pan. Cook it for about another 2 minutes, then put the steak on a cutting board. Take a carving knife and slice the steak across the grain. Do this to both sides of the steak. When you’re done slicing the steak, serve it.
Sear the ribeye steak.
Sear the ribeye steak in a pan on the stove, until the internal temperature reaches between 125°F and 130°F. After searing, remove the steak from the pan and let it rest for at least five minutes, then cover the steak and allow it to rest for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, preheat the toaster oven to 400°F. Place the steak on a wire rack set over a sheet pan and allow it to stand in the oven for about five minutes to rest and let it cool down. After the first five minutes, check the internal temperature of the ribeye steak. If it has reached 135°F, continue resting the steak in the oven for another five minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches 135°F. Remove the steak from the oven and set aside.
Get ready the ingredients.
Preparing a ribeye steak is one of the most important things to do before cooking. A ribeye steak needs to be at room temperature before cooking. When preparing the steak, make sure to pat it dry. Make sure the steak is not too thick or too thin. It should be about ¾ inch thick. Next, prepare your steak. Make sure to season it lightly with salt and pepper. Next, get a piece of paper towel and apply it to the meat. This paper towel is going to help to keep the grease on the meat. Get an oven-safe pan. Make sure to wipe off any of the excess grease from the pan. Heat your pan on medium-high heat until it begins to smoke. Once it begins to smoke, add a teaspoon of oil to the pan. When the pan is hot, add your ribeye steak to the pan and cook for 5 minutes.
Seasoning is essential.
Believe it or not, cooking steak at home is easy if you’re willing to use a toaster oven. First, cut the steak about an inch thick. Then, dust it with salt and pepper. Toss it in the oven for about five minutes. If you want to keep the meat rare, cook it for less time. You’ll know the steak is cooked to your liking once it has reached 145 degrees Fahrenheit in the center. If you’re not sure, then cut into it and check the temperature. The steak will be done when it reaches 140 degrees. For medium, cook the steak for 10 minutes. For well done, cook it for up to 30 minutes.
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