How to Cook the Perfect Rib Eye Steak with Oliver Hagen

by Olivia McCrimmon February 11, 2021 1 min read

How to Cook the Perfect Rib Eye Steak with Oliver Hagen

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We chatted with Oliver Hagen this week to find out his top tips in cooking the perfect Rib Eye Steak! Head to our Instagram to watch the video.

Tip 1
Always bring your steak to room temperature before you cook it to ensure that it cooks evenly.

Tip 2

Always use a reverse sear method when cooking rib eye. Put it in a preheated oven first, then on a hot pan or BBQ. 

Tip 3
Use a meat thermometer so that you can get the same cook every time. Once you know the temperature of the cook that you like, you can't fail! Olly cooks his to an internal temperature of 47 degrees before he finishes in the pan for 2-3 minutes a side.

Tip 4
Always rest your steak. With a reverse sear, you need to rest your steak after the first cook in the oven and then again once it comes off the pan or BBQ. Rest it for around 10 minutes each time. 

Tip 5
Season your steak at the right time. You want to salt the steak after it's come out of the oven and you're about to finish off on BBQ or pan and don't season with pepper until you have finished cooking it.


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