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Grilled Belgian Blue Beef Ribeye Steak with Herb Peppercorn Butter

4 Belgian Blue Beef Ribeye Steaks
1/4 cup dry white wine
1 tablespoon minced fresh shallots
1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives
1 teaspoon chopped fresh tarragon
1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup softened butter

Grilled Belgian Blue Beef Ribeye Steak with Herb Peppercorn Butter

Preparation

  1. In 1 quart saucepan stir together all ingredients except butter and steaks. Cookover medium heat, stirring occasionally, until all liquid has evaporated (5 to 6 min.). Set aside; cool completely. In small bowl stir together butter and cooled herbs. Place mixture on waxed paper; shape into 4" log. Refrigerate until serving time.
  2. To grill: Place steaks on grill over medium coals. Grill steaks 5 to 6 minutes for rare(150 degrees), for medium (160 degrees), turning once. Turn the steaks a few minutes sooner (1/3 less time) and check for doneness. To broil: move your rack farther away from the heat source. Broil as ordinary beef, but shorten the cooking time. Turn the steaks a few minutes sooner and check for doneness.
  3. Place 1/2" slice herb butter on each grilled or broiled steak. Serve as butter is melting over steaks. Tip: Remaining herb butter can be used to season cooked vegetables or to serve with breads.

Preparation Time: 1 hour
Serves 4

 

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Cooking Tips

Since Belgian Blue Beef is so lean, you're not cooking fat. It cooks more quickly and you can use a lower temperature. We recommend cooking your desired cut to a doneness of rare to medium for optimum quality.

Roasting
Set oven temperature to 250-275 degrees and use a meat thermometer to check for doneness at 120-140 degrees. At this point lower temperature, your roast should take the same amount of time as ordinary beef that is cooked at a higher temperature.

Pan Frying / Pan Broiling
High heat only for searing! Then turn the heat down. Remember Belgian Blue Beef cooks faster than ordinary beef; don't overcook. Watch your cooking time.

Broiling
Move your rack farther away from the heat source. Broil as ordinary beef, but shorten the cooking time. Turn the steak a few minutes sooner and check for doneness.

Grilling
Cook over medium coals at normal rack height, but shorten the cooking time. Turn the steaks a few minutes sooner ( 1/3 less time) and check for doneness.

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The Jones Family

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