Rib Eye Steak

How to Grill Steak on a Gas Grill

  • Level : Easy
  • Prep : 30 Mins
  • Cook : 15 min
  • Serves : 3-4

You will also Need

Your O-Grill (Of Course)

A Meat Thermometer (Digital is best)

Pro Tip : You can cook steaks straight from the cooler or refrigerator especially of the steaks were previously frozen. It often cooks even better this way.

Directions

Step 1

Turn on your O-Grill and set it to the highest temperature. Close the lid and leave it to heat up to around 200°C (390-400 °F)

Step 2

Season and oil your steaks. Brush all sides of the steak lightly with good quality olive oil. Then season both sides with plenty of good quality salt and pepper.

Step 3

If you like rosemary as much as I do, take a spring or two and rub them together between your hands to start releasing their oil, then rub the sprigs all over the surface of the meat.

Step 4

Take your steaks to the O-Grill, check the temperature is at least 200°C (390-400 °F) and then open it up and lay your steaks diagonally across the griddle (You want those pro-look scorch marks). Close the Lid and leave it to brown on the first side for around 2-3 minutes. Flip the steaks over and brown the other side.

Step 5

Flip the steaks once more and cook until the internal temperature is around 52 °C (125 °F) in the center for medium rare, or 54 °C (130 ° F) for medium. Note: I cook it a couple of degrees less than the recommended temperatures other people use as the steak continues to cook a little after you have taken it off the grill.

Step 6

Remove the steaks from the grill and cover loosely with some kitchen foil to keep them nice and warm while they rest. For an extra juice steak, add a couple of knobs of butter to the top of the steak before you cover with foil.

Step 7

Leave to rest for at least 5 minutes so the steak has time to relax and reabsorb its juices.

Step 8

Eat and enjoy with friends! Happy Grilling.

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