Features: Tender, Buttery, Full-flavored
Want to experience the elevated buttery flavors of abundantly marbled American Wagyu Ribeye Steak at home? Use these easy tips to enjoy chef-worthy dishes from your own kitchen.
Steak should be cooked to a minimum of 145°F for optimum food safety.
For best results, use temperature over cooking times to determine desired doneness.
|Rare||120°F to 129°F|
|Medium-rare||130°F to 139°F|
|Medium||140°F to 149°F|
|Medium-well||150°F to 159°F|
The versatility of Ribeye Steak makes it a fan favorite that works with most steak cooking methods. Pan-frying, grilling, cooking sous vide, or in the oven all result in a delicious, juicy eating experience.
Pan-frying is a classic, simple way to cook Ribeye Steak that results in juiciness and a delectable sear.
Whether you’re a grill master or firing up the grill for the first time, grilling American Wagyu Ribeye is a great way to turn any occasion into a celebration. Here are a few basics.
Cooking sous vide is an excellent, easy way to bring out the full juiciness and flavor of American Wagyu Ribeye Steak and achieve consistent doneness without overcooking.
|Doneness||Temperature Range||Timing Range|
|Rare||120°F to 128°F||1 to 2 ½ hours|
|Medium-rare||129°F to 134°F||1 to 4 hours|
|Medium||135°F to 144°F||1 to 4 hours|
|Medium-well||145°F to 155°F||1 to 3 ½ hours|
|Well-done||156°F +||1 to 3 hours|
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