Oven-Baked Ribeye Steak

Oven-baked ribeye steak is something that you can make by first making sure that you're using the right type of seasoning. Make oven-baked ribeye steak with help from a culinary professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm the Dirty Chef, Ian Russo. Today, I'm here to show you how to make oven-baked ribeye steak dirty style. The reason we're making it oven-baked, it's a lot healthier and I have a bunch of techniques and tips of how to actually make this steak delicious even though it's just going to be baked. So, we're going to make oven-baked ribeye steak dirty style. The first thing I do is I season the meat with a technique I call snowing. And basically, I'm looking to get the meat seasoned on all sides and not just two sides, I actually have five sides. I did the front and back, now I'm doing kind of the top of it and then the other side and then there's a part on the bottom that doesn't really get seasoned unless you pick the meat up. I'm using this rack because if I was seasoning out of plate, all the excess salt would stick on the plate and I might get more on it than I want. By having this rack setup, whatever salt's not hitting the meat goes right to the bottom. A lot of the fine dining restaurants around the world use this technique; it's real simple but it helps in seasoning. So, I got all the salt I want around it. It's not a lot, but it's enough to make it taste delicious. And then I'm dipping it into the dirty dust, which is a blend of nine spice, spices and it tends to transform anything that you cook by all the ingredients that are in there and the cooking process. So, I'm dipping it in on all sides and then what we're going to do is bake it in the oven on this rack, 375 for 10 to 15 minutes and in between the cooking, I'm going to flip it over so that the meat stays crispy. If i leave it on one side, this side tends to steam and the meat won't be as juicy. And by doing this process, you'll have a very healthy simple ribeye steak that's delicious.


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