Ribeye Steaks with Red Wine Sauce


Ribeye steaks served with a red wine reduction sauce is bound to bring smiling faces to the dinner table. This recipe uses a reverse sear method to ensure juicy, perfectly cooked beef. A simple pan sauce brings the entire dish together with incredible flavor. This post is sponsored by Terra d’Oro Winery. All opinions are my own.


The hallmark of ribeye steaks is the stunning marbling and strong beefy flavor. To capitalize on this cut, I made a sauce from the pan drippings. In this case, a bold red wine reduction sauce to complement the steak. If any additional convincing is needed, the Zinfandel used can be enjoyed as you cook and paired with the finished dish.

Ribeye steak is a thick, juicy, and tender cut of beef from the front part of the loin of the rib primal section. You can purchase it boneless or bone-in. It’s a relatively quick cooking steak with generous amounts of marbling, which provides a robust flavor.

The sauce is further reduced with fresh rosemary, thyme, balsamic vinegar, and some beef stock until a thickened. Just a small amount of acid from the vinegar brightens and heightens the flavors of the wine. A swirl of butter whisked in adds a little more richness to the red wine sauce right before serving. It’s lovely!

Ribeye Steaks with Red Wine Sauce


Thick cut ribeye steaks served with a simple red wine reduction sauce. This recipe uses a reverse sear method to ensure juicy, perfectly cooked beef.

Ingredients

  • 2 large ribeye steaks1 1/2 to 2 inches thick
  • kosher saltas needed for seasoning
  • black pepperas needed for seasoning
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil(15ml)
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter(28g) divided
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic(7g)
  • 1/4 cup minced shallots(34g)
  • 1 cup red wine(240ml) Zinfandel
  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar(15ml)
  • 1 sprig rosemaryplus more for garnish
  • 2 sprigs thymeplus more for garnish
  • 1 cup beef stock(240ml)
  • 1/4 cup parsley leaves(15g) roughly chopped

Instructions

  • Line a sheet pan with foil and place a wire rack on top, set aside. 
  • Adjust oven rack to the center position and preheat oven to 275ºF (135ºC).
  • Place a large 12-inch cast iron skillet in the oven to warm.
  • Dry the steaks with a paper towel to remove excess surface moisture and transfer to the wire rack.
  • Generously season the meat with salt and ground black pepper on both sides. 
  • Place steaks in the oven and cook about 15 to 25 minutes, depending on the thickness. 
  • Remove the steaks from the oven and set aside.
  • Remove the cast iron pan from the oven and transfer to the stovetop.
  • Heat pan over high heat and add the oil. 
  • Once the oil is very hot and just beginning to smoke, carefully add the steaks to the pan.
  • Sear the first side until a deep brown crust is formed, about 2 minutes.
  • Carefully flip the steaks over and sear about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes.
  • Use tongs to turn the steaks on their sides to cook and render remaining fat on the sides, about 2 minutes total.
  • Add one tablespoon of the butter to the pan, melt and use a spoon to briefly baste the tops of the steaks with the butter.
  • Transfer ribeye steaks to a clean plate and allow to rest at room temperature for 10 minutes. 
  • For the red wine sauce, reserve 1 tablespoon of the steak drippings in the cast iron pan and heat over medium.
  • Once the drippings are warm add the garlic and shallots, saute and stir frequently until tender, about 1 minute.
  • Add red wine, balsamic vinegar, rosemary sprig and thyme sprigs, bring mixture to a rapid simmer over high heat.
  • Allow wine mixture to reduce until thickened, about 1/4 a cup, 3 to 5 minutes.
  • Add in beef stock, and rapidly simmer over high heat until the sauce is reduced and thickened to about 1/2 cup, about 4 to 5 minutes.
  • Remove rosemary and thyme, discard.
  • Turn off heat and whisk in 1 tablespoon of butter.
  • Taste the red wine sauce and season with more salt and pepper as desired.
  • Garnish steaks with chopped thyme, rosemary, and parsley a few minutes before serving.

Notes

  • When steaks are in the oven, I recommended checking the temperature of the steaks using an instant-read thermometer at 15 minutes, then every 5 minutes until target doneness is reached, 90 to 95ºF (32 to 35ºC) for medium-rare, or 100 to 105ºF (38 to 41ºC) for medium.
  • When steaks are searing, aim for an internal temperature of 120 to 125ºF (49 to 52ºC) for medium-rare, or 130 (50ºC) for medium.

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