This beef bulgogi is so delicious and easy to throw together. It is a classic Korean dish that should be incorporated into everyone's weekly menu. This dish is composed of fluffy, steamed white rice topped with sweet and savory ribeye steak that melts in your mouth. If you decide to create this dish you will not be disappointed.
2 Braveheart Boneless Ribeye Steaks, thinly sliced
1 apple, grated
1 white onion, sliced
½ cup green onion, diced
4 garlic cloves, minced
¼ cup brown sugar
⅓ cup soy sauce
2 tbsp rice mirin
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp honey
1 tsp black pepper
1 cup jasmine rice
Cook rice according to package directions and set aside.
In a large bowl, combine thinly sliced ribeye steak, apple, onion, green onion, garlic,brown sugar, soy sauce, rice mirin, honey, sesame oil, and black pepper.
Mix ingredients until they are well combined.
Cover bowl and let steak marinate in the fridge for 20 minutes to 4 hours.
Heat oil in a large pan over medium-high heat.
Add marinated beef and cook until steak is seared and brown on all sides. Remove from the pan.
Serve in a bowl with jasmine rice and enjoy!
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One bite of this creamy, hearty beef stroganoff will have your taste buds happy. The tender egg noodles create a perfect base for the smooth mushroom and tender beef sauce. If you want an easy meal for a night in, consider giving this one a go.
1 Braveheart Boneless Ribeye Steak
1 package egg noodles
1 onion, diced
2 cups mushrooms, sliced
3 tbsp butter
2 tbsp flour
2 cups beef stock
2 tbsp worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp dijon mustard
⅔ cup mayonnaise
2 cups carrots, diced
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 tbsp tomato paste
Tenderize ribeye and thinly slice. Season with salt and pepper and set aside.
Heat a cast iron skillet to medium high heat and add oil.
Once oil is hot, arrange ribeye pieces in the pan and cook until all sides are seared and brown. Remove from pan.
Add butter to the pan and add onion, carrot, garlic, and mushrooms.
Cook until vegetables begin to soften and onions are translucent then add salt and pepper.
Mix well and stir in dijon mustard and tomato paste. Let cook for 1 minute.
Add flour to the vegetable mixture and mix.
Next, add worcestershire sauce, beef stock, and steak. Let simmer for 30 minutes and add mayonnaise.
Mix until consistency is smooth and there are no clumps.
Cook egg noodles according to package and drain. Serve with sauce and enjoy!
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This recipe is so versatile it can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! It is easy to make and produces the most intense of flavors. Pair with a side of toast and indulge in a protein-packed, flavorful meal.
2 Braveheart Boneless Ribeye Steaks
½ cup parsley leaves
½ cup chopped basil
2 tablespoons chives
1 shallot, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
⅓ cup extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
1 tablespoon canola oil
6 fried eggs
Combine parsley, basil, chives, shallot, garlic and red pepper flakes in a small bowl. Add olive oil and vinegar and mix well. Season with salt and pepper to taste and set aside.
Pat both sides of steak dry and season with salt and pepper.
Heat a large cast iron skillet over medium high heat and add canola oil.
Place the steak in the skillet and cook until a dark crust has formed, about 4-5 minutes. Flip and cook for an additional 3-4 minutes, or until desired doneness. Let rest 5 minutes.
Fry eggs in a pan, sunny side up until egg whites are cooked through.
Thinly slice steak against the grain and serve with garlic herb sauce and eggs.
Looking for more recipe inspiration? Try Braveheart Steak and Egg Fried Rice Bowl. It is a yummy twist on a classic recipe.
With so many different cuts of meat available to buy, it’s understandable that we don’t know which one to go with everytime. From taste to texture to tenderness, there’s just so many things that go into making different kinds of steaks distinct. This holds true for T-bone and ribeye steaks.
T-bone and ribeye steaks are perhaps the most well known kinds of steaks. Even the most dedicated vegan at least knows their names. But what makes them different from one another? Which one’s the better steak, if there is one? Most importantly, which one should you be looking to buy? Well, let’s take a look at both and see if we can find the answer.
The first and most important difference that all cuts of steak share is that they’re from different parts of the cow. The T-bone comes from the cow’s loin, and the ribeye is a part of the cow’s rib. From there, a couple things start to fall into place. For instance, T-bone steaks are lower in fat than ribeye, and T-bone steaks tend to be bigger than ribeye steaks.
The thing about a T-bone steak is that it’s technically not just one steak. There’s a part of it that’s the tenderloin, and a part of it that’s the New York strip. These aren’t just fancy labels for two halves of a single piece of meat, either. The tender, mild taste of the tenderloin is distinct from the fatty, bold flavor of the New York strip. This means that you’re in for some wildly different flavors for each way you prepare a T-bone steak. Talk about bang for your buck.
On the other hand, ribeye steaks aren’t technically as diverse as a T-bone steak when it comes to taste, so you aren’t getting more than one flavor per steak. But oh, what a flavor it is. Ribeye steaks, be they boneless, bone in, or cowboy style, are prized for their rich, buttery flavor. While it might be a turn off for some, that quality is reflected in the ribeye’s price tag. If someone’s looking for the premiere steak to make their first, or if they’re looking to treat themselves for a night, they’d be hard pressed to find a better option than a ribeye.
Ultimately, if you’re looking for a less expensive dinner and want the best bang for your buck in terms of size without losing out on deliciousness, then the T-bone is the choice for you. If you want that extra touch of succulence and prestige, and are willing to pay a little bit more for a little less, then your best bet is sticking with the ribeye. Either way, you’re in for a fantastic meal.
Richness, juiciness, and flavor are all characteristics of the ribeye steak. Be it boneless or bone-in, countless people order ribeye steaks online each year, and even more choose to dine on these delicious cuts of meat. As the most popular cut of steak for Americans, Braveheart wanted to make sure we’re providing the absolute best of the best when it comes to your choice in ribeye steak. Many offer this steak, but not many of them can match the absolute quality of what Braveheart offers in terms of ribeye steak.
Braveheart ribeye steaks are the steaks of choice by fine dining restaurants across the country, not to mention home chefs, it’s no secret that each one is of extraordinary quality. No matter how you like your steak cooked, Braveheart guarantees that you’ll be eating one of the flavorful and tender steaks you could ever hope to cook. It’s no wonder why ribeye is a go-to for most steak connoisseurs, and Braveheart ensures that our customers are getting the prime choice of prime choices.
Shipped individually vacuum sealed and flash frozen, Braveheart’s ribeye steaks are simply some of the best steaks that anyone could hope to order online. This steak is sure to elevate any gathering you may have with a mouthwatering menu option, all at a mouthwatering price that you just will not find anywhere else. The ribeye steak just can’t be beat, if you’re looking for a reliable and delicious cut of meat to get to work on in the kitchen. Sink your teeth into this all-time classic steak, courtesy of Braveheart Foods.