Beef Rib Eye Steak
This steak is enriched considerably from a nugget of natural fat to keep the meat succulent, while it promises a full flavoured treat as the fat caramelises and tenderises the meat when cooked.The rib eye steak is taken from the rib primal of a beef animal, with the bone removed. It’s known as a butcher’s cut, because traditionally the butcher would reserve certain tasty cuts for himself, the rib eye being one of them. As it comes from the upper rib cage, the muscles are underused with more fat, promising a tender and flavoursome steak.
|Nutritional information||Typical values per 100g|
|of which saturates||9.1g|
|of which sugars||0.0g|
Store refrigerated at 5°or below. Also suitable for home freezing, please freeze on the day of delivery and defrost thoroughly before cooking.
Before cooking steak, take it out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature. Fry your steak in oil in a smoking hot pan, the intense heat from the pan will create a delicious, meaty brown crust.. Turn it over every 15-20 seconds, so the outside stays hot enough for a crust to form, without the inside overcooking. Once it’s cooked, let your steak rest for at least five minutes. These cooking tips are guidlines only, please ensure products are cooked through and enjoy hot before serving.
Country of Origin
United Kingdom from British Beef