Keys Ranch Caramelized Onion Ribeye

When you think of a good, juicy steak, what does it consist of? For the PHNB team and Keys Ranch, we envision a ribeye cooked medium-rare and topped with caramelized onions. Dreamy, right? We’re here to tell you how to level up your grilling game with this ribeye steak recipe.

It’s quite simple as we believe greatness starts with quality meat. By adding a bit of butter, onions, blue cheese crumbles, and grilling, your taste buds will be begging for more!

A little about our beef:
The families of Painted Hills Natural Beef are ranchers in Wheeler County, Central Oregon. They raise cattle and steward the land in the shadow of the state’s famed Painted Hills for generations. While times have changed in the last two and a half decades, ranching the way nature intended has not. We’re proud to pasture raise our cattle without added hormones and no antibiotics. We raise a beef product for you as striking as the natural wonders it’s named after.

Above all, we thank you for trusting us to feed you and your loved ones. Of course, we’d love to see the finished ribeye steak, and we hope you’ll tag us in a post on social media.

Recipe Level

Easy

Prep Time

10 minutes

Cook Time

01 hours 25 minutes

Meal

Serves

2 People

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Ingredients

  • 2Painted Hills Natural Beef ribeyes
  • 1/2C.butter
  • 1/2C.crumbled blue cheese
  • 1/2onion

Instructions

  1. Using your preferred method, Caramelize onion until softened
  2. Grill your steak to your desired doneness.
  3. Mix butter & crumbled blue cheese and heat until melted
  4. Pour over steak with caramelized onions and serve

Need The Beef?!

Recipe too mouth-watering and you are ready to get cookin', but you still need this cut in your fridge? We got you!
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