Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe #2:

Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

Elevate your grilling game to new heights with this majestic Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe, a centerpiece that promises to dazzle at any gathering. This colossal cut, weighing in at around 3 lbs., becomes the canvas for your culinary artistry, seasoned to perfection with a choice rub for an explosion of flavor. While the steak takes center stage, let a glass of Pinot Noir accompany your cooking journey, setting the stage for a wine-paired feast that celebrates both the robustness of the meat and the elegance of the vino.

Pairing Suggestions: Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Zinfandel, and Red Blends stand as valiant companions to the Tomahawk Ribeye, each bringing its unique characteristics to complement the rich, savory flavors of the steak. Whether you opt for the boldness of a Cabernet Sauvignon, the fruity depth of a Malbec, the smoothness of a Merlot, the spicy kick of a Zinfandel, or the complexity of a Red Blend, these wines promise to enhance your meal, creating a harmonious blend of tastes that will delight the palate.

Ingredients and Tools:


1 Ribeye Tomahawk Steak (~3 lbs.), Omaha Steak Private Reserve Rub (or your preferred seasoning).


MEATER probe, Pig’s tail (for easy flipping).

Preparation: Tomahawk Rib Eye Recipe

  1. Generously season the ribeye on both sides and allow it to rest for 30 minutes before cooking.
  2. Start by searing both sides of the steak at your searing station, then insert the probe and set it for medium doneness through the phone app., which typically yields a perfect medium rare. Move over to the medium heat side of the grill.
  3. For those who prefer a reverse sear, insert the probe before cooking, Get it to about 3-4 minutes before it’s done to your doneness, remove the probe to sear each side for about 1-2 minutes a side to continue cooking to desired doneness.
  4. Remember, each grill varies, so keep an eye out for flare-ups and adjust accordingly.

Fun Facts & Closing Notes:

Engage your guests in the grilling experience by inviting the guest of honor to partake in the “bone ceremony,” a playful tradition that allows for memorable photo opportunities and honors the cook’s efforts. As you revel in the camaraderie and the sizzle of the grill, remember that the meat will continue to cook slightly after being removed from the heat, ensuring a juicy, perfectly cooked steak.

This Tomahawk Ribeye adventure is more than just a meal; it’s an expression of passion for grilling and a celebration of good company, elevated by the perfect wine pairing. So, raise a glass to the grill master, the guests, and the unforgettable flavors that bring us together.

Wine Pairing Note:

While preparing your masterpiece, sipping on a glass of Pinot Noir not only enhances the cooking experience but also primes your palate for the robust wine pairings to come, making every moment of preparation as delightful as the feast itself.

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