Craving a juicy steak full of flavor? Learn how to make Grilled Ribeye on your gas grill with the perfect amount of seasoning. They are so easy to make, mouthwatering and delicious. Perfect for an easy dinner during the week or entertaining on the weekends at your backyard BBQ!
*This post was developed in partnership with Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. All opinions expressed are my own.
It’s summer out and there’s nothing like a steak for dinner! This Grilled Ribeye is so juicy, tender and delicious. It’s just what dreams are made of when you are imagining the perfect steak for dinner. There’s just something about summer and a grilled steak that go together.
What are you waiting for? Fire up that grill, grab your ribeye and start grilling! You’ll be enjoying that perfect steak in no time at all.
- Ribeye Steak – We used a boneless cut, but you could also you bone-in steak. Our steaks were 12-16 oz. If yours are a different size, just adjust grilling time accordingly.
- Beef Seasoning – We used our beef seasoning, but you can use your favorite seasoning. A simply sprinkle of ground black pepper and salt is delicious too!
How to Grill a Ribeye
- Remove ribeye from the refrigerator. Let rest at room temperature for 30 minutes. Bringing it to room temperature helps the steak cook more evenly.
- Clean, oil and preheat the grill to 450 – 500 degrees F.
- Place steaks on the grill, sprinkle with seasoning and close the grill lid. Grill on the first side for about 6 minutes. This gets those nice grill marks and sears in the juices.
- Flip steak over, close lid and grill an additional 5-6 minutes to get to about 145 degrees F. This is medium-medium well. If you want a rare steak, cook less on both sides.
- Remove steaks from the grill and rest for five minutes, tented with foil. This is essential, so don’t skip this step. It helps redistribute the juices after it cooks and makes your steaks so tender and juicy!
How Long to Cook Steak on the Grill
This is going to depend a lot on the size of the steak and thickness. Plus, whether it’s boneless or bone-in
What temperature should I grill my Steak too?
This depends on your preference of doneness when it comes to enjoying your steak. It is essential to have a good instant read meat thermometer to monitor the internal temperature of your steak.
- Medium Rare – 145° F
- Medium – 160° F
- Well Done – 170° F
Tips and Tricks for Grilling Steak
- Take the time to remove the steak from the refrigerator about 30 minutes before you are going to grill. This will bring it to room temperature. The benefit of this is that it will cook more evenly.
- We used our beef seasoning which we think is amazing, but your favorite steak seasoning is the perfect option also. Even a sprinkle of coarse salt and ground black pepper will make it mouth watering.
- The steak we used is 12-16 oz so it will be more than one serving.
Make it a Meal!
- There’s just something about meat and potatoes! Toss these Foil Packet Potatoes on the grill with your steak.
- Maybe sweet potatoes are more your thing? These easy grilled sweet potatoes are delicious and always a hit.
- Grilled Corn Salad is a mixture of grilled corn, tomatoes, avocado and tossed in a home vinaigrette.
- Got a sweet tooth? Make grilled pineapple with only 2 ingredients. That caramelized pineapple is always gone at a party.
Tag me on Instagram when you make this @gimmesomegrilling or #gimmesomegrilling – love to see your delicious eats!!
Grilled Ribeye Steak
- 2 Ribeye Steak 12-16 oz each
- Beef seasoning to taste
- Remove ribeye from refrigerator. Let rest at room temperature for 30 minutes.
- Clean, oil and preheat grill to 450 – 500 degrees F.
- Place steaks on grill, sprinkle with seasoning and close grill lid. Grill on first side about 6 minutes.
- Flip steak over, close lid and grill an additional 5-6 minutes to get to about 145 degrees F. This is medium-medium well. If you want a rare steak cook less on both sides.
- Remove steaks from grill and rest for five minutes.