Black Cowboy Cast Iron Steak
Are you ready to step up your at-home cooking game? This Black Cowboy Cast Iron Steak recipe is the perfect way to make a delicious dinner for your family and friends without spending hours in the kitchen. This show-stopping steak is packed full of unique flavors, transporting you and your guests to the American West. With simple ingredients and only a few steps, you'll be whipping up this unforgettable meal in no time!
Black Cowboy-Cast Iron Steak
This Black Cowboy Cast Iron Steak recipe is the perfect way to make a delicious dinner for your family and friends without spending hours in the kitchen. This show-stopping steak is packed full of flavor, and is sure to impress as it graces your dinner table. Our signature Black Cowboy steak rub is a mouth-watering blend of cocoa, coffee, smoked black pepper, black sea salt, cumin, coriander, chili powder, and ground mustard, giving it a unique flavor profile that will instantly transport you to the American West! Pair this steak with our Black Cowboy Mole Steak Sauce and don't look back!
2 - 1 lb 1 1/2" thick Ribeye Steaks (Bone-In or Boneless according to personal preference)
2-4 Oz PG Black Cowboy Steak Sauce (more or less to taste)
3 Tsp - PG Black Cowboy Steak Rub (more or less to taste)
2 Tbsp Butter
2-3 Tbsp Olive Oil
Season the steaks with the Black Cowboy Steak Rub (Both Sides)
Heat a Castiron skillet on medium-high heat
While the skillet is heating, season the steaks with Black Cowboy Steak Rub.
Once the skillet is hot, place the butter, olive oil, and seasoned steaks into the skillet and cook for approximately 3-4 minutes per side until golden brown and the steaks reach an internal temperature within 10 degreesof your preferred doneness (More or less time depending on thickness)
Remove from the heat and rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing. Serve with Black Cowboy Steak Sauce for dipping!
Note, the steaks with continue to cook slightly once removed from the skillet.
Please Your Palate!
Rare @ 125° F
Medium-Rare @ 135° F
Medium @ 145° F
Medium-Well @ 150° F
Well Done @ 160° F