Ribeye

Have you ever cooked ribeye steak in a pressure cooker? Cook ribeye and onions within thirty minutes. Serve with sweet potato fries and steamed broccoli.  Ribeye and onion tastes wonderful together. They were cooked together in this recipe. My family loved it. Delicious and healthy. I seared my ribeye in a cast iron skillet then pressure-cooked it with the onions. Steamed Broccoli While the ribeye and onions cook, it’s time to fry sweet potatoes and steam broccoli on the stove. Steaming broccoli is easy. Put a cup of water to the pot. Add the broccoli. Cover, and heat until the water boils. Turn the burnerRead More →

Got leftover ribeye steak? Make ribeye chili. Easy slow cooker recipe for two! Add Slow Cooker Cream Cheese Cabbage as a side dish. Top off your ribeye meal with Mango Bread Pudding, Peach Cobbler, or German Chocolate Cake – all slow cooker desserts. Leftover Ribeye Chili Steak foodies, make this slow cooker ribeye chili recipe the next time you cook ribeye steaks on the grill or in the slow cooker. Like chili? Like steak? Make them a combo, and try this leftover ribeye chili.Read More →

Mango Barbecue Ribeye & Veggies The weather is warming up now, a great time for barbecuing ribeye steaks on the grill. But for those busy days when you and your honey don’t have time to grill, do slow cooker ribeyes. Grilled is good, no doubt about it. The slow cooker way works great, too. Give it a try. Add a mango in for a new flavor. Oh, and don’t forget to include the veggies! Barbecue Mango Ribeye Slow Cooker Dinner for Two Cooking Vegetables in the Slow Cooker yellow squash eggplant asparagus cabbage Root vegetables: onions potatoes carrots garlic yams I’ve cooked potatoes, carrots, yams,Read More →

Easy & Juicy Ribeye Today I went to the supermarket and purchased two bone-in ribeyes. “If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you!” I’ve cooked them before in my slow cooker for four hours. But this time, I did it differently. I sprinkled the steaks generously with seasoning and put them in the crockpot and didn’t cover them with foil. It didn’t dawn on me until two-and-a-half hours later that I forgot to wrap themRead More →