Fire up that grill and whip up a tasty dinner of Grilled Rib Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce. This easy recipe packs a serious flavour punch!
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For me, nothing beats an amazing grilled rib steak. It’s my favourite cut of beef, bar none. Any chance I get to whip up rib steaks I take it. Gleefully.
On this particular day I decided to amp it up a bit and add a simple chimichurri sauce to slather over top of the steaks. Chimichurri sauce is so simple to make at home.
The recipe for both the rib steaks and the chimichurri sauce are both very easy to make. I like simple recipes, particularly when I’m grilling. Keeping it simple during the summer months keeps me sane.
I decided to grill some Texas Toast from New York Bakery along with the steaks. Then I heated up some baked beans for the perfect side dish to complement the meal. Dinner was perfect.
New York Bakery Texas Toast is the perfect solution when you want tasty bread without any hassle. It’s easy to grill. Just open the package, place the frozen pieces on the grill, and grill a few minutes on each side.
You can make the steaks and New York Bakery Texas Toast on a gas grill or charcoal grill. Whatever works for you. Either way be sure to use your own judgement on how you like your steak. I like mine medium rare.
Keep in mind this recipe will work for any type of steak. If you have flank or t-bone those will work perfectly. Just adjust your cooking time and marinate if needed. This one does not need marinating.
I find it’s best to keep things simple with rib steaks. Just a little salt and pepper then top it with a little special something. Chimichurri sauce qualifies as something special.
Not only is it easy to make, it’s absolutely delicious. It’s perfect over the steak and even slathered on the bread. You can use it as a marinade if you like as well.
This stuff is delightful. Spoon it over steak or chicken. Use it to dunk bread in. You can even top side dishes with it. It’s absolutely amazing on tacos and fajitas too. It’s so versatile.
While I love chimichurri on everything, I really love it best on steak. I mean, it just enhances the flavour of the meat and makes it extra special. Without a ton of effort. Which I dig.
One perk of my job is getting to eat amazing food while I develop recipes and take photos. I made this 3 times so I could get perfect photos and videos. My job does not suck. It’s the dream job!
Now, run out to the store right this minute to pick up some juicy rib steaks! While you’re there be sure to stock up on tons of New York Bakery Texas Toast. Once you get home, make this immediately!
I made a video for this recipe. It’s my second video to date so I’m still learning. I took a video workshop in Utah last month that has really helped me a lot.
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Grilled Rib Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce
For the Chimichurri:
- 1 1/2 cups parsley finely chopped
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- 2 shallots diced
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 pinch pepper
- 2 tbsp dried oregano
- 2 tbsp red Wine Vinegar
- 1 lime, juice and zest
- 1 pinch red pepper flakes
For the Garlic Toast:
- 1 package of New York Bakery Texas Toast
For the Chimichurri:
- Combine the ingredients in a small bowl. Mix well. Allow to sit for about 10 to 15 minutes before using so the flavours really meld together.
- Store in the fridge until needed. This is best served the day you make it.
For the Rib Steaks:
- Preheat grill to medium high. Be sure to clean and oil grates before putting steaks on.
- Season both sides of the meat with salt and white pepper.
- Place on grill, put the lid down and cook for about 4 to 6 minutes, depending on desired doneness. Lift lid and turn the rib steaks over, put lid down and cook for about 4 to 6 minutes, depending on desired doneness. Lift lid, remove rib steaks from grill. Allow to stand for about 10 to 20 minutes, depending on how thick your steaks are. Giving them time to stand will allow the juices to redistribute.
For the Garlic Toast:
- Open package, remove from wrapping and set bread on a platter. Grill over low heat, cooking on both sides till golden brown with grill marks. Remove from grill and place on a platter.
Putting it all together:
- Plate steak, spoon lots of chimichurri sauce over top. Place 1 or 2 slices of bread on the plate, along with your favourite side dish.
- Serve with a big old rib steak with chimichurri sauce loving smile!
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Kristen M Chidsey says
This steak is a work of ART! Pair that with some cheesy garlic bread and my husband would be so happy!
I’m totally with you, rib steak is my fave. And chimichurri puts it over the top! I have to try your chimichurri recipe soon.
Ribeye is my favorite beef cut. Just in time for my summer grilling
You had me at chimichurri! I have to make this over the weekend, it sounds incredibly delicious!
Brenda Haines says
( Not sure where to comment, so I’m commenting both places. ) I love grilling with charcoal and wood chips. I usually use apple wood. It makes tri tip roast so smoky and tasty! crazy4bassets25 at yahoo dot com.
Brandy | Nutmeg Nanny says
Oh that fresh Chimichurri! Totally craving this! Ev erything looks delicious!
Nothing beats the smell of charcoal and the first burger of the year with a home grown tomato.
Juli Purcell says
Oh Heavens this looks divine!!! and texas toast is the perfect side to go with it!!!
Jennifer @ Show Me the Yummy says
OMGsh need that chimichurri!
This looks delicious! So does the Texas toast! Your pictures are amazing too! Pinning!
Amy Heffernan says
I love to bbq slow over a charcoal grill. I always marinate my meat and top with steak spice. MMMMMMM!!! Thanks!
Liz @ The Lemon Bowl says
We love making chimichurri sauce!! It’s delicious on everything!
Jennifer Farley says
I want that chimichurri!
love grilling with charcoal
Lane & Holly @ With Two Spoons says
Chimichurri is my favorite sauce ever! And the grilled bread-perfect for dipping into the chimichurri!
Deb Harris says
That steak looks amazing! I’m definitely going to try the chimichurri next time. I usually keep it pretty basic just a little butter on it while it’s resting but this looks so good. I love the taste when food is grilled over charcoal but we’ve had a gas grill the few years. We may go back to charcoal. Thanks for a great steak recipe.
I grill on my stove top with a grill pan 🙂
Love the recipe. Love the photos. Love the plate. Can you please tell me what the material is for the plate? Is it slate? From where have you bought it? Thanks
Hi, Chantal. Thanks so much. I really appreciate it. I wish I could remember where I bought the plate but I buy so many props for the blogs I tend to lose track. It might have been Chapters here in Canada (Chapters/Indigo Books). They have a pretty killer selection of plates, bowls, and other kitchen items. I always head for the sale rack first. It was likely there or Homesense. If I find the receipt I’ll hop back on with more information.
Kimberly Baxter says
Yummm! Seriously deliciousness going on!
Michelle | Thistle Key Lane says
I like your version of Chimichurri sauce. Pinning this for later!
Thanks so much Michelle.