Tuesday, February 3, 2015

#TripleSBites Grilled Ribeye with Garlic Blue Cheese Mustard Sauce

Welcome to another day with #TripleSBites!

I have another delicious dish to give you more spicy, saucy and sexy recipes! Don't forget to check out the prize package below and enter! 

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This was another perfect opportunity to use a product from our sponsor, Gourmet Garden. Gourmet Garden was kind enough to send participants 17 different herb products (stir-in pastes and lightly dried) for this challenge. I opted to use the garlic stir in paste and it turned out perfectly! If you use garlic cloves they can be added to the sauce and you will still have wonderful results. 

My husband and I have an annual tradition of grilling ribeye steaks on Valentine's Day. Since we live in Wisconsin it is always a gamble on that the weather will be like when we fire up the grill. Since we have our own tradition with ribeye steaks it was impossible for me not to incorporate them in to this challenge! I love mustard and blue cheese, and the combination when mixed with a steak fresh off the grill is amazing!  This recipe is fantastic because it is so easy and a very easy way to impress your Valentine. I know that my husband's face lights up at the mention of a grilled ribeye steak! 

I hope that you are enjoying our event so far, and have already found different recipes to tickle your fancy- there is more to come! 


Instructions

1/2 pint cream
1/3- 1/2 cup Dijon mustard (depending on how strong you like it!)
1/2 tsp garlic paste or 1 minced clove of garlic (I used Gourmet Garden)
2 oz Blue Cheese crumbles (plus some extra or topping)
2 Ribeye Steaks, at least and inch thick if not more
1 Tbl olive oil
Salt and Pepper


Instructions

In a rimmed skillet, whisk dijon, blue cheese, cream and garlic paste over medium heat till it lightly simmers. Turn heat to low and allow sauce to slowly reduce by half. Remove from heat and cover to keep warm. 

Heat grill to medium high heat. Rub steaks with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place steaks on the grill and cook 4-6 minutes before flipping. Cook an additional 4-6 minutes on the opposite side. The internal temperature should register between 130-135 for a medium rare steak. 

Remove steak from grill and allow it to rest for 4-5 minutes. Plate and top with sauce and a few blue cheese crumbles. 





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9 comments:

  1. Your sauce sounds sooooooo good.

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  2. That meal looks AMAZING!! Delicious, romantic, man-pleasing meal. :D

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  3. My husband would go gaga over this meal!

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  4. Ashley, you have nailed my husband's favorite dish ever. Will definiltey be making this soon. Thanks for sharing with #TripleSBites.

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  5. Look at us! Both making steaks with sauces dripping all over them. Love my some honey mustard too.

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    1. Your looks great! This is actually Dijon and blue cheese :)

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  6. Fondue. Love it! Made both cheese and a broth fondue. Poured some wine, let some candles and it was fantastic!

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  7. Bear with me b/c I am reading backwards, but you are rockin' the sauce and glaze department!

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