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4 servings



At LongHorn Steakhouse, we recommend a char-grill for bone-in steak like our Outlaw Ribeye®. If grilling outdoors, clean and spray oil your grill, heat to 550 degrees F. If grilling indoors, preheat saute pan or indoor grill to high heat. Season ribeye steaks with salt, pepper, granulated onion powder and granulated garlic powder. Place seasoned steaks on grill. Grill to your desired degree of doneness. Make quarter turns to get diamond marks. Remove steaks from grill. Plate each steak and enjoy! Degrees of Doneness: Rare: 95-105 degrees. Cool red center. Medium Rare: 115-125 degrees. Warm red center with a hint of pink. Medium: 130-140 degrees. Warm pink center. Medium Well: 150-160 degrees. Some pink in the center. Well: 165-175 degrees. No pink, cooked all the way through.

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