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Sous Vide Ribeye with Roasted Romaine and Seared Meyer Lemons

Course Main Course
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 15 minutes
Servings 2

Ingredients

  • 1 boneless ribeye
  • 1 head romaine lettuce
  • 1 Meyer lemon
  • 3 cloves fresh garlic
  • Granulated Dry Garlic
  • Kosher salt and pepper
  • Olive oil
  • 3 Tbs Butter
  • Parmesan Cheese

Instructions

Medium Rare Sous Vide Ribeye

  1. Sprinkle the outside of the steak with granulated garlic and pepper. Fill a good quality cooler with 130-135 degree hot water, seal the steak in a plastic freezer bag, burp out all the air from the bag and submerge in the hot water. Leave the steak in the water bath for one and half to three hours. Don’t open the cooler.
  2. When ready to finish remove the steak from the cooler pat dry and salt liberally. In a cast iron skillet heat a generous amount of olive oil and butter until hot. Place the steak and garlic cloves in the hot pan; do not move the steak other than to flip. Cook the steak for 1-2 minutes per side, basting the steak with the hot pan drippings.
  3. Remove steak a let rest for 10 minutes. Before removing the pan from the heat sear the Meyer lemon halves. Discard the garlic.

Roasted Romaine

  1. Pre heat oven to 425 degrees. Slice the romaine head long ways through the base and drizzle both sides with a generous amount of olive oil. Next season the lettuce with the dry garlic and lots of salt and pepper. Be sure to get oil and spices into the layers of the leaves. Put on large non-stick roasting pan and put in the hot oven for 5 minutes. I wait until the steak is resting to roast the romaine.
  2. Before serving squeeze the Meyer lemon over the lettuce and grate parmesan over it. It tastes like Caesar salad!

Recipe Notes

Serve with other roasted veggies like potatoes or cauliflower; I roast them on the same pan as the romaine. Just push them to one side when it’s time to roast the lettuce.

Why Granulated Garlic: I love fresh garlic but for high heat cooking raw garlic can be tricky, it likes to burn. Burnt garlic is really bitter so to eliminate some of that stress I use good quality dry garlic that has a large grain. The dehydrated garlic brand I like comes with dry parsley already mixed in which is fine with me, parsley never hurt anything.

Meyer Lemons are a hybrid of lemon and orange, if you can’t get them either orange or lemon would be a good substitute.