5 Reviews

We enjoyed this very much and the hubs couldn't have loved it more. I used buffalo rib eye steaks. I personally found the end result saltier than I prefer, but found the method to be speedy and easy. I did use course kosher salt, but I think I may use less than called for next time. I also served it with a compound butter I mixed up using 2 T butter, 2 t minced garlic, 1/4 t course ground pepper and a palmful of grated parmesean cheese. Yum. Thanks for posting.

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Chef hardyhar July 22, 2011

Yummy! Although I rarely cook with salt, I can't turn down the opportunity to have a good steak cooked with kosher salt. This was really simple and really delicious. Thanks JoJoStar for a nice keeper. Made for Zaar Alphabet Chef Soup Tag.

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lazyme August 23, 2010

I used kosher salt & delicious home-raised beef from one of our cows. The steaks smelled wonderful while they were cooking & looked good when they were done & had rested. Perhaps I used too much kosher salt because they were too salty for my taste! I don't cook with much salt but we eat some prepared foods with higher salt content. Wish they had turned out more to our liking:( Hope it turns out better for you if you try the recipe!

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JandKsMom March 31, 2009

Delicious! It was like a gourmet restaurant steak made at home! Extremely "hands-off" and easy! I will definitely save this recipe!

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Lawsome May 30, 2008

Be sure to use a coarse salt! I didn't the first time I made this and had a very salty steak. Made properly this results in a very juicy, flavorful steak.

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iris5555 April 27, 2006
Salt-Fried Rib-Eye Steak