Steak with Thyme, Rosemary and Dill is pan-fried ribeye cooked in butter & herbs. Steak is tender, moist and flavorful with savory blends of thyme, rosemary and dill.
This simple ribeye steak recipe is so easy to make and delectable.
Our July 4th celebration was simple. Most fireworks were cancelled except for 3 locations that were quite far from us. I decided to go out with a friend passed 8 pm just to get out of the house. Drove in separate cars and went to a nearby park.
This park is huge and there were only 5 groups of people and we were far from each other. Two groups of people were teenagers not wearing mask who were next to each other which was unfortunate.
Surprisingly, there were neighborhood fireworks that were quite nice. I brought a couple of soda and popcorn.
One teenager decided to hold a firework while surrounded by friends. The firework sparks could have easily landed in his eyes or burned his hair.
My friend commented, I don’t feel sorry for him if he gets hurt. He is old enough to know not to do stupid stunts like that. I agree!
It is OK to have fun but that obviously could have landed him in the ER. Oh well. Besides, who wants to go to ER at this time.
A couple of people were grilling and the aroma was so inviting. We were planning to barbecue for lunch but decided to make our steak indoors.
When the weather is nicer then I’ll plan to grill a bunch of different meat and vegetables. Our summer is too hot to be outdoors midday. So when I have a chance to grill, I have many things grilling at the same time.
This ribeye steak with thyme, rosemary and dill is quick and easy to make.
All the herbs I used came from my garden. I have a bunch of rosemary and thyme that were planted last year and they survived our mild winter.
Many times I tried to grow herbs indoors but I never had luck, so last year I planted a bunch of different herbs in pots that were in my back patio. They did very well but I am not doing that again.
It became a chore as I was watering manually 2x a day and if I missed to water after sunset they were all droopy the following day.
As an experiment, before I left for vacation last October, I transplanted them on the ground and they all thrived during winter. I also have basil and oregano that are doing so well.
The parsley didn’t do well in the pot during the summer but once transplanted on the ground it grew like weeds. My Thai basil grew from seeds from last years plant. I also added dill, mint and cilantro this Spring.
It is so convenient to have these herbs. Anytime I need it, I just go to the garden. Another plus, they are all connected to a watering system, so it is watered automatically.
Tips Cooking Steak with Thyme, Rosemary and Dill
Choose a well-marbled ribeye steak or any steak. This recipe will work for a different cut of steak if you are not a fan of ribeye.
If frozen, transfer steak in fridge to thaw overnight.
Remove the herb leaves from the stem as they are edible. Discard the stem or bundle and add it to the side while cooking to add flavor, then discard.
Season steak with garlic powder, salt and pepper before cooking. Some people do it while eating. Steak is tastier if you season before you pan-fry.
Make sure pan is hot when you put the steak. You want it to sizzle instead of steamed. Use a cast iron, if you like.
Use a thermometer so you can cook the steak to your preference. I like my steak well—done and I can tell once it is done to my liking.
Steak with Thyme, Rosemary and Dill
- 1 pound ribeye steak
- 2 tablespoons rosemary remove stem
- 2 tablespoons thyme remove stem
- 2 tablespoons dill remove stem
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- 3 tablespoons butter
- salt and pepper to taste
- Combine thyme, rosemary and dill in bowl.
- Season steak with garlic powder, salt and pepper.
- Rub herbs evenly on both sides of steak.
- Heat pan and melt butter.
- Fry steak and cook depending on your preference RARE, MEDIUM or WELL-DONE.
- Remove steak from pan. Rest for 5 minutes.
- Serve with your favorite sides. Enjoy!