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Looking for how Ruth’s Chris cook their steaks, not recipe 4 garlic butter!?

Anyone knows how Ruth’s Chris cook their steaks? Besides the quality of meat & a really hot broiler/over, there must be a method & timing to get the same juicy melt-in-your-mouth perfection that comes on the plate.

Actually I think you have everything right there already.

They use a top quality beef that was raised just for them using their standards. They use a patented broiler that I hear gets up to 1600 or 1800 degrees that would not be doable at home, and they use garlic butt on them to season.

To get a great steak, you have to start out with a great piece of beef – that is half the battle.

I agree, they have one of the better slices of cow available.

edited to add: And I would guess that they dry age their beef. The best steaks are dry aged 6-8 weeks. But any dry ageing is generally better than wet aging using enzymes.

2 thoughts on “Looking for how Ruth’s Chris cook their steaks, not recipe 4 garlic butter!?

  1. Noah says:

    Actually I think you have everything right there already.

    They use a top quality beef that was raised just for them using their standards. They use a patented broiler that I hear gets up to 1600 or 1800 degrees that would not be doable at home, and they use garlic butt on them to season.

    To get a great steak, you have to start out with a great piece of beef – that is half the battle.

    I agree, they have one of the better slices of cow available.

    edited to add: And I would guess that they dry age their beef. The best steaks are dry aged 6-8 weeks. But any dry ageing is generally better than wet aging using enzymes.
    References :

  2. d says:

    To get that tenderness and still have a crust on the outside you need to do two things. Put a tablespoon of butter in a skillet on high, and sear the steak on both sides for about a minute and a half, or until brown ( don’t cook it any longer than two a side)….Then take the steak in the pan, and put it in a 375 degree oven for about 10-15 minutes depending on the way you like it (10-11 for Rare-Med. Rare)
    References :

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