How to Cook Restaurant Quality Ribeye Steak on a Blackstone Griddle

Today, I’m so excited to share with you my latest kitchen adventure – cooking the perfect ribeye steak on a Blackstone griddle. As a food blogger and home cook, I’m always on the lookout for new techniques that can take my dishes to the next level. And let me tell you, this method did not disappoint!

If you’re anything like me, you love a good steak, but the thought of cooking it at home can be intimidating. That’s why I was thrilled to discover the magic of using a Blackstone griddle. Not only does it give your steak a delicious sear, but it also locks in all those mouthwatering juices.

In this blog post, I’m going to walk you through every step of the process, from selecting the perfect cut of meat to achieving the ultimate sear. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just getting started in the kitchen, I promise this recipe is achievable and will have everyone at the dinner table begging for seconds.

So, grab your apron, and let’s get cooking!

How long to cook Ribeye on Blackstone?

Cooking the Steaks on the Blackstone doesn’t take long. It will depend on the temperature you want the steaks to be. But on average it takes about 3 to 4 on each side to cook the steaks.

What Temperature do you cook a Ribeye on Blackstone?

To cook the Ribeye Steak it needs to be cooked on high heat. We use our Blackstone thermometer to check the temperature. It needs to be around 500 degrees before grilling.

Blackstone Ribeye Steak Recipe

We love to cook steaks on our Blackstone Griddle. The griddle ribeye steaks come out perfectly crispy texture, juicy and flavorful on the inside. These steaks come out of restaurant quality but are budget-friendly.

The steaks are seasoned with easy seasoning and then grilled for about 3 minutes on each side. Then we top each steak with melted butter for added flavor.

My family loves when we cook steak. Pair the steaks with a delicious side dish for an easy meal idea. Cooking Blackstone Griddle Recipes have become a family favorite.



  • 4 Ribeye Steaks
  • 2 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Pepper
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 2 Tbsp Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Butter

Instruction on How to Cook Ribeye Steak on a Blackstone Griddle

  1. Preheat the Blackstone griddle over high heat (approximately 500 degrees F). You want the griddle to be hot to get a good sear on the steaks.
  2. Make sure that the steaks are dry and are at room temperature. Combine the garlic powder, salt, and pepper together in a small bowl. Then season the steaks with the seasoning mixture (approximately ½ per steak).
  3. Spread the oil out onto the Blackstone grill.
  4. Once the oil is hot, place the steaks on the Blackstone grill on top of the oil. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes and do not move them to get a good sear on the steaks.
  5. Then use tongs to gently lift and flip the steak. If the steaks are still sticking to the grill, this means that they need more time and they are not ready to flip yet.
  6. Flip the steaks onto a separate section of the grill. Then cook the steaks for 2-3 more minutes to sear the opposite side of the steaks.
  7. Then reduce the temperature on the Blackstone grill to medium heat. Cook the steak until they are done to your preference. Use an instant-read meat thermometer to check the steak temperature. The recipe notes have the internal temperature for each steak preference.
  8. Then top each steak with approximately ½ Tbsp of butter and let the butter melt into the steak.
  9. Let the steak rest for 5 minutes and then it’s ready to serve warm and then enjoy!


The best way to test for doneness is by inserting an instant-read thermometer into the thickest part of the steak. Do this through the side, not the top of the steak.

Steak Doneness

  • Rare – 120F, cool to warm red center
  • Medium Rare – 130F, Warm red center
  • Medium – 140F, Hot pink center
  • Medium Well – 150F, Mostly brown center
  • Well Done – 160F, full brown in color

You can use any time of steak for this recipe.


Calories 586kcal, Carbohydrates 1g, Protein 46g, Fat 45g, Saturated Fat 18g, Polyunsaturated Fat 4g, Monounsaturated Fat 21g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 153mg, Sodium 1326mg, Potassium 623mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 1g, Vitamin A 212IU, Vitamin C 1mg, Calcium 21mg, Iron 4mg

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About the Author: Julia Azedae

Food is my passion, and I'm grateful every day that I get to share that passion with others through my blog. I hope to continue exploring the world of food and sharing my experiences with my readers for many years to come.

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