The Juicy Details
If there's a more satisfying and robust cut of beef than The Good Silver Steak Co.'s American Wagyu Prime Rib steaks, we have yet to discover it. The abundance of marbling in each steak ensures every bite takes you on a juicy, tender, and delicious culinary adventure.
When you think of a prime rib, you probably picture a gorgeous roast placed in the middle of a dining room table for a holiday feast or a celebratory gathering. And while our American Wagyu Prime Rib is undoubtedly worthy of center stage, when your savory steak caving strikes, you don't always have the time or crowd for a roast. So give yourself the steakhouse experience you deserve without leaving the comfort of your own home by ordering Good Silver's individual cuts of American Wagyu Prime Rib.
Taking your wagyu prime rib out of the refrigerator to get it to room temperature is a critical first step. After that, you can season with generous amounts of salt, freshly ground black pepper, and any of your favorite seasonings. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, and then begin preparing your steak.
- Add just enough oil to a cast iron skillet to lightly coat the bottom, then heat it over a medium-high flame.
- Place your American Wagyu Prime Rib steak in the pan and sear until it has a deeply browned crust (about 3–5 minutes).
- Flip your steak, and slather the seared side with a healthy dose of garlic butter.
- Put the skillet and steak in the preheated oven for about 5 minutes or until it reaches the internal temperature of your preferred doneness.
- Remove from the oven and allow the steak to rest for at least 5 minutes to allow the savory juices to redistribute.
When serving a classic like Good Silver's American Wagyu Prime Rib, it's hard to stray from a tannin-packed classic like a Napa cabernet or nebbiolo. Barolo, Rhone Valley varietals, and syrah are also up to the task. If you prefer beer, pair a rich amber ale to compliment the beef flavor. Of course, your favorite whiskey, tequila, or rum are great liquor choices. For a classic cocktail, you'll never go wrong with a martini, or for a more adventurous drink, pour yourself a dark and stormy. Now, all that's left to do is sip, slice, and savor.