Rib Eye Steak & Shrimp Diablo Recipe

Rib Eye Steak & Shrimp Diablo Recipe

Does anyone else like dining out then trying to re-create your favorite dish from the menu back at home? Well, I do! I consider myself a fine dining connoisseur and I’m also a fine take-out connoisseur but tonight I’m in my kitchen being a fine cooking connoisseur making a Rib Eye Steak & Shrimp Diablo Recipe. 

If your a surf & turf fan then the “Rib Eye & Shrimp Diablo” is for you! Instead of steak and lobster its steak and shrimp with a delicious sauce drizzled over the top. It happens to be a popular dish that I crave from Flemings restaurant from time to time so it was only fitting that the time came for me to re-create at home. The awesome part of making this meal is you don’t even need a grill to cook your steaks. Which means you don’t have to stand outside in the cold winter months. You can cook them right in your warm and cozy kitchen using a cast iron skillet. I’ve actually become cast iron skillet obsessed when it comes to cooking my steaks vs. the grill. Just season your steaks, heat up the cast iron, add some butter, and sear your steaks on all sides for a couple minutes cooking to your desired temperature. I swear they are cooked to perfection every time with the best crispy crust! Trust me when I say the cast iron skillet will become your new secret weapon when it comes to making steaks. Happy Eating! 🙂

Cast Iron Skillet Steaks

 

Steak & Shrimp Diablo
Steak & Shrimp Diablo
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Ingredients
  1. Rib Eye (or your fav cut of steak)
  2. Large Shrimp
  3. 2 tbsp of Butter
  4. 2 Cloves of Garlic Minced
  5. 1 tbsp of Rosemary Chopped
  6. 1/2 tbsp Lawry's Seaon Salt
  7. Salt & Pepper to taste
  8. Cast Iron Skillet
  9. Shrimp Diablo Sauce
  10. 1/2 Cup of Heavy Whipping Cream
  11. 3 tbsp of Butter
  12. 1 tsp of Fresh Chopped Rosemary
  13. 1-2 Cloves of Fresh Minced Garlic
  14. Dash of Paprika
  15. Dash of Worcestershire
  16. Dash of Hot Sauce
  17. Salt & Pepper to Taste
Instructions
  1. Allow your steak to sit on counter top for 30 minutes to an hour until room temperature.
  2. Season your steaks with lawry's season salt and salt & pepper.
  3. Heat your cast iron skillet on high heat for 6-10 minutes.
  4. Add your butter and make sure its melted through the entire cast iron skillet.
  5. Add your steaks and sear for 4-8 minutes on each side depending on thickness.
  6. Use a fork to hold the steak for 1-2 minutes on each side so its seared all the way around.
  7. Place steak on a cutting board and cover with foil.
  8. Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes so the juices redistribute themselves. It will continue to cook while sitting on the board.
  9. Broil your shrimp.
  10. Peel your shrimp and season with salt & pepper.
  11. Drizzle with olive oil.
  12. Cook for 2 minutes on each side under broiler until done.
  13. Make your Sauce.
  14. Add all your ingredients to your pot and bring to a boil.
  15. Reduce to low heat and whisk while watching closely for 3-5 minutes so it doesn't burn.
  16. Plate your dish by adding a scoop of mashed potatoes, topped w/ your steak & shrimp, drizzled with your sauce.
Notes
  1. PLEASE EAT RESPONSIBLY 🙂 - recipes are meant to be copied, altered, substituted or tweaked to your tasting and liking, so f you don't like an ingredient or allergic to an ingredient then omit it and/or add a different ingredient.
  2. - If your concerned with the chemicals, toxins, dyes, pesticides, GMOs, hormones, antibiotics, rBGH, rBST, and all of the other scary ingredients out there please focus on buying organic meats, produce, and products from your local grocery store or support your local farmers and purchase from farmers markets.
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Steak & Shrimp Diablo

6 Comments

  1. Cast Iron Skillet Is the way to go!!!! After seeing your recipes and trying them I couldn’t go without one!

  2. I’ve had this and it was great…no more grill for me!

  3. This recipe is the Bomb!!!! Not hard at all!!

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