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Halal Ribeye Steak

 

More Information on Halal Ribeye Steak

We offer a range of specially prepared halal Ribeye steaks suitable for all diets at Tom Hixson. With a range of origins, breeds, and flavours, we have something for everyone. We also offer full traceability and certification with our halal meats, which can be provided with every purchase from our market stall or online, at your discretion. 

If you’re looking to wow your guests at your next dinner party, our Tom Hixson Wagyu Ribeye will do just that. The cattle’s diet is supplemented with chocolate, which adds a unique touch of sweetness and depth to every bite.

For a warm summer evening with friends and family, why not consider our perfect Halal Black Label Argentinian Ribeye? Ideally served alongside herby baby potatoes, salad, or between a brioche bun, the Argentine Ribeye offers a buttery mouthfeel blended with infamous depth and richness synonymous with American BBQs and fine dining alike. 

We also offer a Halal Jack's Creek F1 Wagyu Ribeye, which is a rare delicacy from the two most proven marbling breeds; Wagyu and Black Angus. With a beef marbling score of 4-5, you won’t find a luxury cut like this anywhere else. Simply baste in butter when cooking and serve alongside posh chunky chips, pan-fried potatoes or seasonal root vegetables that have been basted in butter.

Order high-quality halal Ribeye steaks to your door with Tom Hixson of Smithfield. If you’re after more delicious halal products, why not explore more of our range? We offer classic steaks, from Sirloin to Fillet, Tomahawk, and Rump. For something a little larger, try our halal beef Bacon, or luxurious beef Chateaubriand.

Halal Ribeye Steak FAQs

Is Ribeye Halal?

All of the ribeye steaks under this category are halal, which means they are halal-certified with 100% farm-to-fork traceability. 

Halal traceability is important and it shouldn’t be understated. Tom Hixson is fully committed to providing the highest quality cuts of meat to everyone in the UK. Ordering halal meats online has never been easier, quicker and safer than with Tom Hixson of Smithfield.

 

How Do You Cook Halal Ribeye Steak?

Before you cook your halal Ribeye steak, take it out of the fridge and leave it to come to room temperature before seasoning well with freshly ground black pepper and sea salt. Then, place your Ribeye steak in a hot pan and cook for 5 minutes on each side. Leave your steak to rest for five minutes before slicing to lock in the flavourful juices.

 

What Goes Well With Halal Ribeye Steak?

We love serving our halal Ribeye steak with roasted garlic mashed potatoes or pan-fried potatoes and roasted vegetables. If you are serving your steak at a summer BBQ, serve alongside lightly charred corn on the cob, and a fresh and tangy slaw. 

 

What Part Of The Cow is Ribeye?

Ribeye steak is taken from the rib section of the cow, also known as the primal. Ribeye contains impressive marbling giving it its delicious flavour and tenderness, making it a firm favourite among steak lovers.

For more information on steaks and the part of the cow from which they are cut, why not check out our Ultimate Steak Guide?

 

What’s Better, Ribeye or Sirloin?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it all depends on your personal preference. Ribeye has more marbling than sirloin making it a fattier cut giving it its delicious juicy flavour. Sirloin is a leaner cut meaning it is much more tender and soft.

The Ribeye is sometimes known as a Tomahawk when the bone is left attached to the steak. If you prefer Ribeye, then you likely will enjoy Tomahawk, too.

 

Is Halal Ribeye From a Cow or Pig?

Halal Ribeye steak is butchered from a cow only. Cuts across the rib of a pig would usually be referred to as ‘chops’ here in the UK. Beef Ribeye is taken from the rib section, which is why it has a good amount of delicious fat marbling running throughout. 

 

How Do You Season a Halal Ribeye Steak?

If you’d like to give your steak a touch more flavour, add a large spoonful of butter to a pan, along with a couple of cloves of garlic, sprigs of fresh thyme and any other fresh herbs from your garden. Baste your steak with the melted butter just before serving.

For more inspiration for cooking Ribeye steak, why not read our dedicated Recipes Page?