Côte de Boeuf with Chimichurri Sauce

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Côte De Boeuf is a steak cut from the rib primal with the rib bone still attached but depending on where you live it will have different names. In French cuisine the same cut also with bone attached is called côte de bœuf, which translates as “beef rib”. In Australia and New Zealand a bone-in rib steak is called a "ribeye". In the USA it is known as a rib steak or cowboy steak. It delivers amazing flavour from all the marbling that runs through it, and makes an ideal sharing steak for a dinner for two. Chimichurri is mainly made from chopped parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano, chilli flakes, and red wine vinegar. It's great to use as a condiment for the meat, but can also be used as a marinade.

  • A bunch parsley, roughly chopped
  • 1-2 tbsp Oregano
  • 2 Garlic cloves
  • 1 Shallot, chopped
  • 1/2 tsp Chilli flakes
  • 4 tbsp Olive oil
  • Juice 1/2 lemon
  • 2 tsp Red wine vinegar
  • 25 g Butter,
  • 1 / about 700 g Côte de Boeuf
  • Salt and peppers
  • Arugula
  1. To make the chimichurri, blitz the parsley, oregano, garlic, shallot and chilli flakes in a food process. Add olive oil, the lemon juice, vinegar and some seasoning, and pulse to combine everything to a saucy consistency.
  2. Take Côte de Boeuf ouf of the refrigerator 1- 2 hours before the preparation. Season steak well with salt and pepper.
  3. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Heat the butter in a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat. Sear the beef for 2 minutes on both sides then cook in the oven for 16 minutes for rare, 20 minutes for medium.
  4. Remove from the oven and leave to rest for at least 10 minutes. Slice thickly and serve with the prepared chimichurri sauce over a bed of arugula salad.

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33 comments:

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 27/5/19 11:58

Oh, I love this combination of beef and chimichurri! Now I wish we were grilling some steaks for Memorial Day---need to add this to our menu!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 27/5/19 14:15

Beautiful cut of steak and it<s perfectly cooked. And I adore Chimichurri suace, this is perfect.

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natalia20041989 27/5/19 14:20

I should finally make chimichurri, looks so incredibly tempting☺

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2pots2cook 27/5/19 15:52

Perfect cut, perfect spread !

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Kitchen Riffs 27/5/19 16:49

Great dish! We like chimichurri sauce and often use it on beef. We usually grill a flank or skirt steak when using this sauce, but the ribeye sounds wonderful (it's such a flavorful and succulent cut of meat). Really nice -- thanks.

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Mae Travels 27/5/19 21:26

This might just be the thing for the steak I’m defrosting for dinner tonight! Thanks for the idea.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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Reeni 28/5/19 02:02

My mouth is watering Angie! That is a gorgeous piece of meat! So delicious with that sauce.

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Jeff the Chef 28/5/19 02:55

Yum! I've never had this cut of beef before.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 28/5/19 08:02

Angie, what a special dish! It looks amazing! Love the chimichurri sauce!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 28/5/19 14:46

You must have a great butcher, Angie, because that is a gorgeous cut of meat! It's cooked to perfection and the chimichurri sauce is so flavorful. I love serving steak on a bed of arugula too ;)

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Balvinder 28/5/19 15:19

Thats a great looking meal!

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Nancy Chan 28/5/19 16:20

I am sure it tastes great and I would so love to try but I don't know how to appreciate steak that looks red.

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beyondkimchee 29/5/19 01:58

I used to live in Argentina where chimichurri is a must for their Asado. This reminds me of the wonderful beef I had there.

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GiGi Eats 29/5/19 02:20

This is legit the sexiest thing I have seen all week long. Holy moly. That meat looks phenomenal!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 29/5/19 12:45

This looks delicious, Angie! So flavorful and perfect on a bed of greens.

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Pam 29/5/19 16:53

It look perfectly cooked and so delicious. YUM!

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Valentina 29/5/19 19:30

I love this cut -- under any name. ;-) Chimichurri is a favorite in my house, and ideal with this recipe. Delicious!

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Shashi 30/5/19 11:32

Angie, you have doen such a fantastic job cooking this steak - love the chimchurri pairing too!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 31/5/19 05:08

Angie, what a wonderful, satisfying meal! Beautifully done. AND gorgeous photos.

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Izaa 31/5/19 07:58

I would eat such a delicious dish

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 31/5/19 14:47

Yesss! I love using chimichurri on steaks!

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Debra Eliotseats 31/5/19 16:49

Love chimichurri with beef and yours looks perfectly cooked!

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The-FoodTrotter 1/6/19 11:54

OMG this looks luscious and so rich, I'm in love :) I can feel the tenderness of the meat and the zesty freshness of the chimichurri sauce :)

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Mae Travels 1/6/19 13:14

I did make chimicurri for a grilled steak and it was delicous -- thanks to your great idea!

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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Rosita Vargas 1/6/19 22:13

Se ve riquísimo Angie y esa salsa me encanta,abrazos.

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tigerfish 2/6/19 02:18

Bones in the bone-in meats give the meat much more flavor, don't you think?
Perfectly done meat complementing seamlessly with herbs (aroma) and vinegar (acid) in the chimichurri

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Paula - Vintage Kitchen 5/6/19 05:38

Chimichurri is the best thing for grilled meat! And you like it juicy too!

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Adina 6/6/19 15:08

Oh my God this looks amazing! Better than any cake!

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Ana Regalado 7/6/19 11:06

I love beef and this mughty meaty dish looks very appetizing!

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Juliana 7/6/19 22:14

Wow Angie, what a nice piece of meat...and it is cooked perfectly to my taste. The sauce looks and sounds delicious...great combination!

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愛Shi家庭 8/6/19 05:25

The chimichurri on steaks is mouth watering !
Well done ,Angie!

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Noob Cook 10/6/19 03:18

I love red meat! The rib steak looks like it is cooked to perfection here.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 16/6/19 03:20

A beautiful combination! I've never made Chimichurri, and there is no reason for that. I will try this the next time husband wants to grill!

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