How to cook a steak to medium rare on a George Foreman?

We’re having rib eye steaks for supper, and I like mine medium rare. How would you cook them to that without drying them out?

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How to cook a steak to medium rare on a George Foreman? — 5 Comments

  1. 4 minutes a side – no more.

    salt and pepper them before you cook them. Should be on medium high – check out the recipe book that came with the machine. rib eye steaks are hard to dry out. Does the George Foreman grill press them too much???? might be better frying the steak in a frying pan – a cast iron pan is best.

  2. Very difficult to do on a George Foreman grill.
    It will dry out every meat. It is built for that purpose .
    You can experiment however and check every 2 to 3 minutes for Donne’s.
    Good Luck
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  3. Let them come to room temperature first. Take the grill outside. Preheat the grill on its highest setting. Season the meat with kosher salt and fresh ground pepper on both sides. Place on the grill close it. Don’t mind the smoke. That’s good. Cook for two minutes. Remove from the grill to a temporary plate. Let the grill heat up again. Put the meat back on for another two minutes, but at a 90 degree angle from the last time, to make a nice crosshatch pattern. Take a sharp thin boning knife, and stab a vertical slot right through the thickest part of the meat. Use a fork and the knife to look in the middle to see how done it is. Use a fork to jiggle the center of the meat from right to left. Cook for another minute if it isn’t medium rare yet. Repeat until done. Then remember how the texture changes as the meat goes from raw, to rare, to medium rare, so you don’t have to cut the meat to know how done it is. Meat can tell you exactly how done it is by pressing it with a fork, if you know what to look for. It’s kinda like how the Dog Whisperer sees things that the dog is doing that the owners can’t see. I’m the Steak Whisperer. My steaks are always trained to be calm and submissive to me.