Sauteed Shrimp, Crab Cake & Grilled Ribeye
- 16 rib eye (any size you want)
- 1 tbsp Cottonmouth
- 1 tsp salt
- ½ pound blue crab meat
- 2 tbs chives
- ½ cup bread crumbs
- ½ cup parmigiano (shredded)
- 1 tsp garlic
- ½ tsp salt
- 2 oz egg
- 1 lb shrimp (large peeled )
- 1 ½ tbs butter
- ½ tbs Cottonmouth
- 1/4 salt
Grill Rib Eye
- Rub Cottonmouth and salt all over steak.
- Let rest on counter until room temperature.
- Get your charcoal started on one side of your pit.
- Once the coals are red hot place steak on colder side of grill.
- Since rib eyes are typically thicker our grill time is a little different. Cooking over charcoal means you really have to sit and baby the steak. In the long run you are the one who determines “done-ness”.
- I usually cook a 1 ½ to 2” steak at 4 minutes flip, 4 minutes flip, 3 minutes flip, 3 minutes pull steak.
- Let rest until ready to plate.
Fry Crab Cake/s
- Chop chives, crush garlic and put in bowl. Reserve a few chives for garnish.
- In separate bowl scramble egg.
- Add crab, parmigiano, bread crumbs, and salt.
- Last add the scrambled egg.
- Gently mix to combine ingredients. Try not to break up crab meat if using lump.
- Make patties about 4-5 inches diameter.
- In a medium high pan drizzle a shot of olive oil.
- Add a patty and cook until browned then flip to brown other side. 2 to 3 minutes per side.
- Set aside or or place one on top of a rib eye.
- In the pan you cooked crab in add the butter, shrimp, Cottonmouth, and salt.
- Stir and or flip until shrimp turn white.
- From bottom to top: place rib eye in center of plate, stack on a crab cake, and last pour the sauteed shrimp and butter over the top.
- Garnish with chives take a picture and get after it!
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