Best Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks with Mushrooms

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The Best Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks with Mushrooms Recipe – delicious steakhouse style ribeye steak right from the oven broiler! 

Learn how to cook steak in the oven with mushrooms for the best broiled steak recipe ever.

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Cooking a steak at home often means firing up the grill – but it doesn’t have to!

To get a delicious steakhouse style steak, you can use your stovetop and your broiler for a perfectly caramelized rib-eye steak that tastes like it came from your favorite swanky steak joint – and we’re even cooking perfect meaty mushrooms for a knockout side dish – right in the same pan for a truly one-pot steak and mushroom dinner that everyone will love!

Since home kitchen ovens don’t reach the ultra-high heat needed for restaurant quality steak, we’re using the broiler on high and quickly pre-searing our steaks, as well as a secret trick to get the perfect oven baked steaks that taste like they came from a steakhouse – right from your own kitchen.

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Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks With Mushrooms

While pan-searing steak tastes great, it can create a ton of smoke and grease – so we’re getting a pan-seared steak effect right in our oven with this perfect oven baked steaks technique.

This method does require specific techniques, and a good amount of ventilation, so be sure to read the tips and tricks I am including below.

See how to make Air Fryer Ribeye Steaks here.

Important note: This recipe is formulated to make 2 ribeye steaks and mushrooms. If you want to make more than 2 ribeyes using this method, use two pans, or cook the steaks in batches. 

  • Broiling steak in the oven cuts down on smoke, so you can cook and keep your kitchen clean!
  • Get perfect medium-rare steak with a crunchy crust (or cook to your preferred temperature) in less than 15 minutes!
  • Cook a steak and side dish in just one pan in your oven.
  • Get steakhouse style steaks right from your oven – no grill required!

To Cook Ribeye Steaks in the Oven, You’ll Need:

To cook ribeye steaks in the oven, you will need a couple of critical tools – but if you enjoy cooking at home, you probably already have a lot of these anyways.

While we are using specific pans, you’re likely to already have a heavy cast iron pan.

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How to Cook a Ribeye Steak

Ribeye steaks are one of my favorite steaks for their rich, delicious flavor that comes from having lots of fat marbled throughout. Ribeyes are best when cooked very, very hot – and very, very fast – making them a natural fit for the grill.

It’s not always ideal to cook a steak on the grill though, so this technique will get perfect steak right from your oven, using your broiler for super high heat! The key to a perfect ribeye steak at home in your oven is cooking it with the highest heat possible – and as fast as possible. To do this easily, preheating your oven and your pan is essential.

Your pan should be so hot when you put the steak in it, it sears like it would on a stovetop. To do this, it should sit in a preheated oven for about 30 minutes. When you go to cook your steaks, use extreme caution with the very hot pan – I often forget and try to grab a pan in the oven by the handle, which would cause major injury!

Be sure to keep a high heat oven mitt nearby so you don’t forget.

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How to Prepare a Ribeye Steak

Ribeye Steak needs to cook quickly for the best flavor and texture – and it helps to prepare your steak to cook perfectly.

Don’t skip the following tips for perfect ribeye steak in the oven every single time.

  • Let ribeye come to room temperature for at least 30 minutes before cooking.
    • Cold ribeye steak won’t caramelize and sear properly, room-temperature steak will have the most juicy, melt-in-your-mouth flavor and perfectly seared crust!
  • Pat steak dry with paper towel if there is any moisture from packaging. 
    • Moisture leftover from packaging is common unless you bought dry-aged steaks – be sure to pat steaks dry to get a perfectly seared crust so your steaks sear, not boil.
  • Salt and pepper steak generously before cooking. 
  • Preheat pan in oven for at least 30 minutes to get a sautéed steak effect. 
    • I can’t undersell the importance of heating your pan to be scaldingly hot before placing steaks in the pan – let it sit in the oven after it has come to 500 degrees for at least 30 minutes before cooking.

How to Broil a Steak in the Oven

Once your steaks, pan, and oven are prepared – it’s time to broil your steak to perfection!

These tips will help you get perfect oven broiled steaks every time – from ribeye to new york strip!

Use a little oil or butter

To keep the steak from sticking, swirl a bit of oil through the pan.

Be sure to use a high-heat oil that won’t smoke in the pan – peanut or canola oils are great choices, but you can also use lard, tallow, or clarified butter/ghee.

Let sear before flipping

Don’t flip your steak until it has developed a lovely crunchy brown crust – flipping too often will cause your steak to boil instead of sear!

Don’t overcrowd pan 

Steaks are best when cooked at very high heat, very quickly – so the pan shouldn’t be too crowded or they will release too much liquid, again, causing the steaks to boil instead of searing.

Keep heat high

Keep the oven door closed so the heat can stay very, very high. Letting heat escape will make the steaks cook slowly – causing a tougher, rubbery texture. You want heat as high as possible.

Turn on fans 

This cooking method will provide a lot of smoke, so be sure to ventilate well.

Use Caution with Hot Pan

This method uses a very, very, very hot pan to cook the steaks quickly – so extreme caution must be used!

When adding oil to pan, steaks to oil, or touching pan at all, remember the pan will be extremely hot.

Wear high-heat oven mitts to keep your hands safe.

Other Delicious Low Carb Skillet Meals You’ll Love

If you love this hearty and delicious steakhouse style broiled ribeye and mushrooms dinner (that is also keto diet approved and naturally low carb), you’re also going to love some of my other favorite low carb dinners!

Click each link to find my favorite deliciously hearty and easy low carb dinner below:

What to serve with Oven Baked Steaks

We love serving our perfect soft buttery dinner rolls with these steaks – or jalapeño cheddar rolls if your staying keto – as well as air fried broccoli, Roasted Cauliflower with Cilantro Cashew Pesto, The Best French Onion Soup Ever, The Best Easy Broiled Lobster Tails, or Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Scallops!

These easy oven broiled steaks are the perfect easy dinner – but if you’re looking for more delicious recipes that pair perfectly with broiled ribeye steaks, I am rounding up my favorites below:

Try these other delicious beef recipes:

Some of our other favorite side dishes worth checking out:

You can find the rest of our side dishes here.


When is steak done?

For a medium rare steak, cook to 135 degrees internal temperature.
Rare – 125 degrees
Medium Rare – 135 degrees
Medium – 145 degrees
Medium Well – 155 degrees
Well – 165 degrees
all degrees Fahrenheit

How long to broil ribeye steak?

For a medium rare ribeye steak, broil for 12-15 minutes.
Rare – 10-12 minutes
Medium Rare – 12-15 minutes
Medium – 13-16 minutes
Medium Well – 15-17 minutes
Well – 16-18 minutes

How long does ribeye steak last?

Ribeye steak can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to four days.

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Best Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks with Mushrooms Recipe

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Best Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks with Mushrooms Recipe

The Best Oven Broiled Ribeye Steaks with Mushrooms Recipe is a delicious complete one pot steakhouse dinner with perfectly broiled ribeye steaks and meaty broiled mushrooms topped in a garlic herb butter that will impress even the pickiest eaters. Learn how to cook steak in the oven with mushrooms for the best broiled steak recipe ever.
Course Steak
Cuisine American
Keyword keto, main dish, oven broiled steaks,, ribeye steak, steak and mushroom
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 15 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Servings 4 people
Calories 676kcal
Author Courtney O’Dell


  • 2 16 oz ribeye steaks
  • 1 tsp peanut oil
  • ½ tsp celtic sea salt
  • ¼ tsp freshly cracked pepper
  • 3-4 thyme sprigs
  • 2 garlic cloves crushed
  • 8 oz cremini mushrooms sliced
  • 3 tbsp garlic herb butter


  • Preheat broiler to 500 degrees. 
  • Add heavy cast iron pan to oven to preheat. 
  • Remove steak from packaging and pat dry. 
  • Generously season steak with salt and pepper and let come to room temperature, about a half an hour. 
  • Prepare mushrooms right before cooking the steak – wipe clean with a paper towel, remove stems if desired, and then slice thinly. 
  • When cast iron pan is scorching hot, using potholders, add oil to pan and give a quick swish around the pan. 
  • Carefully add steaks to pan, then mushrooms, and close oven. 
  • After 4 minutes, flip steaks and stir mushrooms. Add garlic and thyme to pan. 
  • After another 4 minutes, check steaks for doneness. Keep flipping and stirring steaks and mushrooms until steaks are at your preferred doneness, depending on the thickness of your ribeye steaks. 
  • Just before removing from oven, add pats of garlic her butter to the top of the steaks. 
  • Remove and let rest for at least 10 minutes before serving to lock in the steaks juices. 
  • Serve and enjoy! 


Serving: 1g | Calories: 676kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 58g | Fat: 47g | Saturated Fat: 21g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 25g | Cholesterol: 184mg | Sodium: 451mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g

About Courtney

Courtney loves to share great wine, good food, and loves to explore far flung places- all while masting an everyday elegant and easy style at lifestyle blog Sweet C’s Designs. Sweet C's devoted to finding the best food and drinks you'll want to make or find, around the world!

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  1. Jack says:

    I dont know where Wendy got her information about Canola Oil, but as a Chemical Engineer who lives to cook, I can tell you it is essentially urban legend based on misinfornation about the source of this product. I prefer Olive Oil myself, but if you want to use Canola Oil to cook it’s fine.