Ribeye is the most well-known steak at Texas Roadhouse. People like the tender USDA-choice meat cuts Roadhouse uses in their Ft. Worth and bone-in ribeyes.
The Ft Worth Ribeye comes in three sizes: 10, 12, and 16 oz. The bone-in Ribeye is available in 20 oz.
You get the steak with two of your preferred sides. Most people love steak fries and seasoned rice, along with Roadhouse Ribeyes.
Ft Worth vs. Bone-In Ribeyes of Texas Roadhouse
Here are the main differences between Ft Worth Ribeye and Bone-In Ribeye served at Texas Roadhouse:
- Bone-in Ribeyes are cooked at a lower temperature, making them more tender. Ft Worth Ribeyes are cooked at a higher temperature than bone-in ones.
- The bone in bone-in Ribeyes increases the flavor of the meat. Moreover, it acts as a natural tenderizer.
- Ft Worth Ribeyes come in three sizes: 10 oz., 12 oz., and 16 oz. On the other hand, all bone-in ribeyes at Texas Roadhouse are available at 20 oz. size.
- Bone-in ribeyes have a rarer portion of the meat around the bone. Ft Worth Ribeyes are less tender but are still pretty well-made.
Most chefs and meat lovers claim that bone-in ribeyes are much better due to the increased meat flavor due to the bone.
Texas Roadhouse Ribeye Copycat Recipe
One of the secrets to making your steak taste like Texas Roadhouse ribeyes is to let it sit for around 30 minutes after applying the seasoning.
You need the following seasonings for the meat:
- Kosher salt
- Onion powder
- Garlic powder
- Brown sugar
- Garlic salt
- Chili powder
- Black pepper
- Mix all the seasoning.
- Make sure your meat piece is at room temperature.
- Rub the seasoning mix into the meat.
- Let your steak sit for around 30 minutes.
- Preheat the grill to 400 degrees.
- Cook the steak for around 3-5 minutes (depending on the thickness) on each side.
- Let the steak rest for around 5 minutes.
For a perfect steak piece, use a steak thermometer.
Texas Roadhouse Steak Nutritional Values
Ft Worth Ribeye (16 oz.)
Bone-In Ribeye (20 oz.)