Keep your Kobe beef ribeye steaks frozen until you are ready to cook them. For thawing tips, please read Safely Defrosting Food for Maximum Flavor
Cook wagyu ribeye steaks as you would normal beef bone-in ribeyes. Alternatively, many Kobe beef aficionados believe that the best way to prepare wagyu steaks is to quickly sear them on a grill or hot preheated cast-iron skillet until a crust develops on the outside, leaving the center soft and barely cooked.
If you’re roasting these steaks in the oven and the exposed bones start to get too dark before the steak is done, wrap the bones in tin-foil to protect them from excessive browning.How to Cook Tomahawk SteaksThree Techniques for Cooking SteaksHow to Tell Steak Doneness By FeelSteak RecipesRecommended Internal Cooking Temps
Rare - 120°-125°
Medium Rare - 130°-135°
Medium - 140°-145°
Medium Well - 150°-155°
Well Done - 160° and above