Dry-Aged Steak In Coffee Recipe

Dry-Aged Steak In Coffee Recipe | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image credits: Guga Foods via Youtube


Experiment in your next steak night and try this dry-aged steak in coffee by Guga Foods from Youtube. The taste can be exotic, but you might actually like it, and you’ll never know unless you try it! What’s more, Guga Foods also shares an amazing red potatoes side dish recipe to go by with your steak! Watch the tutorial below and start learning these recipes.



  • 4 pieces of ribeye steak
  • regular coffee grind
  • salt

Red potatoes side dish:

  • red potatoes
  • crispy bacon
  • olive oil
  • salt
  • Italian seasoning
  • garlic powder
  • parmesan cheese
  • garlic butter sauce

Garlic butter sauce:

  • melted butter
  • garlic paste
  • dry parsley


Step 1

For the first ribeye steak, cover it with a regular coffee grind, making sure that every single edge of the steak is perfectly covered. For the second steak, make a coffee slurry by adding a bit of water into the coffee grind. Add salt and mix the slurry thoroughly. Apply the slurry to the steak and just like the first one, make sure to cover every part of it. For the last two steaks, go the traditional way and just cover them with salt. Place each steak on a cooling rack and put them in the refrigerator for 24 hours.

Dry-aged steaks in coffee for 24 hours
Image credits: Guga Foods via Youtube


Step 2

Making the side dish – first, lay down all your bacon strips into a baking tray and put it in the oven at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Chop them into small bits; set them aside. Next, wash your red potatoes and cut them into four pieces each. Place them in a bowl and drizzle some good amount of olive oil – season with salt, Italian seasoning, and garlic powder. Mix everything well. Place potatoes in a large baking tray. Lay them well, making sure that the potatoes are not on top of each other. (You may want to use two baking trays for this.) Place them in the oven set at 400 degrees F and let them cook for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, pull out the potatoes from the oven and put them in a bowl. Add a good amount of garlic butter sauce to the potatoes followed by parmesan cheese and bacon bits. Mix it well.

Step 3

After 24 hours, it’s time to get the steaks out of the refrigerator. For the first steak, scrape out the coffee as much as possible. Season it with salt, freshly ground black pepper, and garlic powder. For the second steak, scraped the coffee out completely and season it with just black pepper and garlic powder. For the last two steaks, rub the first one with a coffee rub. (the coffee rub is composed of coffee grounds, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, and black pepper that are mixed together.) The second one will be the control, seasoned only with ground black pepper and garlic powder. After seasoning all the steaks, sear them first, and then cook them in indirect heat until the internal temperature reaches about 135 degrees F.

Cooking dry-aged steaks in coffee
Image credits: Guga Foods via Youtube

Dry-Aged Steak In Coffee Recipe

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