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Healthy Infused Comfort Food

A Little Steak & Potatoes

Juicy Grilled Steak & Potatoes
Steak & Potatoes for your next breakfast buffet


Women can grill too. 
Try this easy "entree" for your significant other, or treat yourself.


  1. Buy your favorite cut of steak at least 1inch thick
  2. Season with some montreal steak seasoning, place in ziploc bag, marinate over night
  3. Take steak out fridge
  4. Scrub & rinse your favorite potato
  5. Bake in oven until tender
  6. Rinse & Slice 1 small onion
  7. Wipe clean with damp paper towel 3 crimini & 3 shitake mushrooms (slice)
  8. Light your grill, when charcoals are gray about 20 mins
  9. Brush a little olive oil on your steak, re-season if needed
  10. Grill directly over coals about 6mins per side, ( total about 12mins ) depending on thickness of steak,     ( I prefer medium rare ) 
  11. While Steak is resting, heat a fry pan on medium high heat, add a little of your favorite oil
  12. add onion, cut baked potatoes in cubes skin on, season with rosemary & montreal seasoning, cook until a little golden
  13. take cooked potato mixture out pan and put in warm  bowl
  14. Heat pan to a higher heat to build a little crust at bottom of pan than add mushrooms to the and sautee   (add a little evoo if needed) extra virgin olive oil
  15. don't let pan burn while building a little crust at the bottom of pan (you can always adjust the temperature)
  16. add a little beef, chicken or veggie stock turn up heat add potato mixture & heat thru, after a few mins
  17. ladle potatoes on plate
  18. top with sliced steak and pour juice from plate where steak was resting, into the pan with mushrooms & stock, which is now like an aujus
  19. pour over steak
  20. remember you can always add a little and take out a little depending on your size of family, taste buds and quality of ingredients...
  21. add a little fresh herbs to your potatoes while their sauteing for that extra layer of flavor, like rosemary or thyme
  22. add a little piece of butter after adding your stock and swirl in pan for a richer sauce
  23. add a splash of red wine to your stock to give a more robust flavor, the alcohol cooks out 
  24. Sit back and receive your compliments, they will owe you for this one. 
  25. Try Grass Fed Steak, it cost a little more but it is so worth it, just eat a smaller piece and load your plate with your favorite veggie...
  26. Either Way Bon A Petite                  "TWICE THE SPICE" CATERERS"
      "AN EXPLOSION OF FLAVORS"
 





4 Comments to A Little Steak & Potatoes:

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fruit catalog on Sunday, February 10, 2013 3:03 AM
Fantastic content! Always I try to cook some special and healthy food for my family. I think your dish is healthy and delicious too. I'll make it as soon as possible. Thanks for informing me.
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The Real Deal Chef Steph G on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 2:57 AM
Thank You Fruit Catalog, I know you will enjoy.


Buy Herbal Incense on Sunday, March 03, 2013 4:03 AM
Beautiful description!! This cooking recipe not too easy Also too hard. Indeed, I want to learn this cooking recipe. Are you help me about this ?
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Chef Steph G. on Friday, March 29, 2013 11:42 AM
Sorry about that, I'll have to post easy to understand descriptions. I'll work on that. Thank You...

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