So since we cook everyday, we figured we need to organize our recipes and share the fun while we are at it. It does help that everything we make is pure genius...just sayin! Read up and dig in on some awesome recipes that we've created, learned from the family, or interpreted to suit our needs and likes. Feel free to send us suggestions or ask questions, because this is all about sharing!
Make yourself look like a fancy little chef with this simple steak and potatoes without the grill. It's a small effort with BIG flavor.
What you'll need:
2 Shell Steaks
2 Medium Sized Sweet Potatoes
3 Garlic Cloves
Pinch of Salt
1 tsp Black Pepper
3 Grape Tomatoes
Crumbled Goat Cheese
Make sure to trim all the excess fat off the steaks. If they are shell steaks, there shouldn't be much.
Mince the garlic as finely as you can. Then, spread it on both sides of the steaks and rub it into the meat. Do the same with a few and healthy shakes of pepper (enough to actually see the pepper covering the meat) and lightly salt. Let sit for about an hour to let those flavors melt in.
Skin the sweet potatoes and dice into medium sized cubes.
Heat one pan on med-high with your choice of cooking spray, or some light butter. Once the pan gets nice and hot add your steaks. Cook for about 7 minutes on each side or until it reaches the desired level of done-ness. There is no need to poke and prod and move it all around unless the pan gets dry.
In another pan, add your choice of cooking spray, or light butter and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, add your potatoes. Put a lid on your pan and let it cook on med heat. After approximately 5 minutes, stir the potatoes around and place the lid back on. Let it sit for another 5 minutes.
After the 5 minutes pass, take the lid off the sweet potatoes and turn the heat up to high. Continue to cook until they crisp and brown. The potatoes usually take longer than the steaks do, so I always start them beforehand.
Although the steak and potatoes are dee-lish on their own, it might be a good idea to add a small salad to the plate. Not only will it add some color and take up that extra space, but its just never a bad idea to have a salad.