0

A pan steak and french fries (25 minutes!)


From the stove to the table in a pan, these are Steak and potatoes It's a casual kitchen classic with a bite-sized twist! Juicy fried beef bites and perfectly seasoned potatoes ensure that special flavors arrive together comfortably on weekdays!

We all love a perfectly cooked steak. If time permits Cooking steak in the oven or in the grill it is always a pleasure. But turning a traditional family favorite into something suitable for a fast weekday meal is a great way to commute things!

<img class = "indolent indolent-hidden Aligncenter wp-image-142270 size-medium" title = "In a pan from stove to table, these steaks and potatoes are a casual classic with a bite-sized note! Juicy roast beef and perfectly seasoned potatoes are the place where special flavors easily meet on weekdays! "alt =" fried steak and potatoes” width=”720″ height=”514″ data-indolent- data-indolent-data-indolent- src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-indolent-type=”image” data-indolent-src=”https://www.iheartnaptime.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/steak-and-potatoes-3-720×514.jpg”/>

Butter steak bites and cast iron pan potatoes arrive together quickly and easily in less than 30 minutes. This sizzling recipe is a harmonious dish that combines soft, crispy and juicy textures with delicious flavors. Grate steakGarlic oil and Italian spice. It's much easier now to upgrade your evening menu.

Small appetites loves the bite-sized pieces in this dish! Serve with a side toothpick and those perfectly roasted steak bites are instant appetizing. Whisk a few eggs in the morning and enjoy a breakfast with champions. omeletteFried egg or boiled egg with garlic butter steak and fried potatoes BEST!

<img class = "indolent indolent-hidden Aligncenter wp-image-142269 size-medium" title = "These steaks and potatoes in a single pan from the stove to the table are a classic of the casual kitchen with a bite-sized touch! Juicy fried steak bites and Perfectly seasoned potatoes. Special flavors meet here on weekdays! "alt =" Collage of steak and potato ingredients” width=”720″ height=”720″ data-indolent- data-indolent-data-indolent- src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-indolent-type=”image” data-indolent-src=”https://www.iheartnaptime.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Steak-and-potatoes-collage-720×720.jpg”/>

How to make garlic butter steak and potatoes

  1. Preparation. Before you begin, it's a good idea to prepare your steaks and potatoes. Massage the meat dry (or with a simple salt and pepper seasoning) and let it rest. Cut the Yukon golden potatoes into quarters.
  2. Heat the pan. Heat the cast iron pan and add olive oil and a small butter. After the butter has melted, add the potato cubes to the pan.
  3. Boil potatoes. Let cook for a minute and then sprinkle with Italian spices, salt and pepper. Keep cooking the potatoes until the fork is tender. Keep mixing frequently. The slightly crispy exterior is great, but you want to avoid burns. While the potatoes are cooking, cut your meat into 1-inch pieces. After the potatoes are cooked, place them on a plate and set aside.
  4. Cooking steaks. Bring the heat to the right temperature and add more butter. Add the steak cubes with the garlic. Evenly place the steak pieces in the pan and wait until they are well browned. Turn it over and cook until it turns pink. Watch out for boiling over. You don't want pieces of meat that have to be chewed difficult!
  5. Decorate and serve. Return the potatoes to the pan, mix and remove from heat. Garnish with rosemary or thyme if you like. Serve hot.

<img class = "indolent indolent-hidden Aligncenter wp-image-142271 size-large" title = "In a single pan from the stove to the table, these steaks and potatoes are a classic of the casual kitchen with a bite-sized touch! Juicy fried steak bite and perfectly seasoned potatoes are the place where special flavors easily meet on weekdays! "alt =" Steak and potatoes in close-up” width=”857″ height=”1200″ data-indolent- data-indolent-data-indolent- src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-indolent-type=”image” data-indolent-src=”https://www.iheartnaptime.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/steak-and-potatoes-4-857×1200.jpg”/>

Tips and variations

  • Best steak to use. Sirloin is a great cut of meat and is generally cheaper than other cuts. It may be tempting to buy pre-cut beef, but avoid it if possible. It usually takes longer to achieve the soft texture you want. Other types that can be used are ribeye, sirloin steak, strip steak, sirloin, or New York.
  • Pickles. Don't miss the marinade! Letting the dry rubbing soak into the meat is the top way to soften and sweeten the steak.
  • Butter. Instead of using plain butter, take the flavor to the next level. Garlic herbal oil.
  • Against grains. When cutting into cubes, be sure to cut against the grains. This will also help create a tender bite.
  • Spices. Steak peeling It's a combination of many different herbs and spices that make a great combination of flavors. If you like a simpler pinch of salt and pepper, use it instead.

<img class = "indolent indolent-hidden Aligncenter wp-image-142272 size-large" title = "In a pan from the stove to the table, these steaks and potatoes are a classic of the casual kitchen with a bite-sized touch! Juicy fried beef bites and great Spiced potatoes are the place where special flavors easily meet on weekdays! "alt =" Steak and potatoes close to a plate” width=”857″ height=”1200″ data-indolent- data-indolent-data-indolent- src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-indolent-type=”image” data-indolent-src=”https://www.iheartnaptime.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/steak-and-potatoes-5-857×1200.jpg”/>

More steak dishes:

To meet
Jamielyn nye

Jamielyn Nye is the creative director and founder of Follow Us. He is also the author of the Follow Us Cookbook. Jamielyn loves to hunt four small monkeys and sleep with her husband on the sofa when he's not creating in the kitchen.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *