Steak and Potatoes {Foodie Friday}

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Steak and Potatoes

A couple weeks ago, we sat down to a nice light pasta and veggie dish.  Mark turns to me and tells me “This is girl dish”.  I kind of look at him weird, as if to say “Did you seriously just say that?”
It’s not really that it’s a girl dish per se (especially since at one point he asked for more pasta nights), but more that we hadn’t had a good Man’s dish in awhile.
To make up for that, I made this simple Steak and Potatoes. A true manly mans dish.
(it would appear I deleted the photo, so sorry)
 
Ingredients
2 small steaks, your choice of cut
Wildtree’s Basil Pesto Grapeseed Oil
Wildtree’s Rancher Rub
4 medium potatoes
Garlic Pepper Seasoning
 
Directions
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Rub about 1-2tsp Rancher Steak Rub into each steak. Making sure to cover both sides. Set aside.
Chop potatoes into bite sized pieces. In a large bowl, toss with 1/4 cup Grapeseed Oil and Garlic Pepper Seasoning to taste.  Spread in a single layer on a baking sheet.  Cook for 10-20 minutes until potatoes are soft and starting to brown around edges.
Heat 1TBS Grapeseed Oil in  a large skillet over medium heat. Once oil is hot, add steaks.  Cook on both sides, until your desired “done”ness.  We went medium well – just a slight bit of pink on the inside.
Add some green beans, peas or corn to the side, and enjoy your manly man’s dish.
 
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4 thoughts on “Steak and Potatoes {Foodie Friday}

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my recipe. And I'm sorry I am just responding to you now, it's been a busy month! I love this link-up and had no idea you did it with Diane- I will be sure to stop by here more often!

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