Skillet Steak Easy Recipe
I love (on occasion) to have that phenomenal grass fed beef steak dinner. BUT then I think …where in the world am I going to find a quality cut of beef that I can trust in a restaurant? Dilemma, right? Wrong…I found a way to make a steak dinner to perfection and still control the quality of beef we are eating. Plus I don’t slave over a hot grill or stove! Watch the video and be amazed.
A word about grass fed beef…
You always want to eat a healthy animal. For cows to be as healthy as possible they should be grass fed. Which simply means that they are allowed to feed and forage naturally in a pasture. They are grain fed which is an artificial way to fatten them for slaughter quickly. A grass fed cow is allowed to fatten naturally and at a normal rate. They are much happier healthier cows which in turn produce the happiest and healthiest beef for you!
This meal is a date night delight…
Your date will be impressed with this super easy meal! You can customize it for likes and dislikes the same way I did in the video. It looks like you slaved all day getting it just right but really you can do it in about 30-45 mins and still have time to look sharp for that special someone. If you make it for a date meal you have to sneak a selfie and send it to me!
1 6-10 oz. grass fed beef steak (I like New York Strip or a Filet)
1-2 whole sweet potatoes or red potatoes
12-20 asparagus spears
1 cup sliced mushrooms
3 tablespoons of olive oil
Pre heat oven-safe skillet (must be 11″- 12.5″) on the stove top. Preheat oven to 375. Add 3 tablespoons of olive oil and stir fry the potatoes until they just barely start to brown. Add the steak on the bare pan and sear for about 2 mins on each side. Season with salt and pepper if desired. Remove from heat and place in oven. Cook uncovered for 10-15 mins. then add asparagus. Flip the steak and cook all ingredients another 5-10 mins. Then add mushrooms and cook 2-5 mins with all ingredients. Remove from oven and let it rest for 5-8 mins before serving. NOTE: Steak should be room temp before placing in skillet so you do not shock the meat and make it tough.