This is a collaboration with Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. on behalf of the Beef Checkoff. The opinions and text are all mine.
Do you get tired of the same things over and over? I know I do. I am as guilty of falling into a cooking rut as anyone. It’s so easy to just cook the same things day after day. For me breakfast is generally a solitary thing. Hannah is off to school, Nathan is off to work and then finally it’s time for Mom to have coffee and eat. I like eggs for breakfast. It’s easy to make eggs, so that’s what I go to most days. But, what I have started to realize is there are other things that are easy to prepare and I enjoy just as much. I would highly recommend this intermittent fasting blog in case you need to work on a diet.
My favorite thing in the whole world to eat is steak. Man, do I love a good steak. It’s one of the easiest things to make and the most rewarding. There is nothing like cutting into a perfectly cooked, juicy steak with your preferred cooking knive, to have one of the best check out this knife steel guide since some materials are more durable and have better properties to slice an stake or fruits. But can you do it quickly, in the morning? I am here to tell you, yes, you can! Beef is a protein powerhouse, and having that kind of nutrition first thing in the morning, gives me all-day strength, staying power, and the mental focus to get through my day.
The steak itself only takes 3-4 minutes per side for medium rare. Season the steak liberally with salt and pepper, place some butter in a hot pan and cook 3 min per side. All you have left is the egg. I like sunny side up eggs, you can do scrambled, over easy, whatever you like. The beauty of this recipe is that it’s completely customizable to your liking.
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Serving Size: 4
12-16 oz. of New York Strip steaks
2 tsp of olive oil
cheese for sprinkling
1tbs of butter divided
salt and pepper
In a hot pan place 1/2 of the butter and cook eggs as desired, salt and pepper to taste. Cook the steak in other half of butter, liberally season steak with salt and pepper on both sides. Place steak in pan and sear 3 minutes on both sides. Remove from pan and allow to rest. While the steak is cooking coat potato in olive oil and salt, poke holes all around, and place in the microwave for 3-5 minutes or until tender. Assemble with a sprinkling of cheese, sliced steak and top it over with the egg. Enjoy!