Steak, Eggs, and Potatoes!

This past Sunday, as we were fueling up for our house hunting adventure, my husband made this delicious breakfast! I’m happy to say that I can take no credit for this meal. Now that we have a cast iron skillet we seem to be in the habit of cleaning any leftover food out of our fridge and covering it with an egg!  I wanted to post this to keep it in our brunch files, and he did such a brilliant job with the presentation.  What other steak and egg variations do you love?

Ingredients:

  •         Steak (we used a sirloin)
  •         1 potato
  •         Eggs

Steps and Notes:

  1.       Grate the potatoes on a box grater and press dry with a paper towel.
  2.       Heat oil in a skillet until hot and sauté the potatoes for until golden brown on one side, then flip and repeat on the other. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, cumin, and cayenne.
  3.       Cover the steak with pepper and salt, and sear it for 6-10 minutes per side, depending on its thickness and how rare you like it.
  4.       Fry up two eggs and enjoy!

Thoughts for Next Time:

  • Top the steak with fresh salsa and an avocado
  • Serve with a green vegetable such as spinach or asparagus
  • Wrap in warm tortillas and serve with scrambled eggs

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3 comments

  1. Heck I’ll eat an egg in or on about anything! Looks delish! We always cook a breakfast like this if we have a little leftover steak or ham in the fridge on Sundays.

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  2. I think this is brilliant ! Nice take on the potatoes , Yum . Like the steak, egg and chips meal. 🙂

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  3. Looks like a good morning!

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