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How To Make an Easy Baked Steak and Potatoes dinner recipe

Updated on June 29, 2012
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I don’t eat red meat as much as I used, but everyone once in a while I like to enjoy a good steak. I’m no good at using a grill. I don’t know why; maybe I’m not a fan of standing over a burning fire on a hot summer day being swarmed by bugs, or maybe I just need more practice. Either way, I normally just bake my steaks. So the following recipe is the way I make a couple of steaks, baked potatoes with some salsa, and some vegetables. Enjoy!

Ingredients:

2 medium-sized Steaks

1 yellow Onion, sliced

2 medium tomatoes, roughly chopped

1 green bell pepper, julienned

1 orange, yellow or red bell pepper, julienned

½ to 1 cup fresh Salsa

2 small-medium baking potatoes (russet or Yukon; even red potatoes; NOTE: the smaller ones will bake faster)

10 ounce raw green beans, washed

2 tablespoons of Oliver oil

Direction:

1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F

2. Spread olive oil on the bottom of a large baking dish

3. Place steaks in dish

4. Top with sliced onions, tomato, peppers and salsa

5. Wrap potatoes in aluminum foil

6. Put the baking in the center of the oven rack.

7. Place the wrapped potatoes on the rack on each side of the baking dish.

8. Bake both the potatoes and the steaks for 45 minutes.

9. Remove steaks after 45 minute and let rest for 15-20 minutes

10. Check potatoes with a sharp knife, if they’re “fork tender” they’re done; let cool with steaks. (If not continue baking, check every 5 minutes, until done.)

11. While the steaks and potatoes cool, make green beans.

12. Bring a pot of water to a boil.

13. Boil green beans for 5-10 minutes until cooked to desired tenderness (5 minutes for a mild crispness. 10 minutes for a "mushy" soft tenderness)


14. Serve steak and potatoes with the green beans topped with the baked onions, peppers and salsa.


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