For a spur-of-the-moment steak dinner, top skillet-cooked cuts of beef with potatoes and grape tomatoes cooked with fragrant garlic.Ingredients:12 cloves garlic1 poundtiny new potatoes, scrubbed4 6 ouncesboneless beef ribeye or beef strip steaks2 tablespoonsolive oil1 cupgrape or cherry tomatoes Fresh oregano (optional)Directions1. Using the side of large chef knife smash garlic; discard skins. Halve any large potatoes. Place potatoes in microwave-safe bowl. Cover with vented plastic wrap; microcook on 100 percent power (high) 5 minutes. Stir in garlic. Cover; cook 5 minutes more or until tender, stirring once. Drain.2. Meanwhile, heat 1 tablespoon of the olive oil in skillet over medium-high heat. Season steak with salt and pepper. Cook steaks, half at a time, 8 minutes for ribeye or 4 minutes for strip (145 degrees F for medium-rare or 160 degrees F for medium), turning once. Keep steaks warm while cooking remaining steaks.3. Add remaining 1 tablespoon oil to skillet. Add potatoes, garlic, and tomatoes. Season with salt and pepper. Cook 5 minutes or until potatoes are golden and tomatoes begin to wilt, stirring occasionally. Serve potato mixture with steak. Top with fresh oregano. Makes 4 servings.Nutrition Facts (Pan-Fried Garlic Steak and Potatoes) Servings Per Recipe 4,Calories 434,Protein (gm) 38,Carbohydrate (gm) 25,Fat, total (gm) 20,Cholesterol (mg) 99,Saturated fat (gm) 6,Dietary Fiber, total (gm) 3,Vitamin A (IU) 389,Vitamin C (mg) 26,Sodium (mg) 247,Calcium (DV %) 50,Iron (DV %) 5,Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie dietBetter Homes and Gardens Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet Food & DiningLifestyle Pan-Fried Garlic Steak and Potatoes by: – November 18, 2011 Share 54 Views no discussions
Cody Thompson parked n victory lane following the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature. Thompson came from mid-pack to pick up the win over Rusty Montagne and John Foreman. Montagne has been working on a new setup and it will be interesting to see who can take the Iron Cup. JEFFERSON, S.D. (Aug. 1) – A beautiful blue sky greeted drivers and fans as Park Jefferson driver warmed up for Aug. 7-8 and the Iron Cup with a great fast night of racing at Park Jefferson Speedway on Turner Plumbing Night. In the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Andy Hoffman returned to victory lane. Hoffman who had a challenging night a few weeks ago, was able to utilize the front row starting spot to win over a strong running Blake Arends and Jay Devries. And in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts, it was Connor Brown showing the way for a good win over William Reed and Kaytee DeVries. The seventh annual running of the famed Iron Cup is Friday, Aug. 7 and Saturday, Aug. 8. IMCA Modifieds will be running for $7,000 to win and a 2021 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth in Saturdays feature with their Friday heats being used to set the lineup. The rest of the divisions will run complete shows with Sport Compacts only running Friday and Sprint Cars only on Saturday. Veterans Travis Barker and Ryan Harris put on a show for the fans in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car main. The two longtime Siouxland combatants raced nose to tail with Bo Lundquist mixing it up the entire way. Harris finally got the jump on Barker in the waning laps and took the win while Barker lost the top groove and ended up 10th. Lundquist roared back for second and Greg Taylor picked up third. Chris Mills tuned up for this weekend’s Iron Cup with the Saturday night IMCA Modified feature win at Park Jefferson Speedway. In the IMCA Modifieds, it was Chris Mills who took the top spot after a handful of cautions slowed the 20-lap affair. Mills was able to come from mid-pack to run away with the checkers. 2019 champion Bob Moore showed well as he was a strong second and Sean Barragan rushed in straight from a wedding to take third. In the IMCA RaceSaver Sprints, it was Colin Smith returning to the site of two track championships to whip the rest of the field. Smith has ventured around the area this year and took a comfortable win with Danny Nekoite second and Jesse Lindberg third. Gates open at 5 p.m. both days with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. and racing to follow.