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
Bills quarterback Josh Allen is progressing well as he participated in individual drill work at practice, though he remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Buffalo coach Sean McDermott provided a brief update Wednesday after a big helmet-to-helmet hit in Sunday’s game against the Patriots put Allen in the concussion protocol. McDermott said Allen will be in meetings with the team Wednesday, and he plans to get both Allen and backup Matt Barkley ready for Week 5 against the Titans. “We’ll get them both ready, but with Josh being in the protocol, he’ll do some individual drill work out there, but other than that he’s in the protocol,” McDermott said (via the team’s official website). “We’ve got a lot of confidence in Josh. We’ve got a lot of confidence in Matt and that’s where it is.”Coach McDermott: “QB Josh Allen remains in concussion protocol.” pic.twitter.com/v1Km1CZria— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) October 2, 2019Allen suffered the injury Sunday in the fourth quarter when he was scrambling for a first down and was knocked down by Patriots defensive back Jonathan Jones. Related News Saquon Barkley injury update: Giants won’t rule out Week 5 return for running back Kirk Cousins apologizes to wideout Adam Thielen after Week 4 misfires Here’s the hit on Josh Allen.pic.twitter.com/J9HCYhM9Pp— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 29, 2019The hit sparked some controversy leaving the Bills upset as McDermott said: “There’s no room in football for that.” Patriots coach Bill Belichick, on the other hand, defended the play, saying, “[Jones] did what we’ve coached him to do.”Some have also called out the second-year quarterback for not sliding to avoid the hit. NFL free agency rumors: Patriots working out kickers after Stephen Gostkowski struggles “Every young player has to figure out how to play in this league, number one to be effective and then so they can play a long time,” McDermott said Tuesday. “That’s what happens with young players.”Allen made 13 of 28 passes for 153 yards and rushed for a short touchdown but threw three interceptions before exiting Sunday’s game.The Bills (3-1) will travel to Tennessee to face the Titans (2-2) on Sunday with kickoff set for 1 p.m. ET.