Every once in a while I will get a steak craving, and this is one recipe to satisfy it.
Tonight, beef is what’s for dinner.
When it comes to steak or any other type of meat, the most important thing to consider is where the meat came from. Unfortunately the FDA allows for certain hormones, antibiotics, preservatives, and artificial ingredients to be added to our food. Meat especially is one thing you want to buy Organic whenever possible. The hormones injected into our meats interfere with the natural hormones in our bodies. I could go on and on about this topic, and I probably will have a separate blog for it. But until then, one suggestion would be to read the book Skinny Bitch. It’s a simple read with a lot of information on the food industry, and it’s very eye-opening. Also her sarcastic and crude remarks make for a fun/easy read.
Okay… enough of this fancy talk.
My Healthy Steak Dinner
Laura’s Lean Steak 5 g of fat
1 Tb. McCormick Montreal Steak Rub
2 Tb Minced Garlic
1/2 cup Chicken Broth
1 Red Onion
1 package of Portobello Mushrooms
Spray frying pan with canola oil spray, and place steaks on frying pan submerging in a 1/2 cup of water. This will help keep steak moist. Sprinkle with McCormick Steak Rub, cover with lid, and cook on low heat. These steaks cook really fast and because of the low-fat content they may dry out faster while cooking. Make sure to watch the steaks.
Next spray a second pan with canola oil spray and fill pan with 1/2 a cup of Chicken Broth. Place Onions, mushrooms, and garlic in pan. Cover and saute. If additional liquid is needed just add water.
When steaks are no longer pink, remove from heat.
Once the onions and mushrooms become tender, they are ready and can be removed from heat.
Add onions and mushrooms to the top of steak
Throw some spinach on the side and there you go!
Enjoy friends 🙂