I was out of town this week for work. All I wanted was a good, home cooked meal. So, before I boarded the plane I asked the husband to get steaks out of the freezer. Lucky for me he picked T-BONES!!
While man can live by meat alone, I prefer to have some vegetables in my diet. I had red potatoes, red onions, and broccoli. As I was making supper (that's what we farm folks call it since the noon meal is dinner) it dawned on me that I was using two of my favorite spices: McCormick's Montreal Steak and Vegetable Seasonings.
I grabbed a few pictures for you to drool over.
I know you just can't tell how good it really is.
Even if you don't like vegetables, that is pretty.
You can see the seasoning even.
Almost perfect. Missing one little thing.
Beef and blue cheese. I promise God pairs these two in heaven.
I can smell it.
Now that is a meal fit for a queen.
Or a princess. Proving she is actually eating the steak!
And Boo too. (Don't ask me why he is sitting like that. I have no idea.)
Husband missed out. He was welding and didn't take a break to come eat. His loss.
Now for the recipes:
4-6 red potatoes depending on size
½ red onion
2 small heads of broccoli
1 T. EVOO
Vegetable Seasoning to your liking
Microwave the potatoes so they are almost baked. My microwave has a baked potato setting. I cooked them for the time to make two bakers. Chop the broccoli and onions up while potatoes are baking. Dice the potatoes. Mix together with the EVOO and vegetable seasoning. Transfer to grill pan. Grill for about 15 minutes over low flame stirring occasionally.
Montreal Steak Seasoning
Douse steaks with Worcestershire sauce on both sides. Sprinkle with seasoning liberally on both sides. Let set for 30 minutes. Grill till cooked to your doneness. I recommend not over medium. You aren't living if your steak doesn't have pink in it.