Garlic, Herb Butter Steak and Potatoes.

I think steak and potatoes are one of my favorite go to meals. I’m no chef but cooking is part of my lifestyle … just a bit. This garlic and herb butter steak will simply amaze you! Sometimes I even like it fried on the stove and finish it in the oven for that succulent taste but either way it’ll be just as bomb and this is just a quicker and easier method for those who would like to just pop it in the oven and let it do it’s thing!

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  • Rare: 115°F. Remove when it reaches 110°F.
  • Medium-Rare: 125°F. Remove when it reaches 120°F.
  • Medium: 135°F. Remove when it reaches 130°F.
  • Medium-Well: 140°F. Remove when it reaches 135°F.
  • Overcooked: 150°F. Remove when it reaches 145°F.

Ingredients used: 2 Thick cut New York strip Steak, kosher salt and pepper to taste, fresh thyme fresh parsley, fresh rosemary, fresh oregano and Herbs De Provence (for the freshly chopped herbs, I used 2 teaspoons each for the steak, and 1 teaspoon each for the potatoes) 5 tbsp butter for the Steak, 1 tbsp butter for the potatoes 3 cloves of garlic minced for the steak, 3 cloves garlic minced for the potatoes, 3 Large Gold potatoes or red skinned which I used above and 2 Tablespoon drizzled olive oil.

First season the steak generously with kosher salt, pepper and Herbs de Provence on both sides. Set aside. Then, go ahead and season your potatoes with the fresh thyme, fresh parsley, fresh rosemary, fresh oregano, kosher salt and pepper and drizzle some olive oil over them as well. Place the potatoes and steak into the cast iron skillet and place into the oven at 450 degrees for about an hour and then place on broil for 5minutes for that awesome crust!

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NOTES:This cooking method can be applied to any cut of steak. Of course, cooking times will vary according to thickness of steak.

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Author: Amber Haynes

Welcome, to my blog! First off allow me to start by saying i enjoy many things, but nothing makes me feel more alive than sharing the things I enjoy and placing them here as a creative outlet. I’ve recently relocated from Tampa, FL to Baumholder, Germany. I’m currently a stay at home military Wife/Mommy to three beautiful children and a wife to an amazing man. Anything that I’d share with close friends and family I’d share here...whether it be life hacks, tips, travels or simply just a cute outfit I picked up at the thrifty store! You can follow more of me and my daily life on Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter or Facebook!

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