Baked potatoes are my personal favorite. And with Rib-Eye Steak Hash? Even better! But despite the popularity of Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash, there are many inaccurate recipes circulating the internet. So I want to clear the air and bring you the ultimate recipe for this delicious dish.
Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash is an endlessly versatile dish. It’s smooth, rich, and enough to titillate your taste buds.
So if you’re willing and ready to cook up some delicious baked potatoes with rib-eye steak hash, then read the recipe below.
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Making Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash
This is a classic dish that’s easy and straightforward to prepare. And it offers up to 4 servings. So you can adjust the quantity of the ingredients accordingly.
How to make
The Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash Recipe
Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash will make for a delicious recipe. ✓It is quick to cook & the pan-seared meat makes it all better.
Preparation Time: PT10M
Cooking Time: PT1H30M
Total Time: PT1H40M
- 4 large potatoes
- 110-ounce rib-eye steak
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 chopped red and orange bell peppers
- Salt to taste
- 1 sliced onion
- 2 seeded and sliced jalapenos
- 1 cup of heavy cream
- 2 teaspoons marjoram
- 4 teaspoons of unsalted butter
- Marjoram sprigs for seasoning
Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash Recipe:
- Glaze the potatoes with olive oil, salt. Bake on a baking sheet in the oven at 400-degrees Fahrenheit. Bake them until tender which should take about an hour.
- Season the steak with salt and pepper. Give it a good rub. And keep it aside for 30 minutes. Add 2 tbsp of olive oil in a skillet and sear the seasoned steak in the pan. Make sure the meat is golden brown on each side. Remove the cooked steak from the pan.
- Add onions, peppers, and jalapenos in the same skillet and saute until the onion caramelizes. This should take about 30 minutes.
- Cut the steak into slices or you can also slice it half lengthwise a couple of times until they look like strips. Add whipping cream, marjoram, and steak to the pan. And cook until the gravy reduces and thickens. At this point, the cream should be coating the steam really well. Season more with salt and pepper if needed.
- Split open the baked potatoes and add salt, pepper, and butter. Mash the potatoes using a fork with these ingredients. Serve the final dish on a plate with a scoop-full of baked potatoes and steak. Some garnish with marjoram sprigs will add more flavor.
Baked Potatoes with Rib-Eye Steak Hash is a classic and comforting dish. It’s super easy to make. And no matter how many times you eat it, somehow, every time feels like the first time! So if you’re looking for an updated recipe to cook at home, go for this one.
It’s not so complicated to make even though it’s Rib-Eye steak. Just make sure you season the meat well before cooking. And take your time tenderizing that meat because that’s where all the real flavor is, right?
If you cook the meat too fast, you’ll never get that juicy and rich texture of the meat. So take your time and enjoy the juiciness of the baked and buttery potatoes with steak!
From a very young age, I found the whole concept of bringing together all sorts of different ingredients and then combining them all to prepare a wholesome meal incredibly fascinating. But most of this interest and passion came from managing multiple albeit not life-threatening medical conditions. Eating fresh, hearty, home-cooked meals started as a compulsion but soon transformed into a lifestyle choice that I could not be any more grateful for at this point.
So I decided to pursue cooking as a professional career. And the American Culinary Federation certification program made it possible for me to become a certified chef. I have worked as a professional cook for the most part of my adult life. Meal planning and prepping, supervising other cooks, ordering food supplies, ensuring health/sanitation regulations, and more – these were some of the most important responsibilities that have taught me more than anything or anyone ever could.