What to make Dad for Father’s Day? Why not a tasty Organic New York Strip Steak?
As some of you know it’s very rare that I make steak in my house. Although, if I have a guest over, I will make it as a special meal for them. I had an old friend over recently at my house who happened to like steak. I decided to make him a special steak dinner with the best of ingredients. I think most men like steak and potatoes in America. It’s a simple meal that can be dressed up rather easy with some fresh onions and mushrooms. Anyone can take someone out to dinner. But, making an Organic New York Strip Steak at home is so much better! Besides, add some love to your recipe and Dad will be quite happy.
You can find Organic Beef in most grocery stores today. I purchased my Organic New York Strip Steak at Wholefoods. Get your pen and paper out to write down this quick Father’s Day meal, or bring your phone to the store and log onto my blog to pull the recipe up again. Good Luck!
Organic New York Strip Steak
4-6 ounces of organic New York Strip Steak
1 green organic scallion chopped
1/2 organic white onion chopped
1 cup of organic mushrooms chopped
1/2 teaspoon olive oil rubbed on steak
1/2 teaspoon of unrefined sea salt
organic black pepper sprinkled
Wash your scallions and mushrooms with filtered water. Dry them on a paper towel. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Pull out your Steak and wash with filtered water also. Dry steak and place on a cooking pan or foil. Take your olive oil and rub steak front and back. Sprinkle your salt and pepper on steak and rub into the meat. Let steak sit while you chop your white onion, scallions and mushrooms up. Decorate your steak with chopped veggies. Place steak into oven and cook. How long to cook the steak? The best way to maintain the most flavorful steak is to cook it medium-rare. Most ovens at 350 degrees should take at least 35 minutes at the least. Cooking steak all depends on how each person likes their steak to taste. If they like their steak well done…cooking should take at least 45 minutes. Keep checking your steak as you go along. Be sure to ask the people you’re serving ahead of time how they like their steak to taste. Once meat is cooked, pull it out and place on a nice dish. Serve the steak with red potatoes and a nice side salad. I have a red potato recipe on my blog in a separate article that only takes 10-15 minutes to make. Feel free to look that up and add that to your steak dinner.
Note: Be sure to not let the steak sit and cool too long. Make sure you buy all organic products. Organic beef is so much healthier because it leaves out all those crazy chemicals that mess up your digestive tract.
Purpose of Dish:
Organic Beef is pasture raised. Therefore eating organic steak will have lower fat and calories. It’s also 4 times higher in Omega-3s. Omega-3 fatty acids are good fats that your cells need. Good fats help keep your blood pressure lower and also helps regulate your heart beat. Good fats also reduce your risk of Cancer. All beef should be eaten in moderation. Add a digestive enzyme prior to eating steak for easier absorption.
Hope all of you will try this easy recipe. If some of you don’t have a Father in your life right now, make this dish for someone else. Some of you have lost Fathers over the years, and some of us have Stepfathers who have acted in place as our true Fathers. I’ve been blessed to have an awesome Stepfather who’s been an incredible person in my life. He’s provided so much unconditional love to my family, and I hope to make his day special. Here’s a funny picture of my Stepfather and I having a laugh this past Christmas. Cherish the good men in your family. They all work hard and do love us. Let them know.
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