How to Make a Country Style Steak, Eggs and Fries – Making Difference on Your Mini Resto

What gives? What gives people pause and effectively starts them from thinking something new or different on their business? Beyond rationalization and effective strategy to outperform your competitors, agree? And now, I have targeted you – a food business enthusiast.

If you are looking for a recipe that you have not cooked yet on your restaurant, this might be a good catch for you. Let’s get it on!

Initially, let me start with the ingredients, prepare:

 

600g Rib-eye steak
2 ½ tsp Fresh thyme
4 ½ cups Potato wedges
1 ¼ cup Olive oil
5 Tbsp Butter
6 ¼ Tbsp Garlic, sliced
¾ cup Parsley, chopped
½ Tbsp Rock salt
1 tsp Pepper
2 pcs Far fresh eggs
2 Tbsp

Balsamic vinegar (reduced to a glaze)

¼ Tbsp

Sweet paprika powder

To prepare your recipe:

First, drizzle a little olive oil on your rib-eye steak, and then season it with rock salt, pepper, paprika powder or “paminton” and thyme. Thyme is not native here in the Philippines, so most probably it cannot be found fresh easily, then you could also use the processed one found in our supermarket. Allow to marinate for 15 minutes.

While waiting for the 15 minutes, shallow fry your potato wedges with olive oil in a heavy cast iron pan until cooked. I know that olive oil here in the Philippines is a little expensive, so canola oil would be ok, or whatever cooking oil you have in your kitchen.

Then, after frying the potato wedges, set aside the olive oil or cooking oil you have used. For over 15 minutes of waiting and finishing the potato wedges, pan-fry your rib-eye steak in the same pan over high heat and sear the steak. After which, add in garlic slices, butter and finish steak in an oven, set at 150 oC until medium.

Once the steak is done, remove it from pan and allow it to rest for 15 minutes, and you may prepare other ingredients to finish your recipe.

Once it’s done, toss potato wedges and parsley in the pan to absorb all the cooking liquids and top with your fresh eggs, then return pan to oven to cook eggs for five minutes.

To finish your recipe, cut steak into 12 slices or whatever you desire. Place the on top of the potatoes and drizzle some balsamic vinegar glaze.

Finally, you have some new taste to offer to deviate from the traditional Filipino recipes we have. I hoped you liked it. Do you have some ideas in mind?

 

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