Sunday, November 23, 2014

Steak Salad

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A delicious looking steak salad
A delicious steak salad


This steak salad is sure to please even the biggest of appetites. I first found steak salad in a small home town restaurant, and fell in love with the idea. I soon learned how to make this from my own kitchen, really it's not that difficult and it's a wonderful meal.

What a quick and easy meal to prepare, and it offers everything on one plate. Your greens, veggies, meat and potatoes, what more could anybody ask for.

What I like best about having steak salad is heating the dressing, who I'm I kidding, everything is the best about this steak salad.

I've made this with New York strip steak, but I have to tell you I like it better with a nice Rib-Eye. If you don't eat steak try your favorite seafood.


INGREDIENTS
  • 16 oz. New York Strip or any steak of your choice, this should make 2 or 3 salads
  • Montreal steak seasoning
  • 1 bag of steak fries, or French fries found in your frozen food section. Best is Homemade
  • Romaine lettuce, enough for however many salads you want to make
  • 1 bunch of green onions
  • 2 or 3 nice tomatoes
  • 1 bag of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 or 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 1 bottle of sweet and sour or poppy seed salad dressing. Or any dressing that you prefer.

INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Boil your eggs, and cut them into slices, clean your lettuce and set it aside in a bowl
  2. Chop the green onions, and cut tomatoes into wedges, set these aside
  3. Begin cooking your steak or French fries
  4. Season the steak with Montreal steak seasoning to your taste
  5. Cook your steak on the grill or in the broiler. To your liking
  6. Prepare your salad plates with the lettuce, sliced eggs, onions, and tomatoes
  7. Cut your steak into strips and add it to the salad
  8. Add the steak fries, and shredded cheddar cheese
  9. Add the dressing and you're all set.
  10. Here is a tip: This is best when the dressing is heated.
Have you ever had a steak salad? If not would you like to try a steak salad? I'd love to know your thoughts.

4 comments:

  1. It has been ages since I made myself a steak salad. Thanks for a grand recipe idea!

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    1. Hi Ruth, I hope you enjoy your next steak salad! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day today :)

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  2. I love steak salads. I used to make steaks, on a bed of spinach. With a few grapes, some blue cheese crumbles and a bit of raspberry vinagrette. Haven't made a steak salad for awhile. I need to make one soon.

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    1. Oh!! I'm all in for the blue cheese Dawn! Thanks :)

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