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Chugwater Chili Steak Valentine's Day Meal

Katie Kernan Beef Dinner Dip Dressing Mix Steak Rub

Valentine's Day is one of those Holidays where you can prepare a unique and enjoyable meal for your loved one or yourself. This meal can sometimes be tricky to figure out. That is where this recipe comes in handy. Our Chugwater Chili Valentine's Day meal is a simple, yet satisfying meal that features steak with Chugwater Chili Steak Rub, baked potatoes, and Chugwater Chili Sautéed Vegetables.
 

Step 1: Get Your Potatoes Cooking

Start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees.
Wash  and wrap the potatoes in foil. Place them in the oven for 1 hour.
While you are waiting for the potatoes to cook you can start your meat prep and veggie prep after waiting around 30 minutes to let the potatoes cook.

 

Step 2: Time to Prep Your Meat

For your steak you want to rub the Chugwater Chili Steak Rub onto your steak.

Step 3: Veggie Prep

For the Veggies you need to chop the zucchini, yellow squash, red bell pepper, and onion into bite sized pieces.

Step 4: Let's Get to Cooking

Once you have prepped the meat and the veggies it is time to start cooking.

Steak Cooking Options:

Grilled Steak:
  1. Start your grill and get it heated to 350 degrees. Place the steak on the grill and cook until you have achieved your preferred level of doneness. 
    Stove Cooked Steak: 
    1. Preheat a heavy, oven-safe skillet over high heat until it is smoking hot. Sear steaks in the hot pan for 2-3 minutes per side. If the steak has a side of fat, turn the steak onto its side and render the fat by searing it for 2-3 minutes as well. 
    2. Slide the skillet with the seared steaks into the oven to finish cooking. Remove the steaks from the oven 5 degrees before the desired level of doneness is achieved, or 130 degrees F for medium rare. 

    Steak Cooking Temperatures For Grilling: 

    Steak Doneness
    Remove from Grill at this Temperature
    Final Cooked Temperature
    Rare
    130 to 135°F
    130 to 140°F
    Medium Rare
    140°F
    145°F
    Medium
    155°F
    160°F
    Well Done
    165°F
    170°F

    Step 5: Sauté the Veggies
      As the steaks are finishing cooking you can sauté the vegetables.
      Add the veggies, 2 Tbs. oil, 1 Tbs. butter, and 2 Tbs. Chugwater Chili Dip & Dressing Mix to a skillet. Cook the Veggies until they start to get tender and lightly brown. Make sure to stir them as they cook.

      Step 6: Finalize your Meal

      When the baked potatoes and steak are both done cooking, you can serve your meal. Make sure to put out butter, sour cream, and cheese for your baked potatoes along with salt and pepper.

      Recipe Notes: 

      1. Cook times on the steaks will vary depending on preference of doneness. 
      2. This meal is quick and easy for anytime you want to make a steak dinner. 
      3. You can easily customize this meal for your preferences. 
      4. If you want a sweet and spicy steak, drizzle honey onto the steak when rubbing it with the steak rub. 
      5. For the vegetables, if you are wanting to save time, most grocery stores offer pre-cut vegetables. 

      Now that you have learned about a Chugwater Chili Valentine's Day Meal, who will you share this meal with? 

       

      steak, steak rub, how to cook steak, sauteed veggies, baked potato, valentines day meal, meal for two
      Main Dish, Side Dish
      American
      Yield: 2
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      Chugwater Chili Steak Valentine's Day Meal

      Valentine's Day is one of those Holidays where you can prepare a unique and enjoyable meal for your loved one or yourself. This meal can sometimes be tricky to figure out. That is where this recipe comes in handy. Our Chugwater Chili Valentine's Day meal is a simple, yet satisfying meal that features steak with Chugwater Chili Steak Rub, baked potatoes, and Chugwater Chili Sautéed Vegetables.
      prep time: 15 Mcook time: 1 hourtotal time: 1 H & 15 M

      ingredients:

      • 2 Steaks– Whatever Cut You Prefer
      • 2 large potatoes
      • 1 medium sized zucchini
      • 1 medium sized yellow squash
      • 1 red bell pepper
      • 1/2 yellow onion
      • 2 Tbs. olive oil
      • 1 Tbs. butter
      • 2 Tbs. Chugwater Chili Dip & Dressing Mix
      • Chugwater Chili Steak Rub

      instructions:

      How to cook Chugwater Chili Steak Valentine's Day Meal

      1. Start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees.
      2. Wash and wrap the potatoes in foil. Place them in the oven for 1 hour.
      3. Wait 30 minutes then rub your steaks with the Chugwater Chili Steak Rub.
      4. Chop the zucchini, yellow squash, onion, and red bell pepper into bit sized pieces.
      5. Cook your steak. Choose to follow either a grilled steak method or a stove cooked method (directions below) .
      6. As the steak and potatoes cook, add the veggies, 2 Tbs. oil, 1 Tbs. butter, and 2 Tbs. Chugwater Chili Dip & Dressing Mix to a skillet. Cook the veggies until they start to get tender and lightly brown. Make sure to stir them as they cook.
      7. After everything is cooked it is time to serve your meal.
      Grilled Steak
      1. Start your grill and get it heated to 350 degrees. Place the steak on the grill and cook until you have achieved your preferred level of doneness.
      Stove Cooked Steak
      1. Preheat a heavy, oven-safe skillet over high heat until it is smoking hot. Sear steaks in the hot pan for 2-3 minutes per side. If the steak has a side of fat, turn the steak onto its side and render the fat by searing it for 2-3 minutes as well.
      2. Slide the skillet with the seared steaks into the oven to finish cooking. Remove the steaks from the oven 5 degrees before the desired level of doneness is achieved, or 130 degrees F for medium rare.

      NOTES:

      Cook times on the steaks will vary depending on preference of doneness. This meal is quick and easy for anytime you want to make a steak dinner. You can easily customize this meal for your preferences. If you want a sweet and spicy steak, drizzle honey onto the steak when rubbing it with the steak rub. For the vegetables, if you are wanting to save time, most grocery stores offer pre-cut vegetables.

      Calories

      1833.61

      Fat (grams)

      108.94

      Sat. Fat (grams)

      38.23

      Carbs (grams)

      95.90

      Fiber (grams)

      12.36

      Net carbs

      83.55

      Sugar (grams)

      17.06

      Protein (grams)

      117.94

      Sodium (milligrams)

      1438.06

      Cholesterol (grams)

      401.56
      Created using The Recipes Generator


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      • Gloria Gudahl on

        Sounds delicious. Greg would like this.


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