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is based upon amounts designated in the recipe presented. Where
items such as "pieces of chicken" appear, they are calculated based
upon an average 4 oz. serving. All food calculations are derived
from The Complete Book of Food Counts by Corinne T. Netzer
(Dell Publishing, 2000). Some figures are approximate due to variations
in such things as the size of vegetables, amount of oil released
when spraying the Dutch oven, etc. Additionally, the figures presented
are rounded to the nearest whole numbers to facilitate comprehension.
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Glorious One-Pot Recipe:
Hale & Hearty
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3 cups frozen hash browns (shredded potatoes0
sea salt & pepper to taste
12-15 frozen pearl onions
1/2-3/4lb. boneless steak, well trimmed
2 Tbsp. steak sauce (A-1 or other brand)
1 cup sliced mushrooms
1 1/2 cups baby carrots (halved, if desired)
2 1/2 cups frozen green beans
1-2 sprigs rosemary
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Spray inside of
cast iron 2-quart Dutch oven and lid with canola oil. Shake hash browns
loosely into pot and lightly season with salt. Scatter pearl onions and
set steak atop. Spread steak sauce on meat and sprinkle with mushrooms.
Distribute baby carrots around the pot and fill rest of the way with green
beans. Tuck rosemary sprig into crevices.
Cover and bake for about 28 minutes or until about 2 minutes after the
aroma of a fully-cooked meal escapes the oven.
The concept of this meal is that it is so easy
and safe (no knife work) that a child could prepare it as a Father's Day
treat. What may surprise you is how delicious it is!
Feel free to use your favorite steak sauce, teriyaki sauce, bbq sauce,
or Worcestershire sauce for a variation on flavors.
Nutritional information per serving (2 servings
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If your Dad doesn't want a steak, feel free to substitute
any other protein (chicken, fish, pork, etc.) for the meat. It will
still be a lip-smacking "did-it-myself" meal.
The steak will usually turn out well-done on the edges and more
toward medium in the center. For more fully-cooked meat, leave in
the oven for at least 30 minutes.