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How to Make Appetizing Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner

Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner.

Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner You can cook Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner using 17 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner

  1. It’s of ● For The T-Bone Steaks.
  2. You need 2 (12 oz) of Beef Lion T-Bone Steaks [well marbled – preferably room temp].
  3. You need dash of Garlic Olive Oil [to lightly coat steaks + reserves for potatoes].
  4. Prepare to taste of Fresh Cracked Sea Salt & Black Pepper [+ reserves for potatoes].
  5. Prepare 2 tbsp of Garlic Butter [steak topping].
  6. You need of ● For The Microwaved Potatoes.
  7. You need 2 of EX LG #1 Idaho Potatoes [scrubbed, dried and peirced several times with a knife].
  8. Prepare as needed of a Cling Wrap [to seal potatoes].
  9. It’s dash of Garlic Olive Oil [to coat potatoes].
  10. It’s as needed of Sea Salt And Black Pepper [to sprinkle on oiled spuds].
  11. You need as needed of Salted Butter [room temperature].
  12. Prepare as needed of Chilled Fresh Sour Cream.
  13. It’s as needed of Fresh Garden Chives.
  14. It’s of ● For The Garnishments.
  15. You need as needed of Chilled Garden Tomatoes [bloomed].
  16. Prepare as needed of Chilled Fresh Strawberries.
  17. Prepare as needed of Fresh Garden Parsley.

Mike's 10 Minute Rare T-Bone Steak & Baked Potato Dinner instructions

  1. Clean and heat your grill to high temperature and flame..
  2. Lightly rub your steaks with garlic olive oil and dash with sea salt and fresh ground black pepper..
  3. In the meantime, quickly coat your spuds with olive oil, [or bacon grease] peirce with a knife several times, sprinkle spuds with sea salt, fresh ground black pepper and wrap both tightly with cling wrap. Microwave for 7 to 10 minutes. Check spuds for doneness at 5 minutes tho. A sharp knife should easily peirce your potato when she's fully cooked..
  4. Sear steaks on high over direct flames for 2 to 3 minutes each side. Depending upon the rareness you desire. But, you will want some serious char on your steaks so keep those flames high! ;0).
  5. Garnish steaks with garlic butter and fresh parsley. Top your potatoes with butter, black pepper, sour cream and fresh chives. That's it folks! Easy peasy! Enjoy!.

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