It’s such a simple recipe but for doing it right you must have some basic BBQ knowledge. This recipe is basically my dream breakfast and it has it all; veggies potatoes and steak & eggs.The perfect searmark, The perfect egg yolk. Everything you need to know for making the perfect steak & eggs breakfast at home.
- 400 grams rib eye steak
- 200 grams tiny mushrooms
- 200 grams sweet potato cubes
- 200 grams cherry tomatoes
- PitmasterX’s Classic BBQ rub
- Fire up your BBQ or oven and start heating your sweet potatoes. I’m using the rotisserie basket and the close sitting back burner for this job to get the perfect baked sweet potatoes.
- Season your sweet potatoes with pitmaster x classic rub.
- Heat up a griddle plate and start searing a bunch of cherry tomatoes. Just let them sit there for around 10/15 minutes.
- Fry some small unchopped mushrooms on that same plate on the side.
- Let the mushrooms continue to fry underneath that rotisserie if you are using the Napoleon.
- Once fully cooked and seared; take everything off the grill.
- Put a thermometer in the steak and put it on an indirect zone of your BBQ.
- By now the sweet potatoes are done as well and you can take them off.
- Take a paper towel and clean the griddle by rubbing the towel over the plate.
- Put some olive oil on the griddle.
- Break a small quail egg on the griddle plate with the egg yolk intact.
- Bake your egge on the side and remove from the plate when it's done. I always do some on the side to get that perfect egg guarantee.
- Once your steak as reached a temperature of 52°C/126°F take it off the grill and let it rest for 10 minutes.
- Fire up your sizzle zone or set your BBQ for the highest direct heat setup possible.
- Sear of your steak with some beautifull sear marks from the grate b y rotating it 45 degrees after 30 seconds and flip it after that to do it all over. 2 minutes searing is more than enough.
- Season with sea salt.
- Plate up with the steak in the middle and that small quail on top.
Calories: 1084kcalCarbohydrates: 55gProtein: 92gFat: 58gSaturated Fat: 25gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 27gCholesterol: 244mgSodium: 350mgPotassium: 2818mgFiber: 9gSugar: 17gVitamin A: 29412IUVitamin C: 55mgCalcium: 116mgIron: 10mg
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