12oz sirloin steak
Two large free range eggs
Half a tin of beans
One large potato peeled and grated
One beaten medium free range egg
One small onion finely chopped
One crushed clove of garlic
Salt and pepper
Four tbsp of good olive oil
One knob of butter
tsp rock salt
If you want a breakfast which will put hairs on your chest and set you up for a hard days labour then look no further than this. Steak , eggs , beans and a potato rosti. Admittedly not great for the calorie deficit when are you are sat at home doing nothing but my god it will taste good. Turns out Marmite competition winner @food_with_george has a few other tricks up his sleeve.
Remove the steak from the fridge about half an hour before starting to prep, allowing the steak to reach room temperature will help it cook more evenly and also it should not be as tough when eating.
Preheat your oven to about 140 degrees C
Take one tbsp of olive oil and coat the steak then generously season with salt and pepper, leave on a plate whilst you move onto the potato.
Take the grated potato, squeeze and remove the excess water. Put the potato, medium beaten egg, chopped onion, crushed garlic, a touch of salt and pepper and the knob of butter into a bowl and mix it all together. This should form the rosti mixture, like making burger patties form the mixture into three flat round rosti using your hands. Heat a large pan with tbsp of olive oil and add your three rosti press down on them lightly to make sure they cook evenly, cook both sides for two mins on a high heat. Once done place on a baking tray and put into the preheated oven whilst you prepare the rest of the meal, approximately 5-10 mins.
Using the same pan you cooked your rosti, add another tbsp of olive oil and hold your steak with tongs so that just fat is in the pan for 3-5 minutes (this will make sure your fat is rendered) then cook the steak on each side for 3 minutes for medium rare. Place on a fresh plate to rest whilst you cook your eggs and beans.
Heat your beans in a small saucer.
Still using the same frying pan use the excess oil from the steak to fry your eggs, 2 mins should do.
Now your steak has rested slice it up real nice, add your eggs, rosti and beans to the plate so it looks pretty, finish with a sprinkle of rock salt on that slutty looking steak!