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Seasoned Steak Salad

Cook Time
35 minutes
Serves
1
Calories
360
Protein
37g
Total Fat
10g
Saturated Fat
4g
Carbohydrates
35g
Dietary Fiber
10g

Ingredients

  • 1/2 head romaine lettuce
  • 1 bag baby spinach
  • 6 oz sirloin steak
  • 1 bag frozen vegetables
  • 4 high-fiber crackers
  • 3 potatoes
  • 1 tbsp salad dressing
  • 1 tablespoon Montreal Steak Seasoning

Preparation

    1. Preheat grill to medium.
    2. While grill is heating up, rub a 6-ounce sirloin steak with Montreal Steak Seasoning for flavor.
    3. Throw steak on the grill at a 45-degree angle for 2 minutes.
    4. Rotate steak to the other 45-degree angle for 2 minutes.
    5. Turn steak over and repeat.
    6. While the steak is grilling, puncture 3 washed baked potatoes with a fork and place in the microwave for 9 minutes.
    7. Turn potatoes over and microwave for an additional 6 minutes (potatoes are done when they're soft to the touch).
    8. Follow instructions on frozen vegetables.
    9. Set 1/2 the steak, one potato and 1/2 the vegetables aside for your salad (place the rest in a container and refrigerate for another meal).
    10. Chop a 1/2 head of romaine lettuce and mix with1 bag of baby spinach.
    11. Top salad with sliced steak, chopped potatoes and vegetables.
    12. Add 4 high-fiber crackers, and top with 1 tablespoon of dressing.

 

Tags: Cooking, Recipes, Food, Lunch

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