Steak Baked Potato and Salad: The Best Meal Ever

Let’s go back to my school days! I wish but I cannot take you back! If I were the temporal agent of Predestination!

Yeah, I’m serious and I would really go back if it were possible.  I wish the time-traveling technology were true! If the intellectual engineers Aaron and Abe built sell error-checking technology were indeed a time-traveling machine! Gosh, I wish Chris Nolan could take me back to those days when I used to cry for steak baked potato and salad.

Yesterday, I was pondering steak and potatoes, an exemplary solace supper that my girlfriend loves. Also, for the same reason, this steak and baked potato recipe began defining to me. Steak consistently goes fine with potatoes. That’s totally okay. But I still wonder why I hadn’t tried to put the potatoes in my salad with steak! What an absolute gem of a meal this combination prepares!

Today I am here to give you the simples formula for preparing the steak and baked potato. Get set to enjoy this American food item and win hearts every time!

Why is this America’s favorite recipe?

  • A total feast in one serving of mixed greens/salad.
  • Scrumptious kinds of delicious steak and brilliant earthy colored potatoes.
  • Exquisite garnishes like bacon, onion, and cheddar.
  • A basic farm dressing and what not!


For the potatoes

  • washed and dried russet potatoes (4 potatoes)
  • olive oil (3 tablespoons) 
  • garlic powder (1/2 teaspoon) 
  • salt to taste (1/4 teaspoon) 
  • pepper to taste (1/4 teaspoon

For the steak

  • petite sirloin steak; Certified Angus Beef® (1 and 1/2 pounds) 
  • to taste, salt & pepper (as much as you prefer) 

For the dressing

  • ranch dressing (1/3 cup) 
  • sour cream (1/4 cup)

Other salad ingredients

  • shredded cheddar cheese (6 ounces) 
  • bacon cooked and crumbled (8 ounces) 
  • finely diced red onion (1 medium-size onion) 
  • spring lettuce (8 cups) 


  • Preheat your oven, to cook your steak and potatoes to 450-degree Fahrenheit.

Deal with the potatoes

  • Slice the potatoes into approximately 1-inch lumps and put them in a large bowl.
  • Use the olive oil along with the pepper and salt to thoroughly toss the potatoes.
  • Using a cooking shower, spray a baking sheet. And when properly wet, on the baking sheet, organize the potatoes in a solitary layer and never one above another.
  • Now, take 25-30 minutes for baking the potatoes, turning the potatoes once midway so that the potatoes are well cooked on all sides, which will look brown.
  • In the meantime, while the potatoes are heating up, use a proportionate amount of salt and pepper to sprinkle the steaks with.

Deal with the steak

  • Heat your griddle to medium hotness or your grill to 400-degree Fahrenheit. (On the off chance that you are utilizing a skillet, splash the dish with a cooking shower.)
  • Take approximately 4-5 minutes for cooking the steaks on the hot cooking element whichever you are using. Then flip the steaks over and another 4-5 minutes to cook the other sides of the steak. The doneness will totally depend upon your desire. So, make sure you turn off the heat in time.
  • Now, take the steaks down and put them on a plate, and permit them to sit for 4-5 minutes or more, if you prefer. Then, at that point, cut the steaks, cutting across the grain, into dainty cuts.

Top the lettuce

  • Now, you can use either 4 separate plates or one large plate for placing the lettuce to finish up the dish, steak baked potato and salad.
  • Use the onion, bacon, potatoes, cheese, and, of course, the grilled steak slices to finely top the lettuce on the plate.
  • Take another medium-size bowl and mix the sour cream along with the ranch dressing and make sure a perfect blend.
  • At last, on top of the salad, drizzle the prepared dressing.
  • Serve immediately or within minutes because it tastes best hot like the McDonalds Hotcakes.

Recipe Notes

Adjust the heat

For medium-rare: cook at 375-degree Fahrenheit.

For medium: cook at 380-degree Fahrenheit.

For medium-well: cook at 390-degree Fahrenheit.

For well-done steak baked potato and salad: cook at 400-degree Fahrenheit.

Sour Cream Ranch Dressing

To add some specialties into this regular recipe, I have tried a few things out of which I have found this Sour Cream Ranch Dressing very special.

I make a straightforward 2 fixing dressing of farm dressing and harsh cream to shower up and over-the-plate of mixed greens. The cool velvety dressing is the ideal match to the meat and bacon.

If you indeed are looking for something unique to light up your dinner, you should try this.

Nutritional Value

Not only this steak and baked potato recipe is superbly delicate, but also it is stuffed with necessary nutrients. The amazing nutritional value it offers:

Serving (per serving)Nutritional ValueDaily Value
Calories175 (735 kJ)
Total Fat67 g34%
Saturated Fat23 mg56 mg
Sodium140 mg37%
Total Carbohydrate3.5 g13%
Dietary Fiber4 g12%
Protein34 g61%
Cholesterol234 mg54%
Vitamin A10%
Vitamin B1252%
Note: Daily Value percentage is based on a 2,000-calorie diet a day.


What are the best steaks to use?

Filet mignon, ribeye, unimposing sirloin steaks, or New York strip steak are incredible for this formula. Simply make sure to cut it across the grain, which will ensure that the steak remains delicate thoroughly.

Can you use frozen potatoes?

Indeed! Assuming you need to save cleaving time, utilize frozen cubed potatoes and prepare as the bundle of the potatoes proposes.

What is the best side dish for steak?

Sometimes, it is also ideal to opt for some side dishes with this steak baked potato, and salad. Here are your options:

  • Bread,
  • Scalloped Potatoes, which will be a quintessential side for a juicy and nice steak,
  • Sweet Potato Fries,
  • Baked French Fries,
  • Wedge Salad,
  • Mac and Cheese
  • Onion Rings, etc.

Whatever you say, baked potatoes with steak, steak baked potato or steak and baked potato or anything else, the only recipe that pops up into my mind is this steak baked potato and salad.

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