Steak with Grilled Potato Wedges

Steak and Potato Wedges
I grew up eating my dad’s barbecue. Every main dish on our dinner table came straight off the grill. If you think I’m exaggerating I’ll let you know this, to this day, I’ve still never tasted a Thanksgiving turkey from an oven. And I can tell you I’ve never felt deprived but when I set out on my own I didn’t have much skill getting tender meat from an oven or pan. Indoor grilling became my only means of sustenance. Today, I’m a little more well-versed in other cooking methods but my culinary adventures always end up back at the grill. Lucky for me and my I-refuse-to-fuss-with-gas-or-charcoal attitude my Aroma Super Pot lets me grill my heart out without the extra hassle.

To celebrate Father’s Day this weekend I wanted to come up with a man-worthy meal fit for the grilling master. I didn’t lug any heavy bags of charcoal, scrub any grills clean or even go outside for this one but let me tell you the mission was accomplished… just ask my dad 🙂

Ingredients
1 (7-10 ounce) steak
4 small gold potatoes
1/2 tbsp olive oil
salt and pepper to taste

Directions
Preheat the Super Pot to 425º F. Cut potatoes in half and then slice into wedges. Toss with olive oil and salt and pepper.

Place the steak and potatoes into the Super Pot. Grill for two minutes and flip the meat and potatoes.

Grill for another 2 minutes. Check your steak for doneness and remove from the Super Pot™ to rest.

Add ½ cup of water to the potatoes and cover. Let steam for 5 minutes and uncover. When the water has completely steamed off check for doneness and enjoy!

 

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