Seared Grass Fed Sirloin Steak, sears in the juices- which brings out the grass fed meaty taste!
It was a rainy evening, the other night. A perfect night for a quick and juicy, grass fed seared sirloin steak with a baked potato and sautéed Swiss chard.
Our Grass Fed Sirloin Steaks, weigh under 1 pound each, and serves 2 people.
In the morning, we took out a couple of grass fed sirloin steaks from the freezer, and put them in a bowl to defrost by dinner time.
Over an hour before we were ready to eat, we put the potatoes into the 400 degree oven to bake for about an hour, or until soft.
We salted the steaks, and placed them on our cutting board. While the steaks rested, we heated our cast iron sauce pan, and put some olive oil in the bottom.
We placed the steaks into the pan, and seared each side for 3 minutes, carefully flipping them with a pair of tongs.
Next we took the steaks and placed them on our cutting board to rest under a tent of foil for about 5 minutes.
While the steaks were resting, we sautéed the Swiss chard with olive oil and garlic, in a wok.
We placed a sirloin steak, some Swiss chard, and a baked potato on the plate.