Sunday was a relaxing afternoon for the future Commins residence!!! We had another great hike at Fort Macon and when we got home we were starving! One of our favorite things to eat is a good steak. We eat a sirloin or London broil probably once a week.
So, John went down to the grill, seasoned up the London broil with some adobe, garlic and herb rub, and Slap Ya Mamma seasoning (my favorite…and yes…it really is called Slap Ya Mamma)! Cooked the steak for about 10 minutes on each side leaving us with a perfect medium well steak!
While John was grilling, I made a fresh “greek-ish” cold salad. Fresh cucumbers, tomato, and avocado. I also added a garlic and herb feta cheese. I would have put red onion BUT I forgot that at the grocery store this week! We used a balsamic vinegarette dressing to top it off. We laid the London broil on top of the salad and ohmygawdddd it was delicious!
I also decided that I wanted to make roasted green beans (I actually roast almost every vegetable I eat, it’s so good)! Laid down the aluminum foil on the tray, coconut oil spray, cut up fresh green beans, top with olive oil and Mrs. Dash onion and herb seasoning! Bake in the oven 400 degrees for 25 min! BOOM FRESH GREEN BEAN FRENCH FRIES! Haha at least that’s what I call them! I eat them right off the tray they are so good!
John and I are very simplistic people, we like to enjoy our delicious meals with very little clean up and that’s what we did! The green beans aluminum foil gets thrown away. The fresh veggies were cut on one cutting board and thrown into a bowl and the steak was out on the grill with one tray to take it out!
We will definitely be making this dish again. YUMM! Let me know if you try it out and with any different seasonings, it is super easy and clean up is even easier!! Oh and afterwards…naps are totally acceptable because you aren’t in a fat feeling food coma, but instead a full satisfied belly full of flavor (with leftovers for later)…and yes, Toby got a few bites too!
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