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Actually, there's a bit more going on in our onion relish than just onions. You'll also taste honey, vinegar, garlic, olives, and diced oranges in the dark emulsification -- perfect for drizzling on lean, medium-rare sirloin.
We like panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) when making our mini meatloaves. The result is a little lighter, the flavor a little more delicate.
Here's a meal that's a small symphony of contrasting colors and textures: a crusted skirt steak, creamy polenta, and tomatoes simmered until tender.
Cook patties first, then -- in the same skillet -- saute onion and green beans. Place the burgers on toast with a creamy sauce, and dinner's ready with only one pot to clean up.
Dress up spinach -- the perfect go-to side for a juicy steak -- with a handful of grapes and almonds, which add crunch and a touch of sweetness.
This might be the classic beef dinner -- juicy, medium-rare steak, a salad of sliced beefsteak tomatoes and Vidalia onions, and a creamed spinach ready in just 10 minutes.
Roasted sweet potatoes are more sugary than potato wedges, but they'll deliver much the same toasty yumminess.
It's nice to have something crunch on in between bites of a spicy, well-crusted flank steak like this one. So we've added a bit of contrast with a three-ingredient cabbage salad and fried coins of polenta.
For those that like their meals simple but bold, we've created this version of steak and green beans, pairing a generously seasoned rib eye with a five-minute simmer of green beans, tomatoes, and lots of garlic.
Set the spaghetti squash baking in the oven, and you'll have plenty of time to fry the steaks and quick-pickle red onions before it's done.