If you are complaining about the extra dishes while cooking, this one-pan recipe will make you very happy!
2020 Has Already Arrived!
New year always means new beginnings. They are new hopes and new possibilities for everything you don’t like in your life, everything you are trying to change. This is of course very exciting, but how about removing the New Year’s Diet from your life with a different approach this year?
Does the worry and anxiety of weight gain, which occurs in many of us on many holidays or special days, have to follow us in the new year? What if we didn’t feel guilty for the things we did just to have fun and have some good time?
We start each new year with the hope of removing one food from our lives. I won’t be consuming carbs this year. I will never use sugar. Refined flour? Never again! We’re all hoping to get rid of that food whichever was voted the most bad boy that year.
IS THIS A SUCCESS?
It is possible to experience weight loss during these processes from time to time. If we are realistically approaching, restrictions bring weight loss in a short time, but they are not sustainable in the long run. Sterilization always brings about eating attacks. After not eating dessert for a long time, it was the fate of all of us to finish a cake alone.
The biggest accompaniment of the eating attack that follows the restriction is the feeling of guilt. Bigger restrictions are put in place to make up for that guilt-ridden mistake and bam! Here we are in a cycle.
Still. New. Again.
What needs to be done to get out of this cycle is very easy. Let it go. Eat anything you want to eat without hesitation, fear or guilt. Don’t try to change your body. Listen to your body while everyone calculates the calories for what they eat.
Eat what you want, when you want. Your body will tell you what it needs one by one. Just listen and make him happy. When your body is happy, realize how happy you are. Believe me, nothing can make you happier!
After continuing this for a while, your body will find that sweet spot it wants to be. Stop fighting. Listen. Feed it. And be happy easily. This is very different from what is imposed as it should be. Much more sincere.
WANT TO TRY THIS RECIPE? NEVER STOP.
While other food sites are considering the most popular diet foods after the New Year’s holiday, the biggest restrictions, which one will cause great repercussions this year, we will stay away from them completely.
You can also create similar recipes by shaping them according to your wishes. Never forget to pursue the things you are passionate about! Add whatever you love to your meal and it will be your meal. Eat without fear.
This recipe contains potatoes, carbohydrates and dairy products that are already banned on some sites. If you are allergic to milk and dairy products, we recommend that you stay away from them. However, you can try this unique flavor by using alternatives of these products.
While many have previously opted for steak and asparagus for similar recipes, they are heartbroken away from potatoes. Don’t go away. Your body loves potatoes too. He also wants potatoes. This is not something to be shy about.
TINY TIPS FOR THE RECIPE
- With sheet pan dishes, you can perform the entire food preparation process with a single pan. In some cases you may want to mix things in different bowls, but there is no need. One pan is enough for all.
- You are completely free with Parmesan. You can use a lot more if you like it a lot, or you can use less if you are just looking for a light taste. The amounts specified in the recipe are set on average and are entirely up to you.
- If you have steaks of different sizes, naturally the cooking times will not be the same. The times in the recipe are for two inches thick, and you can adjust this time according to the thickness of your own steak.
- If you marinate and marinate steaks and potatoes beforehand, you’ll find your food much tastier when you take it out of the oven. Even if you don’t think ahead and do it right now, it won’t be a problem, just keep it in mind next time.
- Potatoes may need to be cooked a little longer than others. You may need to check your food periodically after you put it in the oven.
- 1 1/2 lb flank steak
- 2 lb Red Potatoes
- 1 lb asparagus
- 3-4 garlic cloves
- 1 tsp parsley
- 4-5 T Parmesan (I used grated)
- 3 1/2 T olive oil
- 1 tsp crushed pepper corn
- Salt and pepper
- Any other desired spices
1. Depending on their size, cut the potatoes into 4 pieces if they are medium-sized, or 8 pieces if they are larger.
2. Cut off the ends of the asparagus, wash and dry.
3. Put the potatoes in the part of the pan where you want to cook the potatoes and add olive oil, parmesan, minced garlic, black pepper and parsley on it and mix.
4. Distribute the potatoes evenly on the tray and bake in the preheated oven for 5-7 minutes.
5. While the potatoes are in the oven, drizzle olive oil, salt and seasonings of your choice on both sides of the steak, then sprinkle with Parmesan.
6. When the potatoes are ready, place the steaks and asparagus in the frying pan.
7. Cook the steaks for 5 minutes on each side. (for medium)
8. Bon appetit!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 546Total Fat: 23g