Steak, chips with garlic & rosemary butter

Steak, chips with garlic & rosemary butter

Are you a steak and chip purist with a low carb lifestyle? This recipe is for you. There is nothing to distract from the flavor of the meat other than a hint of garlic and rosemary. By using rutabaga instead of potato, you can still enjoy this classic dish and stay true to your low carb diet.

Steak, chips with garlic & rosemary butter

Are you a steak and chip purist with a low carb lifestyle? This recipe is for you. There is nothing to distract from the flavor of the meat other than a hint of garlic and rosemary. By using rutabaga instead of potato, you can still enjoy this classic dish and stay true to your low carb diet.
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2 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 1¼ lbs 550 g rutabaga, peeled and cut into strips
  • 2 tbsp 2 tbsp butter
  • 2 2 garlic clove, crushedgarlic cloves, crushed
  • 1 tbsp 1 tbsp fresh rosemary
  • 1 lb 450 g sirloin steaksirloin steaks or ribeye steak, 1 per portionribeye steaks, 1 per portion
  • salt and pepper, to taste
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Instructions

  1. Boil the rutabaga in salted water for about 15-20 minutes or until tender. Drain and set aside.
  2. While the rutabaga is boiling, heat a large frying pan over medium-high heat and add the butter, garlic, and rosemary sprigs. When hot, add the steaks and season the top sides with salt and plenty of black pepper.
  3. Fry for about 2 minutes on each side for rare and 3 minutes on each side for medium. Turn the steaks and season the other side. Tilt the pan and spoon the butter over the steaks as you cook them.
  4. Remove the steaks from the pan and set them aside to rest on a board or warm plate, tipping half of the butter over the top.
  5. Keep the pan over medium-high heat and add the rutabaga. Season and fry the chips for 3–4 minutes or until lightly browned all over. Serve straight away with the steaks.

Tip

Add a handful of greens drizzled with olive oil for a little color and to make it a complete meal.

Rutabaga fries

If you want the fries to cook faster, cut into shoestring strips and cut boiling time to 6-7 minutes or until tender.

Diet Doctor’s recipe team has slightly adjusted this recipe to follow our guidelines. You’ll find the original recipe in Katie’s cookbook, "The 30 Minute Diabetes Cookbook: Eat to Beat Diabetes with 100 Easy Low-carb Recipes". Diet Doctor receives no payment or other considerations from the sale of Katie’s cookbooks or the publishing of this post.

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  2. Emily Smart
    Fries they are not and state like baked rutabaga if you do not like rutabaga this is a big no go!
  3. Michael
    The recipe reads: "1 lb sirloin steak or ribeye steaks, 1 per portion". Is this 1steak for each portion or 1 inch thick per portion? Thanks. I eat ribeyes everyday so I will cook mine the way I like them but I was wondering for others and since I came to this link I figured I might as well ask.
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  4. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    The recipe reads: "1 lb sirloin steak or ribeye steaks, 1 per portion". Is this 1steak for each portion or 1 inch thick per portion? Thanks. I eat ribeyes everyday so I will cook mine the way I like them but I was wondering for others and since I came to this link I figured I might as well ask.

    This recipe calls for 8oz steak per person. It is written in this manner both to help make sure that the macros are accurate and also so that the shopping list will be as well.

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