This steak will be perfectly juicy and tender after searing each side and just a few minutes in the oven. Roasting the vegetables with the steak make this dish extra easy and fabulous. Look out for this Parmesan mash too; it’s an absolute winner.
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/ serving 4 people
/ serving 4 people
Top Sirloin Steak
Parmesan Cheese, shredded(ContainsMilk/Lait)
Preheat the oven to 400°F. (To roast the veggies and steak.) Start prepping when the oven comes up to temperature!
Prep: Wash and dry all produce. Peel (if desired), and cut the potatoes into 1/2-inch pieces. Cover the potatoes with cold water in a large pot and bring it to a boil over medium-high until potatoes are fork-tender, 12-14 min.
Roast the veggies: Meanwhile, cut the carrot into 1/4-inch rounds. Finely chop 1 tbsp rosemary leaves. Toss the broccoli and carrots with a drizzle of oil on a large baking sheet. (TIP: Use 2 baking sheets if you don't have a large one!) Season with salt and pepper. Roast in the centre of the oven, stirring halfway through cooking, until veggies are golden and tender, 20-25 min.
Sear the steak: Season the steak with rosemary, salt and pepper. Heat a large non-stick pan over medium-high. Add a drizzle of oil, then the steak. Sear until golden-brown on the outside, 1-2 min per side. Make some space on the veggie sheets in the oven. Transfer the steak to the baking sheets to roast alongside the veggies. Roast until steak is cooked to desired doneness, 6-8 min (TIP: Inserting a thermometer into a medium steak should display an internal temperature of 160°F.)
Mash the potatoes: Drain the potatoes, reserving 1/2 cup water and return to the pot. Using a potato masher or fork, mash in the Parmesan, butter and reserved potato water (DO: measure out) until creamy.
Finish and serve: Slice the steak and serve alongside a scoop of Parmesan mash and a side of roasted veggies. Enjoy!
NOTE: Due to the hurricane there is a green bean scarcity this week. Oh no! So we've subbed broccoli for green beans. We're sorry that it doesn't match the photo but we hope you eat all your greens anyway.