Who doesn’t love meat and taters? It’s a trick question because everyone, loves meat and taters, RIGHT!?! Yea, I just made up this statistic, 100% of the world love meat and potatoes, especially together, how you like that math (haha!)?
Most of our meals are quick and easy and we try and stay under 20-30 minutes total. So, just and FYI to get the crispy sweet potato slices we wanted, we left the sweet potato in the oven a little longer. This brought the total time up to about 45-50 minutes but you don’t have to do this to make them extra crispy as we did. Let’s get to it shall we?
- 1-3 Sweet Potatoe(s)
- Avocado Oil or other high heat oil
- 6oz. Steak (other meat)
- 1 Kale leaf
- 1 Avocado
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Steak seasoning or any other desired, if needed
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees fahrenheit.
- Slice potatoes into 1/4 to 1/2 inch pieces for your buns.
- Place slices in a mixing bowl and add high heat oil. (We use about 2 tbsp per potato but we also eat a low/moderate carb, high fat diet so take that into account.)
- Bake potatos for 20-30 minutes depending on your oven. Ours usually takes about 25 minutes to be pretty well done. Then place oven on broil (low) and broil for a final 5-10 minutes. We like ours really crispy so if you do not then you will want to shorten the time. Also, note if they are blackening then you may want to take them out or shorten the time.
- Place in a skillet 6oz. steak on medium low to medium. (We cook most things on a lower temp for a longer time. Yes, it doesn’t get done as quick but it also preserves the meat quality and hopefully as many nutrients as possible.) Cook the steak to your desire temp, ours being medium rare. *A quick reference from marthastewart.com says you can cook on high heat for a great rare or medium rare steak in under 10 minutes.
- Add seasoning. For this we just used a pinched cracked black pepper, sea salt and cumin.
- Once done, let cool then pull or cut apart into smaller pieces.
- Open advocado and slice into 1/4 pieces per half and grab the kale leaf and tear into smaller pieces for the topping.
- Place potato slice down, add 1-2oz of meat
- Add bits of kale and place 1-2 pieces of the avocado halves on top.
- Lastly, add the top piece of the potato slice and now you hav your samwhich.
- NOW, take a big ole’ bite!
This recipe is super fun and doesn’t take a long time considering the amazing flavors and taste it packs. You can also, season anything to your likeing and even experiement adding different seasoning and spices to the potatoes and meat.