Baked steak with roasted butternut and potatoes

Why bake a steak in the oven?  You will get that slow roasted even cooked flavor only gotten when cooked in the oven.  Use an oven thermometer to monitor the temperature of the steak.  It is better to under cook and let rest than to over cook the steak.  Enjoy

Baked steak with roasted butternut and potatoes

Baked Steak


2 New York bone in steaks about 1” thick

2 tbsps. steak seasoning

Let steaks come to room temperature.  Season each steak with the steak seasoning on all sides.  Place on a broil pan and put in a 400 oven.  Cook till the internal temperature reaches 145 for medium rare or 160 for medium.  Remove from the oven and let rest for at least ten minutes.  Slice and serve with roasted potatoes and butternut squash.

Roasted Butternut Squash


½ butternut squash cubed in ½” pieces

1 tbsp. olive oil

Salt and Pepper

1/8 tsp. fresh grated nutmeg

Place in a baking dish with the olive oil, season with salt and pepper and grate some fresh nutmeg on top.  Place in a 400 oven and cooked for 40 minutes.

Oven Roasted Potatoes


1 tbsp. olive oil

4 medium white potatoes, unpeeled

1 tbsp. steak seasoning

Slice the potatoes into 1/2” cubes and toss with the olive oil and steak seasoning.  Place in a baking dish and put into a 4oo oven for    minutes.

5 thoughts on “Baked steak with roasted butternut and potatoes

  1. This inspired me so I made the squash and potatoes tonight. I didn’t have any steak, but I like the idea of baking your steak. We usually grill it and I’d never thought of baking it before. Don’t know why.
    I’m trying to go sugar free for the new year….and I usually make my squash with olive oil and a little bit of brown sugar. I thought, why not use sugar-free syrup instead? When the sugar melts, that’s what it looks like…
    So, I just pulled it out of the oven. It smells like a pancake house. I’ll let you know how it “tastes” though. That’s the real question, right? 🙂
    Thanks for the encourgement and idea to make this! I already had all the ingredients in the fridge!


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