Guys! How does Tender Steak with Mushroom and sunny side up egg sound like for breakfast? In many previous posts, I have mentioned how I take breakfast seriously, so today I’m sharing with you a breakfast I go for when I know that my day is going to be extremely busy and I might not have time to have lunch.
I like to plan my week, this helps me stay focused and keep me sane. I knew that today I won’t have much time to cook lunch and hubby will be home late. I had so many pending posts to work on, I needed the time and energy.
The Right Rub For My Tender Steak.
The tender steak with mushroom was delicious thanks to RUBBIN’ RIGHT Honey Bourbon Rub. The rub had meat tenderizer which made my steak juicy and almost melt in my mouth. The rub didn’t take away the flavor of the steak but have enhanced it.
Easy and Quick Breakfast.
I used their All-Purpose BBQ Rub to season the mushrooms. You don’t have to add salt, everything is mixed for you in a balanced manner. All I had to do was add some olive oil and let the steak sit for few minutes. Got my grill sizzling hot and cooked the steak for one and half minute on each side since the cut was thin.
This breakfast didn’t take much time to prepare and was amazingly satisfying. You can use this rub on chicken and even on fish like Basa. If you are having potato wedges, throw some with that spice mix and create a mouthwatering treat.
A little from the rub goes a long way and if you are interested in trying some, visit their website and have a look at other rub mix available.
Let’s make some yummy breakfast!
- FOR THE STEAK:
- 1 thin chuck steak
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 teaspoon honey bourbon rub OR your favorite
- FOR THE MUSHROOM:
- 5 button mushrooms sliced
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- ½ teaspoon all-purpose BBQ Rub Or your favorite seasoning
- 1/3 cup warm water
FOR THE STEAK:
Rub the steak with olive oil and the steak rub, cover and refrigerate for few minutes.
Heat the grill. Place the steak on the grill, flip after one and a half minute and cook on the other side for one and a half minute. Cover and keep aside.
FOR THE MUSHROOM:
In a pan, add olive oil and when hot add the mushrooms. Sauté the mushroom for two minutes. Season and add water. Let it cook for 2 minutes.
Serve mushroom on steak and enjoy.
Disclaimer:This post is sponsored by RUBBIN’ RIGHT but the opinion is all mine!