Welcome to my Whole 30 Airfryer Steak & Wedges recipe. A must have during the Whole 30 loaded up with a delicious dipping sauce, beautiful steak, potato wedges and an amazing mushroom sauce. This is one dinner worth going on the Whole 30 for!
I am a huge steak and chips fan. I love a delicious medium steak, loaded with potatoes, plus a creamy sauce.
Growing up my parents would always have some nice steak around. They would bulk buy it and then have it portioned up in the freezer. Then my dad would often cook the steak in a frying pan with a nice sauce. Proper manly food and so delicious.
Because I was young and didn’t know any better at the time, I would always ask for it well done as I hated the bloody bit from a medium cooked steak. But I changed a lot over the years and grew head over heels in love with a tender medium cut of steak.
I am a bit on the fence about the Whole 30 allowing white potatoes in the diet, while Paleo is strictly against them. They can still leave you bloated in a similar way to what pasta is, yet our grandparents were incredibly healthy and they always went through a huge amount of white potatoes each week.
But one thing I do know is that the best nutrition values is in the skin, so if you want to feel good and feel like you’re super healthy, then stick with potato wedges like I have done.#Whole30 #Airfryer #Steak & #Wedges #Recipe @recipe_thisClick To Tweet
- Start by chopping up your mushrooms into medium slices and giving them a wash. Then also chop your potatoes into wedges shapes and also give them a quick wash too. Toss the fillet steak in salt, pepper and parsley. Then using a pastry brush, brush the 1tbsp PrimalFat Coconut Ghee over the steak.
- Place the potato wedges into the Airfryer and cook for 10 minutes at 180c with a tablespoon of olive oil.
- In a small mixing bowl (it must be small enough so it can fit in the Airfryer and be Airfryer safe) add 2tbsp of PrimalFat Coconut Ghee, the coconut milk the garlic and the rest of the seasoning. Mix well, add the mushrooms to it and put to one side.
- Add to the Airfryer the steak (placing it over the potatoes) and cook for a further 8 minutes at 180c. Remove the steak and leave it to rest on the side so that it can finish its cooking process.
- While the steak is resting cook for the mushrooms in the sauce for 5 minutes on 180c. Remove the potatoes and the mushroom sauce from the Airfryer and serve with our Paleo mustard mayonnaise.
I find that to keep all your food warm when you are doing an entire dish in the Airfryer the best thing to do is to finish the steak first that way it has chance to rest while the potatoes and the sauce are being cooked.
This meal is based on the steak being cooked to medium, please adjust if you like it medium rare or well done.
Whole 30 Day 18
I am back with my day 18 on the Whole 30. Today is a first….its been the first day when I totally have not thought about foods that I had before. No thoughts of eating chocolate, eating lasagne, eating a Big Mac of having a glass of wine. I think the Whole 30 has finally turned me.
I am sure it is on off and it will be on my brain again tomorrow, but it makes you realise like any addiction, that after all your body gets used to not having any.
What I ATE On Day EIGHTEEN Of The Whole 30
Today we are having steak and nothing can be as good as that for the Whole 30 can it? A big juicy piece of steak cooked in the Airfryer with homemade sauce and homemade wedges.
Breakfast = Pepper Omelette
Lunch = Steak & Wedges
Dinner = Thai Vegetable Curry
Exercise = 5km Country Walk/Run
So you guessed it…breakfast was another pepper omelette. Well it ticks all the boxes. It is protein boosting from the egg, has vegetables in it and gives you an excellent start to the day. It also keeps your calories in check if you want to lose weight while on the Whole 30.
Then lunch was steak and wedges. Oh my god…..talk about food heaven and I will always appreciate this as the best diet food in the world EVER.
Then for dinner we have a round of Thai veggie curry. Mainly because its a great way to eat loads of vegetables in a creamy sauce with some heat thrown in.
Introducing The Pure Indian Foods PrimalFat Coconut Ghee
Hands in the air if you miss butter when you are on the Whole 30? The way butter always makes everything taste so good. You add it to a sauce and suddenly you have an amazing sauce instead of just an okay sauce. Then also add it to chicken and all of a sudden you have the most buttery chicken. Hence why we have partnered with Pure Indian Foods and their delicious PrimalFat Coconut Ghee.
Here are 10 reasons to buy this PrimalFat Coconut Ghee:
- Expiration date is over a year away
- Great for baking, frying, and grilling
- Healthier replacement for butter
- High smoke point
- Large 14.2-ounce jar lasts a while
- Made in the U.S.
- Milk for the clarified butter comes from grass fed cows
- No refrigeration necessary
- Organic ingredients
- Recyclable/reusable jar
Our verdict – If you’re not familiar with ghee, you should be. It’s a form of butter in which the solids are removed leaving only the clarified butter oil behind. With Pure Indian Foods Organic & Virgin PrimalFat PrimalFat Coconut Ghee, you’re getting a 50/50 mixture of clarified butter and coconut oil. As there are no milk solids, you don’t store it in the refrigerator, there’s no lactose, and the coconut oil adds a little flavour.
Ghee is a staple in Indian cuisine, especially in curries. I find PrimalFat Coconut Ghee has so many other uses. It’s going to become a staple in your kitchen. Use it as a replacement for butter in cakes and pastries, melt it and toss potato cubes for perfect roasted potatoes, and use it in your favourite stir-fry recipe.
Or in our case today as the base for your steak sauce. Ghee has a high smoke point, so feel free to really heat your pan up. If you enjoy grilling things like pizza, brush the crust with ghee first and enjoy not having it burn and smoke.
The best feature – has to be the fact that when you are on the Whole 30 you need this product to survive. It gives you that Plan B so that you can have your curry, your sauce or your roast buttery vegetables without having to worry about missing out.
Overall – Versatility means everything in a busy household and Pure Indian Foods Organic & Virgin PrimalFat Coconut Ghee is just that. I’ve already used it to make this recipe, along with fried chicken fingers and spread a little in a muffin.
The jar holds just under 2 cups, so it will last a while. The jar is clear glass, which you can easily recycle or save for your next batch of homemade jam. With so many possibilities and the generous jar size, you’ll find the ghee goes a long way.
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Now how about joining me in your own Whole 30? Join me in the whole 30 diet challenge and have 30 full days of delicious home cooked meals. Get better, get rid of the health problems associated with a bad diet and fall in love with food all over again.