This easy Breakfast Skillets with Steak and Eggs is a hearty way to start your day.
This post is sponsored by The Beef Checkoff. As always, all opinions are my own.
Why This Easy Breakfast Skillet Recipe Works
There is no better way to start the day then with a protein-rich breakfast. This easy Breakfast Skillet with Steak and Eggs is packed with protein and flavor!
When it comes to breakfast, I love recipes that will fuel us up for our busy days. Often times, my family has a day packed with activities and we need a hearty breakfast that will keep us satisfied.
This healthy Breakfast Skillet with Steak and Eggs is layer upon layer of flavor. One of the things I love about this recipe is that it’s completely flexible. You can add any additional flavors that you like.
How to Make this Healthy Breakfast Skillet with Steak and Eggs
There is nothing better than a one pot breakfast. I love when the entire recipe can be made in one skillet, building upon the flavors as you add new ingredients.
This recipe is the perfect example of a one skillet breakfast. I love it because it uses only a few simple ingredients.
Next, slice the steak into quarter to half inch slices, going against the grain of the beef.
Once your skillet is preheated, add the steak. Be careful not to move it around in the pan until you get a good sear on one side.
Then, add the peppers and onions. By waiting to add the peppers and onions, you allow the steak a chance to develop a nice crust on one side. This is where the flavor is. That seared crust is pure flavor gold!
Once the peppers and onions have softened, you add the thawed potatoes. I’ve used both the shredded hashbrown style potatoes and the cubed breakfast potatoes. My family prefers the shredded variety but I encourage you see what your family likes. I think sweet potatoes would also be great.
Simply, add the potatoes to the top of the steak and veggies and allow it form a crust on the bottom.
After a few minutes, give it a stir to combine the potatoes with the steak, peppers and onions.
The final step is to add the eggs. I used the back of a serving spoon to form indents in the top of the potatoes – just a little place where you can nestle the eggs down into the potatoes. I usually add 6 eggs but you can even increase it to 8 if your pan is large enough.
Just crack the egg right on top of the potatoes and season it with House Seasoning Blend or salt and pepper. Let the eggs cook on top for a few minutes until it reaches the desired doneness.
Personally, I love a sunny side up egg for this recipe. There’s something magical about the gooey yolk oozing down into the potatoes and adding richness to every bite.
Tips for Making this Easy Breakfast Skillet Recipe
Here are some tips to help you make this easy Breakfast Skillets with Steak and Eggs recipe:
- To make it easier to slice the steak into quarter inch slices, pop it in the freezer for 30 minutes.
- One of my best tricks for this recipe is to use a cast iron skillet. I love sear you get from a cast iron skillet.
- If you want to speed up the cooking process for the eggs, cover the skillet with a lid.
- Get a jump start on breakfast by making this recipe the night before. Prepare the steak, veggies and potatoes according to the recipe and refrigerate in the skillet. When you’re ready to eat this dish, reheat it on the stove top – when everything is warmed through, add the eggs and finish cooking.
The Best Beef for This Recipe
I’ve made this recipe many times and have used several different cuts of steak. My favorite, by far, is a Flat Iron Steak. I love the smooth, buttery texture of the Flat Iron Steak.
I’ve also used ribeye steaks and even a leftover filet. If you want a more economical option, you could even use ground beef.
The key to getting the best flavor from the steak is to season it properly. Usually, steak only needs to be seasoned liberally with salt and pepper. But you can add another dimension of flavor by using my House Seasoning Blend – I use it on everything!
By eating a breakfast rich in protein, like this Steak and Egg Breakfast Skillet, you are fueling your body and brain. Protein helps us boost our memory, stay focused and fight fatigue.
Just one 3 ounce serving of beef has roughly 50% of your Daily Value of protein. Plus, it’s packed with Vitamin B12, zinc and iron which help with everything from energy, metabolism and your immune system. It’s a real nutrition powerhouse!
You can learn more about the nutritional benefits of beef here. And, you can find more delicious recipes for beef here
I’ve put together this handy Beef Cooking Cheat Sheet to help you understand the various cuts of beef. There’s even cooking tips, recommended temperatures, nutrition information and more!
More Beef Recipes You Might Like
- How to Cook Frozen Beef in an Instant Pot
- Cheesesteak Stuffed Shells
- Beef Lasagna Soup
- Skillet Steak and Potatoes
Looking for more? Check out all of the beef recipes on It Is a Keeper. And, be sure to visit The Beef Checkoff for more easy recipes.
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Easy Breakfast Skillets with Steak and Eggs
- 1 pound Flat Iron steak
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 ½ teaspoons House Seasoning Blend, divided
- 1 onion, chopped
- 1 cup bell pepper, chopped
- 30 ounces frozen shredded hash brown potatoes, thawed
- 6 large eggs
- Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.
- Season both sides of the steak with 1 teaspoon House Seasoning Blend.
- Cut steak into ¼-1/2 inch slices, cutting against the grain of the meat.
- Add steak to skillet and sear on one side, about 2 minutes.
- Turn steak pieces over and add diced onions and peppers.
- Saute peppers and onions for about 3 minutes, or until softened.
- Stir in hash browns and season with one teaspoon of House Seasoning Blend.
- Cook, uncovered, over medium heat for 10 minutes or until bottom is golden brown; stir to combine.
- Use the back of a spoon to make six indentations into the potato mixture.
- Break one egg into each indentation. Sprinkle eggs with remaining House Seasoning Blend.
- Cover the skillet and reduce heat to low; cook for 10 minutes or until eggs are set and potatoes are tender.