Make baked potatoes a meal with these French-Style Beef Baked Potatoes. They are loaded with thinly slice top sirloin, caramelized onion sauce and shredded Swiss cheese.
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I have been a fan of turning baked potatoes into a meal for a long time. There is just something about fully loading up a perfectly baked potato and eating that for dinner. Ryan, however, does not agree with me. He doesn’t think that a baked potato can be a meal.
As a result, I’ve been on a quest to tell him that yes you can! And I found the perfect recipe to help him see it in these French-Style Beef Baked Potatoes.
This French Style Beef Baked Potatoes recipe is the second in my series with the Washington State Beef Commission and I am already learning so much more.
Just a couple of weeks ago, I got to go to a cooking class here in Seattle at the Hot Stove Society. If you were following along on Instagram then you probably saw all of the beefy deliciousness. We had the chance to grind our own meat. I learned how to trim a tenderloin and truss a prime rib. It was so informative! I had a blast.
And of course the meal afterwards wasn’t too bad either.
One of the things that I learned at the cooking class was that, when cutting beef, you don’t need to saw back and forth. Instead, you should do one (or maybe two) pass throughs. That way you don’t get rough saw marks along the meat. I tried doing this at home after the cooking class and I can totally tell the difference! Just make sure your knife is sharp.
Now back to this recipe for French-Style Beef Baked Potatoes. Like I said, they can totally make a meal. They are loaded with thinly sliced top sirloin, caramelized onion sauce and shredded Swiss Cheese.
And they are super easy to make. I’d say the hardest part is waiting for the onions to caramelize. Because I don’t know about you, but nothing gets me hungrier faster than the smell of caramelizing onions.
Except maybe the smell of sizzling beef and caramelizing onions.