steak and veges

steak and veges


  • Steak
  • potato
  • pumpkin
  • snow peas
  • flat mushroom
  • squash - cut into wedges
  • red capiscum - thinly sliced


  1. Spray potato and pumpkin with canola oil. Season with spices and place in the oven at 160 degrees celcius for approximately 1 hour 10 minutes.
  2. 30 minutes before the potato and pumpkin will be ready, remove the meat and vegetables from the fridge
  3. 15 minutes before the potato and pumpkin will be ready turn on the BBQ and preheat for at least 5 minutes
  4. turn heat down on BBQ and place the meat on the grill
  5. place mushroom, squash and capsicum onto hot plate - turning occasional
  6. the steak only gets turned once! Turn the steak when you start to see the blood appear on the top side. Cook for about the same time before removing.
  7. After you have flipped the steak, wait a couple of minutes and add the snow peas to the hot plate and turn the gas off at the BBQ.
  8. Once the steak is done, plate up and enjoy


Cooking times will vary depending on the size of the vegetables and meat, type of oven and BBQ. Make sure you adjust accordingly.

See the lamb chop recipe for ideas on additional vegetables that you can use successfully cook on the grill.

I like my steak medium rare, and the technique that I have described cooks the steak a nice juicy medium rare - you can see that from some of my BBQ photos.

The BBQ still retains heat after you've turned it off so the steak will continue to cook on the grill. Turning the gas off also means a gradual drop in the heat and a wider time frame for your medium rare steak. I.e keeping the gas on means you may only have a 1 minute interval between medium rare and medium well, whereas having the gas off (with the gradual drop in heat) means that you might have 2-3 minutes between medium rare and medium well.

Snow peas can shrivel up if left on the hot plate too long which is why we add them towards the end.

I use McCormack's Bush Spices to season my roast vegetables.


The recipe is easy to follow and cooks a great meal that is tasty and wholesome. It will make you feel very satisfied!

By Jimmy Kim (not verified)

Well done Brent for another great receipe!

By Andrea (not verified)

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