Steak and eggs
|Course||Breakfast or brunch|
|Region or state||Global cuisine|
|Main ingredients||beefsteak and eggs|
Steak and eggs is a dish prepared with beefsteak and eggs as primary ingredients. It is most typically served as a breakfast or brunch food, but may be consumed at any mealtime, such as for dinner in the evening.
Various types of beefsteaks can be used, such as rib eye, strip, sirloin and flank, among others. Additional ingredients may include bell pepper, garlic, onion, butter, salt, pepper, seasonings and others. Accompaniments may include various sauces, such as steak sauce, Worcestershire sauce, chimichurri and others.
In popular culture
Having been a common breakfast in Australia in the first half of the 20th century, the meal is also the customary pre-landing breakfast of the United States Marine Corps, due to the Marines having copied it from Australian soldiers when the two countries campaigned together during the Pacific War.
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Source: Easy Recipes