Best Breakfast Dishes Featuring Your Leftover Ruth’s Chris Steak

When customers visit Ruth’s Chris Steak House, it’s rare that they have anything left on their plates at the end of the evening. But, for those with a smaller appetite or for anyone who likes to save room for dessert, you might go home with a little bit of extra steak.

So, from sizzling steak to steak sunrise, we’re here to deliver three delectable breakfast dishes to make with your leftover Ruth’s Chris steak – as long as you don’t tiptoe to the fridge for a midnight snack, that is!

Steak Breakfast Tacos

Tuesday isn’t the only day that’s right for tacos. They’re also a fantastic breakfast food. Bonus: Breakfast tacos are simple and easy to make!

  1. Start by thinly slicing up your leftover steak and set aside.
  2. Whisk two (2) eggs in a small bowl, add salt, pepper, and garlic powder, and set aside.
  3. Cut up a green and red pepper (store extra peppers for your next meal!) and an onion and sauté them in a non-stick skillet. Cook until the onion and peppers have softened.
  4. Pour in the whisked eggs and when almost fully done, add the steak until warm.
  5. Warm corn tortillas on extra skillet or add egg and steak mixture to unheated tortillas.
  6. Top with extra raw onion, cheese of your choice (we recommend cotilla or a shredded Mexican cheese blend), salsa, and chopped cilantro.

Steak Breakfast Bruschetta

Carry the ambience of Ruth’s Chris over to the next morning with a next-level breakfast recipe fit for Instagram. Follow these simple steps and you’ll feel like you’ve transported yourself to Italy.

  1. Take leftover steak and slice into thin strips. Set aside.
  2. Slice up a French loaf or baguette (or any other bread you have at home) into thin slices.
  3. Brush olive oil and garlic (minced or powdered, whatever you have available) onto one side of the bread.
  4. Put bread directly onto the rack under the broiler or in the toaster oven for 2-4 minutes.
  5. While your bread toasts, cut an avocado or tomato (or both) into ½ inch cubes.
  6. Take bread out of broiler/toaster oven, add cream cheese, steak, and toppings.
  7. Feel free to get creative with additional toppings. We recommend diced onion, cilantro, pico de gallo, or basil.

Steak and Egg Hash

Filling and fast, a steak and egg hash is the perfect way to use that leftover ribeye, filet, or T-bone. Follow these quick and easy steps for a meal that’s sure to put the “comfort” in comfort food.

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Dice potatoes (we recommend gold potatoes for faster cooking), red onions, red bell peppers, tomatoes, or other vegetables of choice. This recipe is great for using whatever veggies you have in your fridge.
  3. Boil the diced potatoes for 5-6 minutes.
    While potatoes boil, slice leftover steak into strips and set aside.
  4. Remove potatoes from boil and drain.
  5. Heat an oven-safe skillet to medium-high heat, add a tbsp. of butter or oil to pan and sauté vegetables until slightly soft. Add potatoes and seasonings of choice and cook for another few minutes.
  6. Create pockets in hash mixture until you can see the bottom of the skillet and crack eggs into each pocket (1 per person).
  7. Add steak slices to top of pan and place entire skillet in the oven for 7-10 minutes.
    Remove from oven and serve!

Enjoy Steak from Ruth’s Chris for Any Meal of the Week

Ruth’s Chris steak is the perfect choice for your next meal. Our corn-fed, custom-aged midwestern beef is cooked at 1,800 degrees to help lock in flavor and served on a sizzling plate to keep it warm throughout your meal. Visit one of our steakhouse restaurants near you for a luxury dining experience; make a reservation today.