The jou alone is worth 5 stars. Like other reviewers I didn't have the rack issue, I just kept the potatoes on one rack and kept an eye on them.
The jou was delicious, can easily compensate for lesser quality meat. Easy to make for a weeknight meal. Kids loved it too.
As others stated, it's unclear why the need for special oven rack positions when only one pan goes into the oven.
I THINK the recipe expects that your potatoes will take two baking sheets. Put one on the top rack and one on the bottom rack. Switch the positions halfway through baking. If your potatoes all fit on one sheet, I guess you can still switch the position halfway through to keep the timing right.
This made for a delicious Valentine's day dinner. The fries were perfectly crispy and the sauce was divine!
I made this as is except had to increase the time the sirloin cooked due to it's thickness. Excellent taste, however personally I would cut the salt by half.
One of my favorites! I do prefer rice instead of the potatoes (although the potatoes are very good) to absorb the reduction sauce. Can use one large steak and cut in half for a meal for two. Company worthy!
This is delicious! We have had it twice in two weeks. Everyone, including my 4 year old, loves it. We use venison rather than beef but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. This would be a nice, quick dish for company as well. We will add this to our favorites!
Great recipe! Defintiely husband-friendly. It doesn't say this, but make sure you first spray the cookie sheet with cooking spray; I had a problem with the potatoes sticking. The recipe also specifies at the beginning that you should put one oven rack at the very top and one at the bottom but never says why. I used the bottom rack for the potatoes, rationalizing that the heat coming directly from the heating element would crisp them.