Sometimes there's nothing better than a well-seasoned steak. Espelette chili is a small and flavorful chili pepper from the South of France. Recipe with step by step guidelines to cook the perfect steak!
When it comes to steak, I usually just want a good grilled rib eye with just a pinch of salt on it. Not so with this tasty steak salad. The marinade for the steak imparts incredible flavor, so to me, the salad is simply a bonus on top of an amazing steak dish.
While leftovers are a rare occurrence in our house, we do love utilizing them for breakfast the next morning when we have them. Here is a great way to make use of leftover steak, or a great excuse to throw an extra steak on the grill next time you’re cooking out!
Making a meal gluten free can be simple and delicious! All you need are the right ingredients. Our favorite “fit and healthy” recipe trick is to use gluten free pizza crust to create a delicious steak and salad flatbread. It’s simple, effortless, and ready in 15 minutes.
This pan seared steak is part of our regular dinner rotation because its easy to make using a cast iron pan versus the grill and comes out perfectly medium rare and juicy. A dry rub of salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder and paprika gives the steak great flavor and I finish it with a garlic rosemary butter sauce mixed with the pan drippings. Move over A1!
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These skewers bring unique flavors to classic grilled steak. Cinnamon is a great pairing with beef, albeit underutilized. The addition of curry and ginger give this dish a warm and slightly tangy flavor.
I came up with this recipe when 3/4 of my kiddos brought home the sniffles shortly after school started in September. For dinner one night, I had planned to make stir-fry with some minutes steaks that were thawed in the fridge and a head of Napa cabbage that needed to be used up ASAP, but I also wanted to keep bone broth-loading everyone. So, Steak Stir-Fry Soup it was!
Substitute/omit/add ingredients depending on which meats and veggies you enjoy in your stir-fry and how chunky you like your soup.
Packing quite the spicy kick, this recipe utilizes all the traditional seasonings of fajitas with cumin, chipotle, lime juice, and garlic. This recipe is so delicious you won't even notice the absence of a tortilla!
The easiest way to add new flavors to salads, is to combine roasted vegetables with raw ones. Here, grilled asparagus and seared flank steak are combined with fresh spring greens, adding a whole variety of textures to the dish.